Thursday, July 30, 2015

Outdoor Logic Defender Series XP 1000 2 and 4 Seat Cage's


With a race inspired C.A.D. design, our new Defender Series roll cage has a fully MIG welded construction and a sleek appearance that will make your 4 Seat RZR stand out from the crowd. Using only 1.75" diameter .095" thick DOM tubing, it will provide ultimate strength and exceptional safety for driver and passenger. Each and every cage is laser cut, notched, and mandrel bent before final welding on our own in-house fixtures for that perfect bolt-on fit on your 2 or 4 seat Polaris RZR XP 1000 without the need of any modifications.    


All Defender Series roll cages feature integrated rear bumper, grab handles, rear view mirror mounts, dual internal whip tabs, front V bars, rear V bars, and a bead rolled aluminum roof. A variety of powder coating color options are available to make sure it adds that custom look you are looking for.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

For Sale: 2011 Kawasaki Teryx

For sale. 2011 Kawasaki Teryx. It has a ton of things done to it including a XMF +5 long travel kit, summers brothers axles, with a rear extended shock tower, paired with a set of Walker Evans remote reservoir front and rear shocks, front and rear suspension gusset plates, a custom race\play cage with solid doors and a roof, PRP seats, steel seat bases and 5 point harnesses, 14" Walker wheels with 27" GBC Motorsports dirt commanders, Muzzys exhaust, MSD fuel and ignition controller, UMP intake, Dalton clutch kit, switches, radio and intercom bracket, Pro Armor aluminum skid plates, MOMO steering wheel and quick disconnect, fire extinguisher and quick release mount, bed delete. Registered thru 2017 clean title Asking $10,000 OBO  email sales@sxsperformance.com for more info or call 855-797-7373.



Thursday, February 26, 2015



2015 UTV World Championship presented by UTV Underground.


What a phenomenal weekend out in Laughlin, Nevada for the UTV World Championship race. We had our fully loaded #1948 Monster Energy/SXSPerformance.com Pro UTV Build on the course!  With a lot of hard work, countless hours and the drive to build this beast, driver Matt Burroughs and co-driver Matt Lasher pulled through with 7th Place!  This is great for going into the 3rd race of the series, the Mint 400 held in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Scoring 7th place at the UTV World Championship means we start 6th off the line at the Mint 400!  What a great feeling and accomplishment for the drivers and team behind the #1948 race car. To get a sense of the organized chaos, here is a re-cap of the race from Matt Lasher’s point of view:
“What a fun weekend! 2 UTV world championships in one weekend at one place. Over 100 SXS's between all of the classes. Tons of racers, spectators and crew members. I pulled into Laughlin late Thursday night after school. Early friday morning we headed out to the main pit to get ready for the Family Poker Run sponsored by SXSPerformance.com. We got one lap to go and check out the race course. The course was sandy, fast, and rough. Lots of jumps and a few places you had to be careful of or you could end your day really fast. After the pre-run we loaded up the race car and cruised over to tech and contingency. We flew through it, knowing we had to finish up a couple things on the car before race day. We got the car finished up and went to the drivers meeting friday night. Typical Best In The Desert meeting, do this don't do that, until @warfightermade got on stage. One of the most motivating speeches I had ever heard. Just what we needed after not doing too well at the Parker 250. We grabbed some dinner and headed back to the hotel to get some rest. The day had finally come, race day! Started the day off watching the motorcycles and quads race. Then it was our turn, the desert race.  For the desert race we did 10, 17 mile laps. With 50 cars we knew the course was going to get rough really fast. Sitting in the race car with 15 cars in the row in front of us and 14 UTV's next to us and who knows how many behind us. Matt Burroughs and I started talking about our plan off the start. Do we go for it and try to get the hole shot or do we stay back and let everyone else fight each other? We both decided to go for a fast, but have a safe start. We didn't want to be the last car but we didn't want our day to end in the first turn. The first row went off. No crashes, that made both of us feel way better. Then 60 seconds later the green flag dropped and we were off. I was watching the car to the right of us and he was nowhere to be seen. I looked in the mirror and saw an angry pack of cars on our rear bumper. I took a quick look in front of us and sure enough, no one in front of us. We did it. We got the hole shot! After both of our excitement died down we got into our groove. Passed a couple cars, got passed by a few. We weren't here to win. We wanted a nice solid finish with our brand new car and a good starting position for the Mint 400. We were passing guys broken left and right. Checking off laps like they were nothing. Had some good battles with a couple guys. Then our siren went out. What do we do now? We are getting stuck behind lap traffic and slower cars without a way to tell them we were there. We didn't want to just nerf them without warning; so I started flashing our KC HiLiTES flex series light. Sure enough people started pulling over and letting us by. We were trying to figure out when we wanted to stop for a splash of gas. We knew we had to do it between lap 5 and 8. Lap 5 came and we decided not to stop. We had a couple guys behind us and we didn't want to just let them by. Lap 6 came and we had just finished a pass we had to work really hard for. We didn't want to let all that work go to waste. Lap 7 came. We had a nice gap between the group of cars behind us. I made the call to stop now. We pulled in the hot pit. 5 gallons of gas and a quick look over, 30 seconds and we were out. Not even enough time to take a drink of water and wipe off my visor. The course was getting bad. Super deep ruts. We backed it down a little. We wanted to make sure we got a finish no matter what. Our crew was giving us split times and we were running in the top 10. We were beyond ecstatic. A new team and a new car, racing against some of the best drivers in the world and we were running within the top 10. Our front diff went out. No 4-wheel drive. The ruts were getting even worse and now we didn't have the front end pulling us through. We were doing the best we could. Running a nice steady pace for the last half of the race. Still passing cars broken knowing that the course was putting a beating on the cars. Before we knew it we saw the checkered flag. What a great feeling. All the hard work and all the late nights paid off. 7th place. Just what we wanted going into the Mint. I want to give a huge thank you to Matt Burroughs for giving me this opportunity to build, prep, drive, and co-drive in a BITD Pro UTV. Without; Monster Energy, SXSPerformance, GBC Motorsports, OMF Performance, PRP Seats, Walker Evans Racing, KC Hilites, Torco USA, Summers Brothers, Vendetta Motorsports, we wouldn't be able to do what we do. See everyone at the Mint and be on the lookout for #1948 Race car!

