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    2015 Polaris RZR XP 1000

    Polaris has given the RZR XP 1000 and RZR XP 4 1000 a power boost for the 2015 model year. Each model now produces a claimed 110 horsepower – up from 107 horsepower when they were introduced last year.

    Read our 2014 Polaris RZR XP 1000 Review

    “As always, RZR has been the leader of recreational side-by-sides due to their ultimate combination of power, suspension and agility,” says Craig Scanlon, general manager of Polaris Side-by-Side Vehicles. “Even though we just launched the RZR XP 1000 and XP 4 1000 last year, we’re always looking to improve upon every aspect of our vehicles’ performance.”

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      PRP RZR 1000 Door Bag

      PRP Seats has introduced a new Door Bag with Knee Pad for the stock doors on the Polaris RZR XP 1000.

      PRP says the bags are easy to install – just remove and replace the stock Torx head screws. Bags offer a convenient place to store items like a cell phone or a water bottle, and thick foam pad is designed to protect the rider’s knees from hitting against the doors.

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        Cognito Motorsports Silver State 300

        Polaris RZRs dominated the Best in the Desert’s Silver State 300 in Nevada. Polaris Factory Racers Justin Lambert and Co-Driver Jeremiah in their Cognito Motorsports No. 1918 RZR XP 4 1000 took first, while Scott Kiger and Mark Holz earned second in their No. 1934 Coastal Racing RZR XP 1000, and Branden Sims and Tim Krauss finished third in their No, 1913 RZR.

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          William Yokley Big Buck GNCC

          Polaris Factory Racers William Yokley, John Yokley, and Scott Kiger, along with 30 other XC1 Modified Racers, took to the starting line at the Big Buck GNCC in Union, SC, the second of six UTV races on the GNCC calendar.

          When the dust settled, William Yokley, in his Polaris / Coastal / CST / National Guard / Yoshimura / Yokley Racing RZR XP 900, took the checkered flag with teammate Scott Kiger taking third. John Yokley, after finishing first at The Washington in his Big Country Powersports RZR 900, crossed the finish line in fourth. The win catapulted William Yokley into first place in the series standings, with teammates John Yokley and Scott Kiger in second and third.

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            Beau Baron WORCS

            WORCS Round 4 returned to Sand Hollow OHV area in Hurricane, Utah, and Polaris Factory Racers Beau Baron and Mitch Guthrie Jr. finished one/two in the Pro Class.

            Sand Hollow presents the racers with a different type of terrain from most of the other WORCS races. The six-mile, hour-long course travels through sand and sandstone and is one of the more scenic races in the series.

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