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Own a RZR but would like the long travel suspension of the S? We've just introduced two kits for the market that are completely bolt on LT identical to the RZR-S. The front a-arms are actually a larger diameter and thicker walled tubing than the factory S a-arms. We offer two options, one suspension kit with axles shafts (you use your cv's) and one kit that comes with complete axles.

The kit's utilize your stock shocks so you can always upgrade them at anytime, being able to buy an affordable LT kit and then maybe new shocks later sure helps the wallet from taking such a hard hit like with most kits.

Our kits are very affordable and completley bolt on, you will have have to drill the hole a little larger on the steering arm which is literally a two minute job, other than that just grab your wrenches and you'll just be a short time from having a RZR-S LT on your standard RZR.

Kit #1 with axle shafts only $799.95


Kit #2 with complete axles $1199.95


Here's a few shots of the kit installed.




Check us out at atv accessories, atv axles, long travel kits, atv axle, utv accessories, atv lift kit, atv bumper, travel kits - Super ATV or the below links will take you directly the our RZR-S LT kits.

Conversion Kit for RZR to RZR S (w/ complete axles) #783

Conversion Kit for RZR to RZR S (w/ axle shafts) #782

Please give us a call if you have any questions we'd be glad to help, 812-574-7777

Thanks, Super ATV
 

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RZRRich said:
Brian, That sure is a nice looking kit Super ATV has there !!
It is a nice kit and very affordable compared to alot fo other LT kits on the market. I was at the shop yesterday checking out the kit in person, it's nice and a complete bolt on kit.
 

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At this stage, I'd be more likely to get the LT Kit than get a new RZR. The next new RZR I would like to be an "S".
 

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The kit does look pretty beefy and it's nice its a direct bolt on kit with the only extra thing to do is drill out the hole in the steering arm to 1/2", it drills very easy with a simple hand drill, I watched part of the install, wish I had a fork lift when I work on mine to get it up in the air lol!!! I figure if a guy purchsed the kit with the complete axles he could sell the stockers and recoup some fundage to help off-set the price of the kit :D . You can also incorporate one of their lift kits which makes for a nice combo.
 

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This is probaly going to be a big hit with RZR owners that want to upgrade their suspension. I know I have read a lot of posts on here where people are looking to upgrade but are not sure which way to go. Congrats on the new kit and I wish you luck with it. It seems as though you guys have come up with a good solution to a big want and it looks nice and beefey too! 8)
 

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Impatient1 said:
This is probaly going to be a big hit with RZR owners that want to upgrade their suspension. I know I have read a lot of posts on here where people are looking to upgrade but are not sure which way to go. Congrats on the new kit and I wish you luck with it. It seems as though you guys have come up with a good solution to a big want and it looks nice and beefey too! 8)

Thanks for the post John we think the kits will do well, hope so anyhow lol. We wanted to offer customers the option to go to a along travel kit without breaking the bank.
 

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Any idea of the ground clearance after the kit with the heavy duty springs? Also Anyone know if it will work with a 2 or 3 inch lift?
 

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Any idea of the ground clearance after the kit with the heavy duty springs? Also Anyone know if it will work with a 2 or 3 inch lift?
I'd give Joey a call down at the shop. I know they installed the kit on a unit they had in the shop the other day and seems like to me it'll work fine with a 2 or 3" lift. I just don't don't want to steer ya wrong. Their number is 812-574-7777.
 

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Per Harold at Super ATV both the 2 and 3 inch lifts will work with their S conversion kit.
 

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Does anybody know if the setup is designed for all shocks or just Super ATVs? Looks like a good setup for the price, just wondered about the shock choices available.
 

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You can use the factory shocks with this kit and always upgrade shocks in the future if you want.
 

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Chiefmorton said:
You can use the factory shocks with this kit and always upgrade shocks in the future if you want.

Brian factory shocks? "S" or Regular RZR?
 

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You use the stock shocks on the Rzr. You get a little better ride with the long travel even by using the stock shocks.
 

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Boy you are quick :), I was just wondering because after I bought the new "S" and still have the 08' I was thinking about maybe installing the conversion kit on my regular "S" then save up and get me some better shocks. Currently I'm running the factory schocks with Highliter Springs. Both which are fairly new. The "S" ride so much better that the Regular RZR I think I'm going to work toward that direction with the rebuild.
 

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suspension travel

just wondering how much wider this kit makes the rzr. where we ride our 50 inch width is pushing some of the trails/ the extra travel would come in handy.
 

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Re: suspension travel

jmdkw said:
just wondering how much wider this kit makes the rzr. where we ride our 50 inch width is pushing some of the trails/ the extra travel would come in handy.
60" if you are also using the factory size tires of 12s on the back.

Do you still have your stock setup on your RZR?

I also got a "S" and the ride between the two is the world of difference.
 

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Currently without the conversion my RZR is 60" acros the rear. I have 12" wide tires, ITP Type 7 wheels and added 2" spacers to keep the tires off the motor mount. If I decide to go with the conversion, I hoping for the sames width without adding the spacers. I know that many people use them including myself, I just have the fear that one of these days I'll brek the studs off holding the spacers in place and leave me stranded.
 

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I can double check on the width but it should be the same as a stock S.
 

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the rzr is stock suspension the only upgrade sofar is 14 inch maxxis bighorns 11x28 rear 9x26 front going to upgrade sometime in the future but looking for the best bang 4 the buck
 
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