Lets also give a huge pat on the back for Matt Burroughs, Matt Lasher, and the team behind them to pull through 7th place at the UTV World Championships.  We, SXSPerformance are excited to head out to the Mint 400, in Las Vegas Nevada March 14-17th.  Thank you to UTV Underground and Mad Media for putting on this years UTV World Championship races.





Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Matt Lasher beats the desert in the Pure225 PRO850 Class.

After a grueling struggle through 225 miles of rough desert terrain, Matt Lasher pulls the #1 spot in his class PRO850 at the Pure 225.  After Matt's last crash the Teryx was in pretty bad shape.  Matt knew what had to be done and kicked it into high gear to get the Teryx back into racing condition.  During the Race at about mile 6 they had overheating issues and had to pull over to let it cool down, while getting passed by everyone in which he just passed. On Lap 2 they broke the bolt that connects the upper arm to the spindle, fixed that up and with the foot on the floor made up a lot of time.  Every lap after that pretty much was switching out the battery do to charging issues.  Matt and his team took every setback in stride and pushed themselves to beat what the desert had to offer. It was an added plus that he came out on top!

Quote from Brapbrap1124 (Fernando) on Instagram:
" Finishing 225 miles of Brutally Fast Mojave Desert race course isn't easy.  Battling a fresh car with only weeks of preparation and resources literally minutes leading up to the green, not for the weak at heart.  Pushing thru for the WIN...that's what the legends are made of! Congratulations to Team @sxsperformance and The Stig @ Matt Lasher for bringing home the win"

 
 

Friday, June 13, 2014

Polaris RZR XP1000 BLACK PEARL EDITION - Malcolm Smith

Malcolm Smith build - by SXSPerformance.comPolaris RZR XP1000 BLACK PEARL EDITION


 
Lets start from the top down for this Black Pearl edition.  DG Offroad stepped up and supplied the XP 1000 Roll Cage in the bright red with the aluminum black roof.  DG Offroads' roll cages for the XP 1000 come with the rear cage for extra protection and are fabricated to be 5 inches lower than stock and is built out of 1.75" DOM steel with a .095 wall thickness.  DG's cages are easy to install and use cage bungs to attach the cage to the body.  Two extra features that DG includes with the roll cage are the dual internal buggy whip tabs and the front light bar tabs. While this cage was being built our customer also wanted to add two brand new products that we are now carrying from Outdoor Logic.  The rear suspension plate and the Front bumper! Outdoor Logics Rear Suspension plate which are CNC Machined Billet and can be powder coated in any color.  The Rear Suspension plate shown is  SXSPerformance's signature "buggy" logo.

PRP Seats make the best seats around, and we put the RZR GT S.E. Suspension Seat. This seat fits like a glove and has added accents to match your color combination, and in this case it is the "Black Pearl edition" color combo.  PRP Seats also offers a sturdy and reliable 5.3 Harness with Sewn in Pads, which fit and match great with the suspension seat, so we went ahead and these harnesses to complete the look we were going for. We finished this build with the Panoramic 9'' Mirror by Axia Alloys. - SXSPerformance.com 
                                                                                                        
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Monday, August 19, 2013

SXSPerformance.com Grand Opening

Join us on Saturday September 7th, 2013 for the grand opening of our Ontario, CA Super Store.  Things will kick off at 9am with manufactures displays, show and shine contest, and raffles.  We're even going to bribe you to come with all the Tacos you can eat.  It's guaranteed to be a good time for the whole family.  Stop by for the day or just an hour.  We'll have specials running all day long on the parts you need to get your car ready for the riding season.

For any questions or to register for the show and shine contest give us a ring at 855-797-7373.