The newest version of the RZR chassis, the RZR XP 900, also features a major re-think of the rear suspension.
Instead of double A-arms out back there’s a unique 3-link rear suspension that uses a set of trailing arms and double radius rods on each side to offer up a mind-bending 14-inches of rear travel.
This move was necessitated by consumers wanting more travel for the off-road icon RZR without sacrificing big-bump handling due to wild camber changes from the old A-arm suspension when ground clearance and travel was increased to beyond-maximum levels.
This set-up is a near-mirror image of what is used on pre-runner vehicles and off-road racers.
Polaris didn’t skimp on the shocks, either. Fox Podium X 2.0 gas shocks are used front and rear and these shocks offer adjustable compression damping and remote reservoirs.
Hey, no need to upgrade here before you go racing.