All of the components back here have been improved for
strength, except the exhaust. The trailing arms, radius rods and
sway bar mounts have been beefed up because they can fail.
Along with Assault rear-view mirrors, the car was equipped
with an equally impressive steering wheel featuring a push-to-talk button for the PCI communication system.
The Beard seats and seat belts add comfort and safety to the car for all passengers.
The tubes running down the two front seats are hoses of filtered air from PCI that
gets plugged into the driver’s helmet.
The four suicide-opening doors are
pretty trick on this machine. Thanks to
Magnum Off-Road, you can’t even tell
that the doors open when it’s sitting
there parked. The rear wraparound
bumper is a nice touch to protect the
dual Trinity mufflers.
this build has a host of useful products
from a company called Shock Therapy.
Inside the Walker Evan shocks, Shock
Therapy did their complete re-valve
for $750. Before the re-valve, the rear
shocks were upgraded to the 2.5-inch
bodies, which that car desperately
needs if you plan on carrying passengers. That upgrade runs $1,359
for the pair. Also, at the rear end
Shock Therapy dual-rate springs were
added with adjustable crossover rings
for $1050. To help suspension action
in the rear even more, a sway bar
kit ($550) was added, along with very
important sway bar frame supports
($199). These supports bolt in place
using the motor mounting points and
the stock sway bar mounting points to
tie the whole thing together. Sway bar
mounts have been known to separate
from the frame, especially if you get
away from using the stock sway bar.
Up front some strengthening was done
in the form of a $245 Racer Tech front
A-arm brace and a set of heavy-duty
replacement tie-rods for $265.
Now that Streamline and Trinity
Racing are under one roof, it’s a perfect marriage of added horsepower and better stopping power. You
shouldn’t have one without the other.
For this RZR, oversized rotors were
bolted on all four corners for $543,
along with sintered brake pads at
$115. A custom steel-braided brake-line kit was also used at both ends for
a total price of $180.
On the power side of things, a
full-exhaust system wasn’t over-