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"Black Mamba" Jagged X RZR Featured vehicle


The RZR Jagged X Edition was a completely unanticipated release by Polaris, but the vehicle was a naturalmamba-1.jpg step forward having seen so many RZR4's torn down to take advantage of the extra wheelbase.  We have been fans of this all purpose two seater since our first drive in Glamis at the end of 2012.  We were excited  to see that UTVunderground had gotten ahold of their own Jagged X Edition and had set out to build a full custom vehicle that they could use at racing events and trips anywhere in the Southwest.  The beautiful vehicle pictured here was built by SDR Motorsports in Riverside, CA.  While it will be an ongoing build, the "Black Mamba" is an impressive example of the potential for Polaris' Jagged X model.  

Rigid Industries supplied LED light bars for the roof, front bumper mounting area and sides of the cage, as mamba-3.jpgwell as some interior and undercarriage lights to highlight the vehicle's candy blue/flat black paint scheme.mamba-2.jpg  A custom SDR front grill was installed but bmpers were left off of the front fascia to reduce weight. There are even two blue SRM LED lights mounted on the rear bumper to act as reverse lights.  A Lowrance GPS and Dragonfire sport steering wheel and grab handle were added to the interior.  Rugged Radios provided the 50 watt race radio mounted to the left of the steering column as well as an intercom for passenger and driver to communicate with.  

Walker Evans Racing Beadlock wheels sporting 28" GBC Mongrel tires were bolted up and Pro Armor XL Sniper Seats fitted with Crow Harnesses keep passengers in place.  An SSV 5 speaker stereo system was installed to provide the tunes, including a custom built rear speaker pod that fits with the SDR storage boxes mounted behind the rear seats. The beautiful candy blue cage was custom built for this vehicle by SDR, and they fitted suicide doorsmamba-4.jpg and a custom roof to the cage as well.  Factory UTV trailing arm skids were bolted on to protect the rear chassis, a wise choice given the abuse that utvunderground will likely make the vehicle endure.  A set of Yoshimura carbo fiber mirrors help the rear view picture.  We hope to get a chance to see this vehicle in person and look forward to other mods that they might make to the vehicle in the future!