The winds are high, indicative of the rain to come, and you are far away from home. One, you can mount that cab enclosure that you invested in for your UTV just for a time like this. Or two, you have to race on home because you will be soaked to the bone and possibly also covered in mud, not to mention visibility may be low because of the rain, so you will have to be extra careful in making your way back. Of course that could have been avoided by investing in a cab enclosure for your RS1. Sure upper doors and a roof are nice, and having a front and rear windshield is good too. But nothing beats a complete RS1 cab enclosure, regardless of the weather outside. A lot of riders opt for a fiberglass slip-on shell with a fabric and lexon window piece for rear. But have zippers on the windows so it can be used all year around is another important feature of an RS1 enclosure. Whatever you're looking for in an RS1 cab enclosure, however, we've likely got it.
First things first, however, getting a cage before a cab enclosure is a must. Once that's take care of, a full cab enclosure kit like the ones by CEC Custom Enclosures or Lubbock canvas is in order. And you might be asking yourself, "doesn't the RS1 draw its cooling air from the cab area? And wouldn't a cab enclosure prohibit proper engine airflow"? This is correct. However any good RS1 cab enclosure is sure to include rear vents, which is where the air is drawn from. So if you're tired of getting splatters with mud despite having extended fender flairs, are wanting to ride in winter without freezing your butt off, or simply like having a cab enclosure on your RS1 to separate you from the elements, here at Everything Polaris RZR, you're sure to find just the right RS1 cab enclosure to meet your needs!