No need to sell but I do have other projects on the radar ….

$18k firm … here is the build sheet …

Chassis/body:
Cheek Motorsports ’09 RZR S 7in stretch with a lot of customization
Gussets front and rear as well as tube inserts and other additional frame support
Custom cage
Custom Rear skid plate
Fullbore plastics
Custom metal dash panel
Firewall
Twisted Alloy modifications and upgrades
Proper chain clearance in rear
Stock RZR front and rear plastics

Engine
’07 1300cc Suzuki Hayabusa crate engine new at time of build
Only ~2,000 miles on engine
150HP and 90 torque at the wheels per dyno
6 speed
Stock Hayabusa ECU
Pair valve mod
APS head stud kit
Power Commander III with custom dyno tune by KMS Performance
Performance Fab custom intake velocity stacks
K&N filter with Uni pre-filter and Outerwear
FiveO Motorsports fuel injectors
Custom headers
Dual GYTR R6 carbon fiber exhaust cans
Proper vacuum line routing

Driveline:
2wd
Weller Racing bearing carrier and sprocket drive upgraded to sealed bearings
VW 930 CV’s type 2 inner and EMPI type 1 outers
Custom rear axles
UTV Inc billet hubs
EK ZZZ chain 66 link
Weller Racing 12 tooth front and 52 tooth rear
Wilwood hydraulic clutch
KSR billet sprocket cover
King sand seal kit
King case saver

Cooling:
RCC Electric water pump with billet adapter
RC’s billet water pump block off
Fluidyne oversized radiator in front
Billet Specialties 13in radiator overflow
Evans waterless coolant
HPS silicone coolant hoses
Thermostat gut modification
B&M oversized oil cooler relocated to front with steel braided lines
Voltage regulator front relocation

Fuel:
RCI three gallon fuel cell with bladder (allows 30 miles of duning)
Fuel cell foam
Walbro fuel pickup x3 in fuel cell
External fuel pump
Aeromotive external fuel filter with replaceable filters
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator with gauge and return line

Suspension:
Mafia Industries box long travel with modifications for CV clearance
Fox 2.0 shocks
LoneStar shock mount relocation towers
ITI rear sway bar

Wheels/Tires:
Hiper carbon fiber with billet aluminum center and bead locks
Front on 12×8
Rear on 12×10 STU Sandblaster Pro #2 in 26in
Aftermarket wheel bearings
Billet 1in wheel spacers in front

Interior:
Twisted Stitch custom Cheek Motorsports Seats
PRP five point seat belts
Custom steering wheel with quick disconnect
Custom shifter in place of stock gear selector
Custom clutch, brake, and gas pedals
Aftermarket OS bar powder coated black
Polaris cloth dash/OS storage bag
Stock RZR floor and center console plastics

Custom metal dash panel:
Stock Hayabusa gauge cluster flush mounted in dash
LongAcre sealed dash switches/panels
HealTech gear indicator with ATRE
Healt Tech SpeedHealer to correct the speedometer.
Battery disconnect switch
Push button start
Fan override switch

Lighting:
Heretic billet LED lights in place of stock RZR headlights
Lighted whip mount

Electrical:
Odyssey AGM battery
Stock Hayabusa wire harness done by Peter D Motorsports
GPS power wiring
Under dash interior lighting
Battery tender charge cable
Brake pressure switch and wiring for functional Polaris taillights
Stinger SVMR voltage monitor
Electrical stuff installed in a sealed Otter Box
Professional installation of accessories
Proper grounding
Proper use of relays where necessary

Misc:
Axia Alloys mirrors
Otterbox sealed storage x2 in rear (stores small items)
Outerwear for crank filer

All bugs worked out of this. Three full seasons of use and 1200 miles of duning. Some markings on plastics but nothing that stops it from getting a ton of attention. Never been on its side or stuffed. 100 MPH+ capable. Tons of torque so can it lug it through the soft tight stuff easily yet screems to 11,000 RPM redline too … best of both worlds. Very common street bike engine with a huge
following so lots of good support and parts if you ever need it. Never broke a chain or had any chain issues … why mess with trying to figure out a CVT clutch and braking belts etc in other big power side by side transplants … plus you actually get to
shift and use the power how you want to.

Been really enjoying this ride for a while now and still tough to potentially let her go …

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