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Gary



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PostSubject: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 2nd 2013, 6:07 pm

what or whom do y'all suggest we buy from need a couple of more inches clearance
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 2nd 2013, 6:41 pm

RacerTech lifts are suppose to be the best ones as they supposedly put less stress on your CV joints. However , they are expensive. http://www.goracertech.com/rzr-2-lift-kit-s-model-w-o-sway-bar-link.html. I have a cheap Rubberdown style lift on mine that I got off of Ebay for around $30 and it has served me well and I have had no issues with CV joint breakage. Be aware, that on most of these lifts whether if its a racer tech or rubberdown, you will not get a true 2". Its usually around an inch to a little over an 1.5". And this is dependant on what shocks and springs you are using. If your using the stock springs, you aint gonna gain a whole lot. But it will be better than stock. Some people have different results.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 2nd 2013, 6:48 pm

I only got about an inch more clearance out of my 2" lift on mine and this is due to the fact that on the rear of mine I'm using Can Am DS450 KYB shocks. These shocks have a center to center distance thats about a 1/2" shorter than the stocks shocks. So I used the lift to compensate for the loss of clearance due to the shorter distance. Its worked out nicely and has a very good ride for a standard 50" RZR.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 2nd 2013, 10:59 pm

If you have stock springs, new SuperATV pieces will get your ride heigth back.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 3rd 2013, 3:00 am

I am looking at getting the Race Tech's lift it looks well designed and braced I started out with the super ATV lift and it lifted my RZR but after 30 minutes on the Hatfield McCoy trails the front of the lift folded like a taco epic fail cost me a whole days riding

race tech's front lift system is welded and gusseted together super ATV's on the other hand consist of two flimsy pieces of flat steel that rely on them being bolted together for their strength once they start getting worked they are about as strong as two wet noodles!

"let the cost of my mistake save you money"
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 3rd 2013, 4:36 am

Another vote for Racer Tech here, well designed, rugged and no problems on my S in 3 years of service with it.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 3rd 2013, 11:49 am

Finzup wrote:
If you have stock springs, new SuperATV pieces will get your ride heigth back.

I meant to say "buy their springs" not their lift kit. Sagging springs on the std. RZR reduce ride heigth and cause bottoming-out.
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 3rd 2013, 12:57 pm

thanks now have to do some serious looking and stay away from super atv which is what I was leaning toward .can't beat everybody's advice for being there before
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 rzr 800 2 inch lift kit    March 4th 2013, 9:16 am

That's the one I prefer. The 570 lift is two brackets in the rear due to the air box location. Racer Tech moves the top of the shock out and down. Andy gave a detailed description of their mounts over on rzrforums. I did get a legit two inches lift with my stock shocks set up two notches. Time will tell how much drop I will get from the stock shocks. Maybe by then I will be ready for a set of rancho 5000's!


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RacerTech lifts are suppose to be the best ones as they supposedly put less stress on your CV joints. However , they are expensive. http://www.goracertech.com/rzr-2-lift-kit-s-model-w-o-sway-bar-link.html. I have a cheap Rubberdown style lift on mine that I got off of Ebay for around $30 and it has served me well and I have had no issues with CV joint breakage. Be aware, that on most of these lifts whether if its a racer tech or rubberdown, you will not get a true 2". Its usually around an inch to a little over an 1.5". And this is dependant on what shocks and springs you are using. If your using the stock springs, you aint gonna gain a whole lot. But it will be better than stock. Some people have different results.
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