Powerful 32 HP ProStar engine featuring dual overhead camshafts, a 4 valve cylinder head and electronic fuel injection (EFI) delivers excellent performance and fuel economy
Innovative, unique cab design offers a whole new off-road experience
Confident & Secure
Comfortable & Convenient
Easy To Ride
Independent dual a-arm rear suspension with 9.5" of suspension travel
MacPherson strut front suspension offers 8.2" of independent suspension travel
5.25 gallon fuel tank
Rider centric design
Compact & Nimble
2014 Sportsman Ace Specifications:
While the Sport UTV segment has focused on ultra powerful, long suspension desert machines in recent years, Arctic Cat has turned some much needed attention on designing a nimble woods machine. We had a chance to get behind the wheel of the Polaris RZR 800 challenger in the wilds of Gateway Canyons, Colo.
The new Arctic Cat-designed 700cc engine (built by Kymco) is an electronically fuel injected four-valve, dual overhead cam, parallel Twin that produces a claimed 60 horsepower.
The new two-seat Teryx sees many of the same upgrades as its big brother – the Teryx4. In the engine compartment, the Teryx gets a power boost from its upgraded 783cc V-Twin, which gets a claimed 26% more horsepower and 12% more torque. This is a substantial increase considering the Teryx4 only managed an increase of about 7% in horsepower and 10% in torque. Regardless these numbers mean something is happening in the Kawasaki development room and we hope the numbers transfer well to the ground when we get our hands on the steering wheel.
The Teryx will also receive the same FOX Podium shock package that is offered on the Teryx4. These great shocks will be setup for the loss of the extra seats' weight. Suspension travel will also mirror that of the Teryx4, 8.0 in. up front and 8.3 in. in the rear. We've ridden the Teryx4 with these shocks are are confident they will suit the average riders as well as those who choose to push the Teryx to the next level.
Teixeira Tech’s XGC stock replacement stock-width A-arms are designed to offer more ground clearance to avoid trail and track obstacles. The A-arms are constructed with large diameter 4130 chromoly steel tubing in a precision built jig. Teixeira Tech’s XGC stock replacement A-arms accept stock shocks, ball joints and mounting hardware. Prices start at $335.00.
“The unique design allows for X-treme Ground Clearance through the full motion of suspension travel,” Teixeira Tech says in a release. “The radius rods are a boxed and ribbed design that is constructed with 4130 chromoly steel sheet metal, which offers an unmatched strength to weight ratio.”
Teixeira Tech’s XGC stock width radius rods come with spherical rod ends, rod bearings, o-rings, and stainless steel rod reducers. Prices start at $425.
Polaris RZR XP 1000 XGC A-arms and Radius Rods are currently under development and will be released soon.
As part of the seven-hour celebration at Yamaha’s Southern California headquarters, employees enjoyed meeting past and present Yamaha racers including two-time AMA ATV National Champion Chad Wienen. Wienen was one of a number of 2013 Yamaha champions on hand including motorcycle racing champions Josh Herrin, Cameron Beaubier, Jessica Patterson and Tomas Puerta. Past Yamaha champions and racing legends Gary Jones and Kenny Roberts were honored for all of their success and contributions to the motorsports industry and specifically to Yamaha.