accessories. There are four blanks for
accessory controls on the dash, and
the digital instrument pod is all new.
The Turbos also get upgraded
Fox 2. 5 front piggyback and 3.0 rear
remote-reservoir IBP shocks; the
Internal ByPass (IBP) shocks have
five compression zones with re-tuned
ports for a smooth ride on chop and
bottoming resistance as the piston
reaches the end of the compression
stroke. There is also a top-out control
at the end of the rebound stroke,
and the Fox shocks have 24-position
compression damping adjuster knobs
but still no cross-over rings for the
dual-rate springs. And last, the rear
torsion bar was re-tuned, and the front
brake rotors are now stainless steel.
HOW DOES COST COMPARE?
The 2017 RZR XP Turbo EPS is
$24,999, and the Maverick X3 X ds
is $24,999. The standard XP1K EPS
X3 Turbo Rs are $22,999, while
X3 X rs Turbos are $26,699. Arctic
Cat’s Wildcat 1000X RG Pro EPS
is $18,499, and the 1000X RG Pro
LTD is $19,499. The Speedwerx
supercharger kit is another $6000.
The ProStar 925’s stroke is almost identical to the X3’s triple
at 68mm, but the two pistons are 93mm and have 9.0:1
compression. Two 48mm EFI throttle bodies get forced-air
induction to feed the eight-valve head, and output is a claimed 168
horsepower— 14 horses more than the Can-Am.
The 900cc BRP triple has three 74mm pistons and a low 9.1:1
compression. Stroke is 67.9mm. A 46mm EFI throttle body and
Advanced Combustion Efficiency (ACE) heads get forced-air
induction via a Rotax turbocharger and a Donaldson airbox.