Garrett/Honeywell is one of the leading turbine manufacturers in the world. Asian-
made turbos are becoming more common, but it’s difficult to tell a well-made one
ter, EPI clutch parts, new head gasket
and all the mounting hardware.
If you want more, you can have it.
You can go up to 20 pounds of boost
if you replace the rods and pistons.
The next stage after that would be to
combine the turbo with more displace-
ment. Trinity has a big-bore kit that
pushes the displacement to 1100cc.
If you’re up to date on your RZR tech
knowledge, you probably know that
the stroke is the biggest difference
between the 900 and the 1000. That
might lead you to the conclusion that
the 900’s big-bore kit (ending up at
1000cc) will bolt right on to the 1000
for another 100cc boost. Unfortunately,
that’s not the case. The 1000’s cylinders
are all new with different cooling jack-
ets, so Trinity had to design all-new
cylinders. Put it all together and you
have a 200-horsepower RZR!
We got together with Harry from
Trinity to experience a turbo RZR in a
fairly conservative form. It had the kit
with 10 pounds of boost but no other
engine modifications. Even in its mildest form, the Turbo Trinity RZR was a
white-knuckle ride that left us grinning