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We stock a complete line of aftermarket parts and accessories for the Polaris RZR. The XP 1000 has impressive out of the box performance but we carry a complete line of parts to make this vehicle even better. From lift kits, complete suspension systems, body parts, bumpers, skid plates and more we have all the parts you need for your RZR.
Right off of the dealership’s showroom floor the Polaris RZR XP 1000 is an insanely capable machine. But there are several aftermarket upgrades available that can make them even better. Here we will outline what we think are the best upgrades available now to improve your machine even further. Instead of narrowing it down to the best brands available we will instead focus on the most popular XP 1000 upgrades, starting off with the ones we feel are the most important.
Top 10 Best Polaris RZR XP 1000 mods and upgrades for 2018
- Race Harnesses
- Rear View Mirrors
- Trail Tools & Spare Parts
- Recovery Gear
- Skid Plates
- Stereo System
- Factory Upgrade CVT Clutch Belt
- Aftermarket Roll Cage
- Off-Road Lights – LED Light Bars
- Higher Quality Off-Road Tires Specific to your terrain.
- Stronger Aftermarket Wheel Studs
- Aftermarket Seats
- Exhaust System
- Fuel Controller
- Cargo Racks and Storage Boxes
Aftermarket Race Harnesses / Safety Belts.
We believe any off roader should invest in a quality set of aftermarket 4 point harnesses for ther RZR XP 1000. The factory seat belt simply does not properly contain occupants in the event of a rollover or accident. Also another good idea for unexperienced passengers is a set of arm restraints. These strap to the harnesses and in the event of a rollover keeps the passengers arms inside of the vehicle.
Aftermarket Full or Half Windshield
If your RZR did not come with a factory windshield these are a nice addition that makes trail riding more enjoyable. A half windshield is a good option for if you want it more open but also want air flow at high speeds deflected up and over your head so it’s easier to see. We also have full windshields. These offer the most protection but keep in mind that one issue with running just a front windshield is that it creates a back draft situation where air is sucked into the cab from the sides at speed. This can be lessened greatly by adding a cab back cover.
Rear View Mirrors
Adding a set of rear view side mirrors to your RZR XP 1000 is a nice addition because they come in handy when trail riding by being able to more easily see behind you. We recommend finding a quality set of RZR XP 1000 rear view mirrors that are convex. The ones with just flat glass do not display a lot, and feels like you are trying to view what’s behind your RZR through a small porthole. A center mounted rear view mirror is also nice to have. We recommend the 9” panoramic rear view mirror we carry in our store.
Spare Parts & Basic Trail Tools
One very wise investment to your new RZR XP 1000 is to carry some basic spare parts such as a clutch belt and air filter. Also get a gear bag together with basic tools you may need to do trail repairs. Make sure to have a lug wrench and if possible a good off-road jack. There are now a few very good jack options for your Polaris RZR. Hi-Lift jacks and various types of bottle jacks never worked great on a UTV. With a hi-lift there is not really a good place to hook on, and even more so with bottle type jacks they can be very unsafe in off camber situations with unlevel ground. Two very good off-road jack options for your Polaris RZR is an air jack, which is a nylon type bag you insert under your RZR and run off an air compressor to raise it. Another new kind of jack for your RZR is one that is made to connect to the lower shock bolts on your front and rear suspension a-arms or trailing arms. Also make sure to carry a spare tire, and a secure way to carry it. You never know when you will need it. Other spare parts some of the more serious preppers among is include parts such as axle shafts, cv joints, hubs and wheel studs.
Having the basics in recovery gear is always a good idea. If riding with a friend you don’t always need a winch to get out of a bind. But it is always a good idea to have a good nylon recovery strap and some secure tow points front and rear. We recommend at least 15 ft of strap and some shackles to secure it at each end. We strongly do not recommend using a chain or the nylon tow straps with hooks at each end. If adding a winch to the front of your RZR there are several aftermarket winch mount options that will work with your factory bumper or you can go with a factory replacement full winch bumper. For winch rope we recommend synthetic over steal. It is much easier to handle than steel cable. If dragged over sharp edges both cable types will start to fray, but we’ve found synthetic cable holds up and lasts a lot longer if properly taken care of.
Another aftermarket part RZR XP 1000 owners for is a set of quality skid plates. The factory plastic skid plates simply do not hold up over time. There are aftermarket RZR XP 1000 skid plates in 2 main options, aluminum and UHMW. There are not too many steel skid plate options mainly because of the weight. We prefer the UHMW skid plates over the aluminum. Both will gouge and get scrapes if dragged over rocks and sharp stumps but the UHMW material will glide over the obstacle a lot easier.
Set of Full Doors or Lower Half-Door Inserts
The factory RZR XP 1000 doors work great for their main function of keeping occupants arms and legs inside of the vehicle and protected from branches and trees. However they do not do a great job of keeping the dirt and mud out. Many RZR owners opt for upgrading to a set aftermarket doors that provide full protection. Another more economical option is to go with a lower door panel kit available from several manufacturers.
Last but not least let’s not forget the tunes! Adding a sound system to your RZR XP 1000 is a great way to add even more enjoyment to your offroad experience by being able to enjoy your favorite music. Instead of bothering with a full head unit with a cd player, most RZR owners opt for a more simple Bluetooth receiver along with speaker pods that are self amplified. Everyone seems to have all their music on their phones these days so it makes a lot of sense, and self amplified speakers make mounting and installation a lot easier.