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Hey guys new to the site just bought a 2014 ranger 800efi was wondering what's the best performance upgrades to get lil more power dose ln air filter help at all n what's some other upgrades should I do first
 

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I also have a 2014 800 HO. I love the power it has now. I recently installed a Marshall Motoart 2.5 lift and 28" Zillas. It has no trouble turning them.
 
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I also have a 2014 800 HO. I love the power it has now. I recently installed a Marshall Motoart 2.5 lift and 28" Zillas. It has no trouble turning them.
I formally owned a 800, and there is plenty of power to play with and have fun.
 

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Welcome aboard, Chigger30! Not a whole lot can be done to increase the motor output but like the others above said, the 800 is strong and has plenty of power to get you into trouble! You can do significant changes to the suspension to alter the appearance and the ride quality like adding a lift, forward A-arms, repositioning the shocks, larger (and/or different) tires, additional lighting, winch, clutching, adding a roof, windshields, and adding some tunes! All of those changes are discussed in great detail in the half a million posts on this forum. My advice is to not to be in too big of a hurry to start your modifications. Read a bit first on the mods you are most interested in and be aware that some of them could have a negative impact on your warranty. After 6 months, the warranty becomes a mute point (unless you purchased an extended warranty), so break out the wallet or drain the kids college fund and have at it!
 

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Lol thanks just didn't know if. A kn air filter n a exuast gives it more power really just trail ride like to do 3 inch lift wheels n tires roof n windshield u guys no any good sites for cheap windshield n roof
 

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Lol thanks just didn't know if. A kn air filter n a exuast gives it more power really just trail ride like to do 3 inch lift wheels n tires roof n windshield u guys no any good sites for cheap windshield n roof
You might try locally at the Polaris dealer as the 800's are phased out and many dealers are marking the accessories down significantly to move them along. I'm confident if you look here, under the classified section you will see some options available to you and specific to that unit.
 

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Welcome to PRC, Chigger30.
 

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Hey guys got a question on my ranger on driver side did u guys make any cover plates to keep the battery n part of the engine clean on mine it's wide open
Essentially all these lack protection from the wheels tossing mud under the seat, bed, etc. If you search above "mud flaps" or "mud guards" you will find many different products which you can purchase and in many cases including myself, fine creative ways to do it for under $20.
 

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I have done extensive mods to mine as you can see by links in my signature and build thread. As others have said, not much can be done to get more power but then again, you don't need more power. I say get basics like roof(steel or aluminum not plastic) windshields then a full trail armor skid plate and drive it like you stole it on stock tires until you figure out where you want to go.


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