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2013 DragonFire Racing Dirty Fun Havers Photo Gallery
When driving the DragonFire Racing equipped Polaris RZR XP900 the rate of speed at which we were comfortable with was somewhere between WFO and OMFG.
Check out photos of Motorcycle USA's time in the Arizona Desert with two DragonFire-built Polaris RZR XP-series side-by-sides in the 2013 DragonFire Racing Dirty Fun Havers photo gallery.
The Rock Solid series from DragonFire draws inspiration from the aftermarket accessories made popular by big-lifted four-wheel drive truck owners. They are heavy-duty, durable and intended to make the RZR look even tougher.
One of the most conspicuous components on the Rock Solid XP4 is the Safari Rack. This system is designed to be easily installed or removed and is a piece of hardware that will make your XP4 ready to tackle any adventure.
One of the features about the XP4 car you might not notice from the pictures is the added suspension clearance and the excellent suspension performance offered by the Elka-designed shocks.
When it comes to winning races, DragonFire Racing knows how to get it done. With a win in the Baja 1000 and multiple SCORE series victories under its belt, DFR proves that they race what they build.
The XP900 test RZR featured a HiBoy and a LoBoy door so we could experience the difference. The majority of our crew prefers the higher doors because of the added security. Either way, the latch mechanism and build quality have made these some of the most popular doors on the market.
DragonFire Racing performance upgrades like the dual exhaust are simple to install, shed some weight from the back of the RZR and look bad-ass.
Over sand washes and up rocky hill climbs, DragonFire Racing's Race Pace XP900 and Rock Solid XP4 UTVs never missed a beat.
DragonFire Racing's Rock Solid XP4 was built specifically for Outdoor Network's Destination Polaris TV show.
Some impressive Rock Solid series components included the Safari Rack, Back Bone rear support bars and Spare Tire Carrier.
The Race Pace XP was nimble, light, fast and fun.
Aftermarket UTV parts are becoming more readily available as popularity in the sport grows. DragonFire Racing has embraced the Polaris RZR line and offers some awesome products.
Here at MotoUSA we have caught the UTV-bug and plan to do a series of Polaris XP4 Project builds in 2014, with the help of DragonFire Racing.
Ken Benson's DFR built WORCS UTV.
DragonFire Racing has loads of aftermarket accessories for the UTV enthusiast.
The High Back seats and DFR belts provided a safe, comfortable ride.
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