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Take a detailed look at how the all-new Polaris RZR Pro R DYNAMIX DV suspension works and how it was developed.

When Polaris released details about the all-new RZR Pro R last month we were blown off our seats at just how impressive the machine looked on paper. Two weeks ago we got the chance to test all those jaw-dropping improvements but before we drop our Polaris RZR Pro R video review later this week, we thought we’d give you a brief run-down on what the all-new suspension entails. Spoiler alert, we thought it was the most impressive aspect of the new side-by-side!

Here’s what you’re looking at:

  • 74-Inch Stance – Polaris’s widest stance yet. The MaxLink 29-inch suspension with rear toe link soaks keeps the 32-inch Maxxis Rampage Fury tires planted.
  • DYNAMIX DV – Four new suspension and steering modes (Rock, Baja, Comfort and Track) that monitor inputs from driver and machine hundreds of times every second and automatically adjust compression and rebound damping independently.
  • Suspension to Stay Planted – Fully boxed steel front A-arms with three-piece stabilizer bars and FOX® 3.0 Live Valve X2 Internal Bypass shocks provide 27 inches of travel up front, while stout, boxed trailing arms with patented rear toe link, high-clearance radius rods, three-piece stabilizer bar and another set of FOX® 3.0 Live Valve X2 Internal Bypass shocks offer 29 inches of usable travel in the rear.
  • Stopping Power – 4-wheel hydraulic discs with triple-bore front and dual-bore rear calipers and aluminum top hat rotors.

There’s plenty more detail to drool over on the Polaris RZR Pro R but for more detail on just how the suspension works and the lengths Polaris went to develop the suspension, check out this video.