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Ask several side by side riders their opinion on Polaris ACE tires and you’ll likely get a variety of responses. Some might say go big with your UTV tires, the bigger the better. Others prefer sticking with factory size tires as they spin up nice and quick in low and suites particular terrains better than larger tires. Some riders might say that putting XPT wheels and tires on your ACE 900 XC is by far the best thing you can do to improve performance and handling, while others will argue that the Kenda Bearclaw HTR tire in factory size is better because it works good on most surfaces and when plowing snow. A few riders might tell you that going with tires any bigger than 26” will cause power reductions, but with only an 8lb difference between 26” and 27” tires, is the difference that drastic? Well, if you’re not expecting to win any drag races and mostly trail ride and traverse manageable mud holes, the power lost from larger tires is likely not an issue. And while it sure helps to upgrade and tune the stock clutch when you go with larger tires, it’s not prerequisite.
Whether you’re looking to run 30” Mudlites on your 900 xc, 30” BKTs on a 570cc, or 30" Motohammers on your 325 ACE, always be cognizant of how much your particular tires weigh. If you go with a regular heavy tire, they will rob power from your ACE -- especially the 325cc. So for those who want taller tires, lightweight and deep-lug tires like Dirt Devils and Mudlites are quality options. And they perform quite well on dirt, clay, mud, stumps, and limbs. Looking to expand your territory, some 30x9x14 Silverbacks will take you almost anywhere you want to go. Run 7 psi in the front tires and 8 psi in rear tires to soak up the roughest terrain. Be they Blackwater Evolution 28s or Bighorn 27-inchers, aftermarket tires can lift your ACE, absorb bumps, and stick to the ground better to give the driver ultimate control. Get yourself a set from Everything Polaris RZR today!