The Jagged X cage also offers more
protection, and the LE seats are more
comfortable. Jumping the Jagged X is
more predictable because of the extra
weight and wheelbase ( 21. 6 inches).
WHO RULES IN ROCKS?
The short wheelbase rules the rocks.
The lighter and shorter Walker Evans
LE is more agile in boulder fields and
turns much tighter. The extra length
and weight of the Jagged X LE make
it more of a handful, and the long
wheelbase high-centers more easily in
the rocks, as it does on dune peaks.
HOW ABOUT BRAKING POWER?
Although the Jagged X has twin-
piston calipers on all four wheels
while the Walker Evans and all short-
wheelbase RZR XPs have single-puck
rear calipers, the lighter machine stops
quicker. Both suffer from the lack
of all-time four-wheel drive on steep
Width is 64 inches on all RZR XP 900s, and front travel is 13. 5 inches. Both of these EPS LE 900s have shock springs painted to match
the graphics and seat treatments. If either radiator gets clogged with roost, the ignition goes into limp mode; put lady’s pantyhose over the
removable plastic grill.
The extended rear cage draws attention away from the dual-outlet exhaust. The only external indicator the Jagged X LE has is a high-output
upper end. The 26x12-12 Bighorns are wider than the ITP Bajacross meats on the Walker Evans LE, and utilizing the beadlocks on the Jagged
X make the rear footprint wider still.