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Kombustion RZR XP4 1000

Polaris RZR XP4 1000
Kombustion Motorsports RZR  XP4 1000

Polaris RZR XP 4 1000

Countless hours, tireless efforts, but at some point its not just about the machine. At some point its aboutthe dirt in your teeth after a day on the trails at UTV jamboree. It can also be about the warmth on your skinin the heat of the Moab sun during Rally on the Rocks. Its about the sand in your shoe after hours of ridingthe ‘big dunes’. This summer the Avenger really shined at our favorite event of the year, UTV invasion. Thefollowing pictures reflect the beast in its natural habitat but can never fully reflect the blood, sweat, andtears that made it all happen, or the pure joy that is brought on from behind the wheel.

Polaris RZR XP 4 1000

The First Avenger RZR” is s 2015 Polaris RZR XP4 1000, this multi purpose sand beast is a dream ride forthe crew over at Kombustion. This beast handles all that scenic Utah dishes out – sandy dunes, rocky trailsand slick red rocks. Long before you notice the insane turbo and the killer long travel kit, you are gonnanotice this ride coming from a mile away. The curb appeal of The Avenger gets the looks! The first thingto catch your eye is the custom wrap designed by Kombustion Motorsports. Unique and flashy, it’s hard tomiss. All Kombustion wraps are produced using a high quality 3M UV resistant laminate vinyl that handlesanything mother nature throws at it and still shines. The fastback cage, manufactured by Vent racing has abuilt in bumper to extend all the way to the rear differential. Rebel Style Customs added their super cleanlooking front bumper. Pro Armor equipped the car with doors and comfortable G2 bucket seats up front anda large G2 bench seat in back, along with some 3” 4 point harnesses. Rogue Off Road supplied the custommesh hood and grill. Assault UTV put up their Bomber Series side view mirrors, cage mounted quickrelease fire extinguisher, Hell Fire shift knob, quick release Tomahawk series steering wheel, a customcolored odometer bezel and sway bar links. Armor Coatings, based in Salt Lake City Utah is responsible forthe Avenger theme – vibrant blue, red and silver candy style powder coatings. If you are watching theAvenger climbing the red rocks in Moab, you are sure to notice the Trail Armor ½ UHMW custom-coloredblue skid plate with integrated rock sliders. For the trails and the rocks MSA Wheels supplied the M21 14”beadlock wheels along with their 31”x10” Motohammer EFX tires. For the sand GMZ supplied us withtheir 15” Casino beadlocks, 15×8 in the front and 15×10 in the rear, along with a Sand Stripper XL 30” tirepackage. The Avenger lights up the night with the help of Heretic Studios’ custom headlights and a 40”curved light bar from their Wraith series. This light bar features custom colored silver bezels at 10”increments and is 100% American-made. All of these distinctive features make the Avenger impossible toignore!

Polaris RZR XP4 100-

So what makes the Avenger tick MCX supplied the 10 psi turbo kit that includes their own tuning solution,a head shim to reduce compression, air to air intercooler and a Mitsubishi OEM turbocharger. Trinity racingbeefed things up with a 2015 slip on dual muffler system. ZBROZ racing performed a complete shock andspring overhaul that includes new front pistons and dual rate front and rear springs. NXS Designs added acomplete 7”+ tubular style long travel kit that includes patented spherical heim joint for the front A-arms.GFORCE racing added belt protection with their patented glide tool that installs in the shroud where thebelt grinds on it to prolong belt life. R2c supplied us with their synthetic fiber filter that filters .3 micronsand is completely washable and reusable.

Turbocharged Polaris RZR XP4 1000

A few items that round out the styling of The Avenger include, from Super ATV, a cargo box for the bed, a4500lb winch that includes a nice grill and wireless remote control, and a winch accessory kit. ABFcontributed their customized switch panel with a switch for each additional light component as well as acustom-colored switch plate for the dash, creating seamless interior styling. Safeglo added quick release 4’LED whips that keep The Avenger visible while rolling over dunes on night rides.

Turbocharged Polaris RZR XP4 1000

Last but not least is the powerful sound system. SSV Works supplied The Avenger with a Bluetooth mediaremote, a custom front 6.5” speaker kick panels and a 10” glove box subwoofer enclosure. Kickersupported the build with 6.5” rear tower enclosures, a 900 watt 5 channel amplifier, an LED lit 10”subwoofer, and 4 LED lit 6.5” coaxial speakers with a remote control to change the colors. This soundsystem was installed by Kombustion Motorsports professionals who have 20 years of sound systeminstallation experience.

Polaris RZR XP4 1000


  • 2014 Polaris RZR XP 4 1000 – SSS Polaris
  • Vent Racing – Cage, Windshield
  • MCX – Turbo kit
  • Rebel Style Customs- Bumper
  • Pro Armor – Doors, Seats and harnesses
  • Assault UTV – Mirrors, fire extinguisher mount, shift knob, steering wheel, dash bezel, sway bar links
  • Trail Armor – Skid Plate
  • NXS Designs – Long Travel
  • ZBROZ Racing – Shock re-valve and springs
  • Heretic Studios – Custom 40” curved Light bar and Headlights
  • Armor Coatings –  Custom Powder coating
  • MSA Wheels-14” bead lock wheels and 31” Moto Hammer tires
  • Rogue Off Road – Custom mesh hood and grill
  • Super ATV – Rear storage box, 4500 lbs winch and winch accessories kit
  • Kicker Audio – Speakers and amplifier
  • SSV Works – Audio Enclosures, Bluetooth remote
  • Trinity Racing – Exhaust System
  • GMZ – Sand Tires and Wheels
  • ABF Fabrication – Custom Switch plate
  • GFORCE racing – Belt glide
  • R2c Filters – Air filter
  • Safeglo – 4’ Whips

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