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Hey everyone, thought I would stop on by and share with you some of the work I have been doing on my new Kawasaki Teryx. I told myself I would keep it stock, well that managed to last a week or so. So far, here is what has been done on my Teryx:

  • Rigid Industries Radius Cage
  • Canvas top (not pictured)
  • Cooler Rack
  • JP Cooler
  • PRP Front & Rear Seats
  • NightOwl HIDs HID Conversion
  • Holder LED Lightbar
  • aFe Intake
  • Dynatek Ignition Module
  • Crow Enterprizes 3" Restraints
  • Trail Tech Vapor Computer
  • Tantrum Motorsports Billet Wheel Spacers
  • Tantrum Motorsports Billet Mirror
  • Tantrum Motorsports Billet LED Plate Bracket

Products Awaiting Shipping:

  • Muzzys Performance Dual Exhaust
  • LED Whip
  • PPF Front Bumper
  • PPF Radiator Shrouds
  • Custom Creations Rear Bumper

Future Build Plans:

  • Long Travel Kit
  • Wheels & Tires
  • Doors
  • New body kit
  • Stereo
  • Fuel Gauge
  • Aluminum roof

Here are a few pics, forgive the dirt :)

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Click For more detailed pics, information, and write-ups on the products I am installing.

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