HCR Racing has unveiled long travel suspension kits for the Kawasaki Teryx 4 and Polaris Ranger RZR XP 4 900.
The Teryx 4 long travel kit retails for $3,999 and comes with King 2.0 reservoir shocks, two-inches longer wheelbase, and more than 14 inches of suspension travel.
HCR Racing’s RZR XP 4 900 retails for $5,999 and features King 2.5 reservoir shocks, boxed arched radius rods, more than 17 inches of suspension travel, high clearance boxed front A-arms, and four-inches longer wheelbase.
For more information, visit HCRRacing.com.
According to LTI, the long travel kit for the Teryx4 ($4,995) is 100 percent bolt on and requires no drilling or modification to the vehicle. The boxed arms are constructed of 4130 Chromoly plate and fully TIG welded to create what LTI calls the toughest A-Arm on the market. The arms feature 7/8″ spherical bearings with stainless steel tapered pins to increase the strength and durability of the suspension on the Teryx4.
The off-road rumor mill is constantly churning and though most of it is no better than pure rubbish, once in a while something stands out from the crowd. The latest unfounded tidbit – a four-seat Kawasaki Teryx – piqued our interest .
A couple of things about this rumor intrigued us. First, we’ve seen a number of links to a “Teryx 4 Territory” stickers showing up on off-road forums lately. While we have no idea who has been creating these (Kawasaki or some enterprising UTV enthusiast), where it gets interesting is that Kawasaki seems to have tried to get a vehicle called the “Teryx 4” certified with the California Environmental Protection Agency – Air Services Board. You can see the entire certification form here – but we’ve made a screen grab for your viewing pleasure.