Suspension travel up front on the Polaris is 12. 25 inches controlled through dual A-arms with a Fox 2.0 Podium coil-over
shock. Each coil-over is preload, compression and rebound
Dual A-arms in the rear of the Wildcat cycle a smooth 12. 6
inches of travel through a single Elka Stage 5 dual-rate coil
shock at each corner. Each shock is rebound, preload, high-and low-speed compression adjustable to fine-tune the ride.
The Wildcat also has dual A-arms cycling 12. 2 inches of travel dampened by Elka Stage 5 coil-over shocks that feature
rebound and high- and low-speed compression adjustments.
At the rear of the RZR S 900 you will find a Fox Podium 2.0
dual-rate coil-over shock with preload, compression and
rebound adjustments between dual A-arms that cycle 13. 2
inches of travel.
Sport is 5. 6 inches longer than the
Polaris RZR S 900. Under the hood, the
Wildcat Sport is equipped with power
steering and a waterproof storage
box which can hold up to 20 pounds.
Other important numbers you want
to consider for hauling or transport-
ing are that the machine weighs a
claimed 1074 pounds dry, it’s 110 inch-
es long, 60 inches wide and 64. 3 inches
tall. Carlisle 26-inch-tall Trail Pro tires
are found at all four corners mounted
on 12-inch aluminum wheels.
POLARIS RZR S 900—$16,499
Polaris’ dominance of the UTV
world began with the introduction
of the RZR 800 in 2008. Aftermarket
companies quickly started develop-
ing long-travel kits and many other
bolt-on modifications, starting a very
popular industry. Polaris then added
more models to their line of RZRs, pro-
gressing each year. This new S 900
replaces the older version of the RZR