The XP Turbo gets a new head gasket to deal with the added boost
and power output, and the CVT is completely reworked with a thicker
belt, more efficient cooling ducts, and all-new weights, springs, helix
Polaris actually had to widen the front section of the frame to fit a
wider, larger radiator, and the intercooler radiator got wider and shorter
to get more clean, cool air to the engine radiator. The XP Turbo has a
wider fascia, larger grill and a new variable-speed brushless cooling fan.
Long rear trailing arms and Fox 3.0 remote-reservoir IBP shocks with five
compression-damping zones produce 18 inches of high-quality travel. The rear
torsion bar has been re-tuned as well, and the power increase will easily turn larger
tires than the OEM 29-inch Bighorn 2.0s.
New front rotors are
squeezed by triple-puck
calipers, and the Fox 2. 5 IBP piggyback front
shocks have been re-tuned for a plusher ride with
improved bottoming resistance. Six LED headlights
improve night rides.