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Polaris UTV SxS Forum

This is for all of you Polaris UTV, SxS (Side by Side) owners. Discussions about Polaris UTV specific topics including RZR, Ranger, General and Ace models.

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  1. RZR VIDEOS

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  2. Polaris professional utv

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  3. 2015 Polaris RZR s900 Muffler Swap

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  4. 2016 RZR 900s

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  5. Rzr 800 parts

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  • Latest Posts

    • So I've been chasing this leak for a year or so. It'll leave a few drops underneath the front end. Right on the concrete where it's parked when not in use. Nothing bad, but it's been getting worse.  So with some time on my hands today, I decided to solve this once and for all. So I spent a couple hours removing the front grille. To get everything fully exposed. Before, I was having to blindly reach into cracks, and tiny holes to tighten clamps. This thing is sealed up pretty tight.  Removing the front grille is a tedious process. Where there's several things that have to be removed, to expose the bolts to remove what you need to actually get to. 
    • i've never seen a connector that needed a special tool to release them, a flat head screw driver usually works.
    • OK I called Massimo Tech service.  It is as I thought but I don't like it.  There is a hex nut at the bottom of the dipstick. You have to remove the entire dipstick to fill wit oil. Not a smart setup. It takes about 1.4 QT. of 10W30.
    • Any suggestions to remove the primary clutch without purchasing the manufacturer's tool?
    • Where can I get a tool to release the connectors or pins  on my Bennche Hisun ? I'm sure they are on Amazon or EBay but don't know what size. My machine was flooded and I want to clean the connectors


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