To keep all that power flowing to
the dirt reliably, Polaris beefed up the
driveline and the brakes. This model
features three-piston front-brake cali-
pers and thicker stainless steel rotors
on all four corners. The Turbo fea-
tures Fox Podium shocks with 7/8-
inch shafts at both ends and a front
sway bar as standard equipment.
About the only thing noticeably dif-
ferent when looking at a Turbo RZR is
the aggressive hood scoop. The scoop
directs air into the oil cooler and
radiator. The whole cooling system
is a lot more complex on this model.
The flow of turbo-forced intake air is
cooled before it enters the intake sys-
Below that new front hood scoop is a
larger radiator for the Turbo, as well as
an engine radiator. The scoop actually
forces air into that second radiator.
The engine compartment is noticeably
different at the rear of the Turbo RZR.
You can see a larger head pipe and lots
of heat shielding to keep the shock and
Like the Fox-version RZR in 2015, the Turbo RZR also has a
front sway bar. It helps reduce body roll. The shock has 16
inches of travel and is compression adjustable.
Although we like the stock bucket seats in the RZR Turbo,
aftermarket seats are one of the most popular add-on items.
We think a roof is necessary and installed an EMP product.