ADVENTURE RZR XP 900
watts, so in most conditions, it’s good
for several miles; in flat areas, over 10
miles is normal.
—Adding a fuse panel under the
hood is a much cleaner and safer
way to run electrical accessories than
running individual wires back to the
battery. We pulled eight-gauge wires
from the battery up to the block.
—A rearview mirror is essential for
off-road trails, and Pure Polaris offers
a multi-view mirror that clips onto the
stock cage. It worked just as well on
the Pro Armor cage.
—Ruger 10/22 Takedown.
You need to be responsible for
yourself in all situations, and having
a catastrophic problem with a
mechanical piece of equipment is
always a possibility. We travel up
to 60 miles from our camp in areas
with no cell reception. That would be
a long walk. So being able to hike
out safely and possibly needing to
protect yourself or feed yourself in
the outdoors is a reality. The Ruger
10/22 Takedown is a cool addition.
It comes with a very nice pack that
holds the Ruger, along with a couple
of pockets that can hold ammo along
with room for other things. The pack
stays perfectly upright between the XP
— We picked up a Tusk Cab
storage pack, which hangs from the
roll cage and drops down between the
seats. It’s a very handy pack to hold
stuff, and it covers the 10/22 pack.
— Tusk map carrier. Tusk offers lots
of cool RZR packs and the Map carrier
is a great addition. It straps onto the
door, holds maps and other essentials,
and it actually makes for nice padding
for the co-driver’s leg.
ON THE TRAIL
We have put several hundred miles
on the Adventure XP 900 in rough,
rugged terrain throughout the Sierras
and high desert. We’re happy with
the add-ons and have come up with
a list of upgrades that are still needed.
We’ve destroyed the stock bottom
skid, bent an A-arm and have worked
out more upgrades necessary to do
what we do with the car. We’ll be
making some upgrades and have
more cool stuff on the way. q
With the cooler, tent and camping gear in the small RZR bed, storage in the cabin is scarce,
so the Pro Armor doors carry tools, spares and much more.
Asylum XP 900 roll cage: $1700
Asylum XP 900 roll cage roof: 350
RZR doors: $650
Baja pre-runner bumper: $300
Pro Armor 4-point 3” harness: $120/
RRP660 2-place intercom w/ Vertex
50W radio: $1200
Bighorn 26 inch 8-ply: $880 set of 4
Overhead map bag: $40
XP 900 shatterproof mirror: $60
WHERE TO GET IT