DragonFire Racing Releases Billet Shifter Kits
Always on the cutting edge of UTV accessories, DragonFire Racing has officially released a line of billet shifter kits for the Polaris RZR family. CNC-machined from solid billet aluminum, the new Girder and Aero style shifters look fantastic and offer the much-desired combination of light weight and strength.
“Frankly, we were amazed at the response something as simple as a shift knob elicited from dealers when we offered a sneak peek at the Dealer Expo back in February,” says DragonFire GM Scott Highland. “We had to accelerate production to make them available in time for riding season.”
Designed as a direct replacement for the OE shifter, DragonFire’s kits bolt right into the stock location. In addition to the obvious cosmetic improvement, DragonFire says the zinc-plated steel linkage will outlast stock components. Multiple styles of shift knobs and shafts, including contrast cuts in the black anodized finish, means you can personalize your Polaris cockpit virtually any way you want. Shift knobs and shafts are also available separately.
Girder & Aero shaft styles to choose from
Ultra Light & Contrast Cut shift knob choices
Light weight CNC billet construction
Zinc-plated shift linkages for longevity and years of precise shifting
Sold as a complete kit
Black anodized for style
Girder Shifter Kit – (DFR-2BRSS1) $102.99
Aero Shifter Kit – (DFR-2BRSS2) $102.99
Ultra Light Knob – (DFR-2BRSK2) $60.99
Contrast Knob – (DFR-2BRSK1) $41.99
Visit DragonFireRacing.com for more information.
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