Whether you race offroad short course in your Polaris RS1, mid-range races, or long cross country stretches, running the right offroad short course communication systems is crucial. Be it on the short course at Mid America Outdoors, Moses like short course, or at District 38's offroad racing competition, Offroad short course communications are not only highly advised, but required for many races. In some cases, you may only be required to have a radio receiver to get official communications from race administrators. In other cases, although not mandatory, it might prove prudent to get a fully functional Offroad short course comm system so you can communicate to your coach, crew, teammates, and even other drivers. You might thin your RS1 is race prepped with a custom cage, HCT tune, RCV axles, and a Sparco seat / harness, but you're never truly race-ready without a properly functioning Offroad short course RS1 communication system.
While aftermarket suspension setups and modified engines get all the attention, driving smarter will help any RS1 rider win races. And when it comes to using intelligence when racing on anOffroad short course, information is key. But you don't want just any info streaming through your in-helmet audio system, distracting you and diverting your attention away from the track. With a single-channel Offroad short course setup from Everything Polaris RZR, you can set your device to a single frequency that only a select group of people are on. We also have RS1 Offroad short course systems that automatically lower the volume of whatever audio you're listening to when official communications are transmitted, allowing you to get the info you need without having to take your eyes off the road, your hands off the wheel, or your mind off the race. If you're not first, you're last. So do yourself and your team a favor and equip your Polaris RS1 with an Offroad short course communication system today!