The DragonFire cage and spare tire
mount not only look trick, they are very
functional. If you want to start racing
your XP, a six-point roll cage like this
one is not only recommended, it’s
mandatory in some series.
Yoshimura is jumping into the UTV market head-on, using this trick RZR XP 900 to
develop parts for both the engine and chassis. Yoshimura has built some of the
fastest ATV motors in the past and plans on doing the same with UTVs.
The back of Yoshimura’s development machine has a pair of DragonFire Racing
high-ground-clearance link arms and a set of Race Tech shocks. The setup is plush
and forgiving, allowing the testers to spend days in the cockpit with no problems.
These air scoops force fresh air onto the XP’s intake system faster than when
the machine is in stock trim. A Yoshimura PIM- 2 fuel management helps regulate
fuel flow to mix with the added air to make more power.
These radiator scoops not only look
cool, they work. During the muddy
WORCS race we tested this engine in,
our driver did a lot of close racing and
was roosted on plenty. The louvers
deflected the mud perfectly, and we
had zero overheating issues.
The small wind deflector mounted on
top of the hood forces air up over the
driver, reducing fatigue without slowing
the machine down like a full windshield