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THE D&P PERFORMANCE WILDCAT SPORT PROJECT

April 5, 2018 by  
Filed under Arctic Cat, Feature Articles, Textron Off Road

YEP, TURBOCHARGED 998cc While at the 2017 Rally on the Rocks event in Moab, Utah, we bumped into a custom built Arctic Cat Wildcat that caught our attention. This full custom Wildcat build was the brainchild of Dean Bulloch of D&P Performance. In 1978 Bulloch opened the doors on a high-performance snowmobile shop in Cedar […]

Assault Industries A-Bomb RZR Turbo

February 2, 2018 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, Polaris

We’ll admit it: sometimes we get a little jaded. We spend more time in RZR Turbos and Maverick X3s than we do in other, less expensive UTVs. Not to say that we don’t like the more affordable variants, but when it comes to building new showcase cars, this industry is set on “Kill.” Just one […]

Trinity Racing /Streamline Brakes Can-Am X3

December 13, 2017 by  
Filed under Can-Am, Feature Articles

Sometimes, a UTV is so pretty, you may have second thoughts about taking it out to beat it up in the dirt. Luckily, Paul Rivera from Streamline Brakes isn’t too worried about his gorgeous Can-Am Maverick X3. We caught up with Paul at his home near Rancho Cucamonga, California to go on an in-depth tour […]

What Would You Do To A Maverick?

December 7, 2014 by  
Filed under Can-Am, Feature Articles, First Look, Industry News

UTV Off-Road Magazine’s “Eliminator” When Can-Am challenged UTV Off-Road Magazine and four other media outlets to a build-off competition centered around their all-new turbocharged Maverick X ds, we were excited to showcase their new offering. The new 121hp Side-by-Side is an industry first, built for speed. To us, this kind of performance is perfect for […]

Unlock the Potential in your Shocks!

March 28, 2014 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, Polaris, Product Reviews, Tested

When it comes to shocks for our UTVs, we all want them to perform amazingly in every type of situation. Chances are if you own a UTV, you don’t just use it for one type of terrain. We typically take them out on trail rides where you encounter rocky or tree-rooted trails and generally travel […]

UTV Off-Road Magazine Project RZR XP4 900 Stage 1

February 4, 2013 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, Polaris

At the start of 2012, Polaris unveiled to the world the all-new RZR XP4 900 that would add a 115cc boost of power over the RZR4. They also upped the wheel travel to 13.5 inches, up from 12 inches in the front. The rear received the two-seat XP 3-link trailing arm suspension with 14” of […]

UTV Off-Road Magazine Project RZR XP4 900 Reveal

February 4, 2013 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, Polaris

In our last issue, we revealed the beginning of our Project RZR XP4 900 which included a full cage replacement, side panels and front bumper from TMW Off-Road. We also changed out our factory Liquid Silver body plastics with new black plastics from Pure Polaris to serve as a base color for our build. For […]

Big Brother Joins the Ride!

February 3, 2013 by  
Filed under Feature Articles

California’s AB1595, helmets, and the safety of UTV passengers When California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1595, which was supported unanimously by the California Legislature, it sparked a social media fire for UTV owners that would burn hotter than the August sun. Seemingly out of nowhere the California UTV picture drastically changed […]

2012 Polaris RZR XP4 900

June 5, 2012 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, First Drive, Polaris, Tested

The New Polaris RZR XP4 900, the way public transportation should be! It didn’t take long for the buzz to hit after Polaris launched the XP in January of last year. “When’s the 4-seater coming out?” is all we heard shortly after. In fact, it almost seemed that more people were interested in the four-seat […]

Warriors Forever!

May 6, 2012 by  
Filed under Feature Articles, Polaris

Polaris gives back to the three Veterans and the Wounded Warrior Project WORDS Don McNEILLY // PHOTOGRAPHY Don McNEILLY, Troy Merrifield, Wayne Davis On Saturday, Febuary 18, 2012, the day was just like any other day in the surrounding desert of Phoenix, AZ.  The morning air was crisp; the late morning sun created a halo glow […]

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