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S3 Powersports “Show Stopper” RZR XP 1000

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S3 Powersports “Show Stopper” RZR XP 1000

S3 Powersports "Show Stopper" RZR XP 1000
Show Stopper

The “Show Stopper” XP 1000 is owned by Dustin Jones from S3 Power Sports. S3 Power Sports has been in business since 2011 and focuses on building customized UTVs for its customers. Most of their customer builds revolve around mud riding and racing, but this is Dustin’s personal car. The “Show Stopper” started out as a 2014 Polaris RZR XP 1000 and the boys at S3 went to town making it into a serious mud machine!

First up was to give it some altitude (and attitude) so they installed an 8-inch S3 lift kit. Then they added full custom cage and a big front bumper that houses a 5,000 lbs Viper winch. And of course a full S3 snorkel system so the XP 1000 can go deep in the mud.

Rolling through the mud is handled by a set of 34″ Superior Traction tires mounted on MSA M22 Enduro wheels. Then Gorilla Axles connect up the wheels to the differentials.

Out back, they have a Muzzys Performance dual exhaust and in the cab a couple of customized Pro Armor seats. And a full sound system was designed and installed by Wet Sounds.

To finish it all off, the suspension, cage and bumper were powder coated by Advanced Powder Coatings, and then the body was painted by SJ Solutions.

The Show Stopper XP 1000 appeared on the TV Show “Destination Polaris” in April 2014.

Take a look and we think you will agree that Dustin has built a “Show Stopper” of a RZR.

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