This rig was built for Adam to unwind from the rigors of being a professional ATV
racer. Just like us, he finds great joy in driving his baby with his buddies on the off
weekends. The custom MM521 (McGill Mafia 521) logo by Loud Performance glows
green on this Blingstar bumper with the flip of a switch. The trusty Warn winch
will get this UTV out of almost any predicament.
roof and fire-extinguisher mount. The
radiator has been relocated from the
front of the rig to the rear of the cage
to keep it out of mud and harm’s way.
Since the radiator sits up higher, it will
receive better airflow and keep it performing the way it should.
The passenger also has comfort
with the Fasst Company Co-Pilot grab
bar. It is built like the Fasst Company
Flexx handlebar with elastomers that
reduce vibration and add some suspension to the rider’s upper body.
Streamline brake lines, DP brake pads
and DP rotors stop this rig in its tracks
in a hurry. Adam prefers the stock
exhaust while trail riding or in the mud,
since some aftermarket exhausts can
be annoying while driving over a long
period of time. A friend of Adam, Tyler
King, ended up porting the cylinder
head to give it a little extra horsepower
and driveability. Another upgrade for
the powerplant are bored throttle bodies from Loud Performance and a Twin
Air air filter. A trusty Rigid light bar
sits on top of the cage, giving a clear
path in low-light conditions. Of course,
last but not least, the trusty Yeti cooler
can be seen in the back whenever this
machine is on the trail carrying their
drinks for the day.
Fasst Company’s Co-Pilot grab bar gives the passenger some much-needed
comfort, especially when McGill is driving! That custom Michelob Light gear shifter
is Adam’s favorite part.