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Ok guys newbie here...:rolleyes:

What kind of add on mods can I do to give my 2013 Polaris Ranger Crew 800 EPS to give it some more HP. I mostly use for hunting. 100% stock engine wise. I have climbed some mountains with foot to the floor and crawling....need some more power...
Not quite that clean anymore..
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Ok guys newbie here...:rolleyes:

What kind of add on mods can I do to give my 2013 Polaris Ranger Crew 800 EPS to give it some more HP. I mostly use for hunting. 100% stock engine wise. I have climbed some mountains with foot to the floor and crawling....need some more power...
Not quite that clean anymore..
Thanks
That is a nice looking rear rack, did you build that?
 

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Pull the restrictor out of the intake.

I added a 2 1/2" suspension lift kit to help with more ground clearance, which I need on my land.

I'm interested in more HP too...without breaking the bank that is.
 

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There isn't a whole lot you can do to increase HP that is cost effective and that won't be a maintenance nightmare later. Any such modifications center around increasing compression and the amount of air/fuel mix into the combustion chamber. The addition of a turbocharger is probably the only thing worth looking at. Whether or not it will do what you want is the question. You may spend a lot of money and end up being disappointed. In general, turbos will boost HP by about 15% or so, but will increase stress on an engine and may not be a good idea on an older bike.
 

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Ok guys newbie here...:rolleyes:

What kind of add on mods can I do to give my 2013 Polaris Ranger Crew 800 EPS to give it some more HP. I mostly use for hunting. 100% stock engine wise. I have climbed some mountains with foot to the floor and crawling....need some more power...
Not quite that clean anymore..
Thanks

Not trying to be smart, have you test drove the new 2018 XP1000 :grin: yet, day and night difference.
 
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