So far we’re really impressed with the DYNAMIX suspension offered on several RZR models, particularly the all-new RZR 1000 Turbo S.
This techy masterpiece has evolved performance to a new level delivering arguably the smoothest ride in the pure sport SxS category.
Being the curious minds we are, we have to wonder if Polaris engineers are already testing out variations of DYNAMIX specifically for the Polaris Scrambler.
This makes sense as the Scrambler XP1K sits at the pinnacle of Polaris’ 4WD Sport Performance ATV lineup and riders could totally benefit from a DYNAMIX equipped Scrambler.
If you haven’t already heard, DYNAMIX continuously adapts suspension by offering on-the-fly shock tuning hundreds of times per second.
Imagine pinning the throttle of your Scrambler XP1K and ripping down the gnarliest terrain while DYNAMIX adjusts compression damping automatically to deliver the smoothest ride ever.
DYNAMIX also combats body roll by immediately compensating the outside shocks to keep the vehicle level as you navigate sharp corners.
It also recognizes when the ATV is airborne and detects the shocks’ full rebound then compensates to full hard to deliver the smoothest landing before retuning to your preset level. No need to to make manual adjustments before taking your Scrambler out on the track for some airtime.
Without question, a sport performance 4-wheeler would benefit from it but theres the obvious challenge of nailing the sweet spot between any increase in weight vs. the performance gain – and then there’s cost.
We think this could be a winner and knowing the progressive nature of Polaris, we‘d bet the mortgage this one’s already being tested.