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BTW how is the black holding up? Having any issues to speak of?

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None whatsoever...the plastics are factory painted with a semi-gloss black metallic paint. I've had tons of trees, branches and brush rubbing the body, but after I take home, give her a bath and polish it up, it looks like new again. I'm very impressed with how much wear and tear the finish stands up to. I've even been stuck between two trees with the driver side front fender pressed in and the only damage was a little bit of tearing on the graphics. I thought for sure the paint was going to be toast...but it was perfect.

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Thats what I wanted to hear!

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I have now added my RZR to the ATV Torture Garage if you want more pics and info.

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I just noticed the 2" lift you have and was wondering how you like it? Does your roof flap or make noise? Just noticed your headers too and did it help performance any?

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The 2" lift is great...but in order to maximize the height, I need to get new springs. The stock springs sag in no time at all. With aftermarket springs, I will gain approx another inch of height.
There's lots of different lift kits, but in my opinion, Racer Tech makes an extremely good product and at the same time, provides major structural support to the shock mounts.

The roof is awesome...doesn't flap or or make any noise. It's fairly thick plastic and quite sturdy. I had a tree fall over on it and it was just fine...glad it was there!

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What kind of springs are you going to get? I was looking at the walker evans and the price isnt that bad.

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I wasn't going to go with full shocks...I was just going to replace the springs with Makin' Trax Progressive springs engineered specifically for the RZR. Perhaps one day a full set of shocks will grace my RZR!!!

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I meant to ask about springs and I was talking to someone else about walker evans. I dont have a rzr yet but the ordering begins lol

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....and the ordering never ends....trust me on that one!

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