I think that the idea here is the same as with the Rhino. Size your cage tall and square enough where it will actually do you some good; instead of allowing the roll to progress that much sooner/easier with the shorter/even 'indented' style contact point.
The doors speak for themselves and certainly aren't anything to look at; yet seemingly solve the other inherent problem that we have with any side-by-side and the extremities that beg to pop out of them.
I love the fact that the aftermarket world is diggin into the RZR. I do have one issue with the STYLE of the cage - PLEASE DON'T MISREAD - I'm thrilled with the new cage....
It seems this example tries to imitate the Rhino custom cages which reflect the more utility nature of this exploding sport. I believe the key to top selling cages and doors in this RZR market will go to the one that embraces the pure sport nature of this machine, not the mix of sport and utility like the Rhino - (don't get your panties bunched up RZR folks, I've got one on order so I'm one of you). I hope the market and hence the aftermarket co's will see this as what it is - PURE SPORT and make products that speak to that fact.
Doors look kinda out of place...I am sure they are functional, but not very pretty....Maybe just a couple of bars or something?
As for the cage, it takes the sport look out totally....It needs to slope back more for a sporty look......I think I like the stocker better as far as looks go....Why not keep the same design, just build it out of stronger tubing if the stock material isn't adequate.....It blows me away to see that much effort put in a new cage, and the 3 point harness is still being used....
This rzr is being built to race CORR and the Baja 500, I can't post the company since they are not a sponsor, they say that this ranger will do 70+ miles per hours for this years Baja 500 with additional gearing, cams and computers.
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