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Do you go on night rides in your Polaris RS1 and want to better illuminate the road ahead as you drive? Are you unsure as to what you need on the electrical side to wire up some lights in your rig? Whether you’re looking for a light bar, cube lights, backup lights, or side running lights, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got what you need to crank out the lumens. And because the RS1 comes stock with a busbar, all you’ll need is the lights and a wire harness and you’ll be good to go. We’ve seen RS1s decked out with a light bar, six spot lights, lighted antennas, and flashing marker lights, all of which was running on the stock electric system. If you hook your lights up right, you shouldn't have a problem. The issue many riders have when hooking up their lighting system is finding the pulse bar. They check under the hood, but it is actually located under the gauge cluster cover. Just pull of the plastic above the steering wheel, plug in your gear, and you’re done!
The most common and easiest way to brighten up your ride is with a light bar. They come in many different sizes and produce a variety of outputs. The 24” bar from Light Bar Supply comes highly recommended, with an amber glow light built in and wired right into the headlight switch. It has low beam that turn on amber glow, while the brights turn on the main beam. And with an assortment of mounting brackets, you can choose the most appropriate place to mount your light bar -- be it above the roll cage or on the bumper. With regards to back-up reverse lights, there are a few approaches you can take. You can wire up a three-amp no-approach sensor and relay to the PRNLH shaft, or alternatively wire a similar system into the trans shift indicator on the dash. But regardless of your RS1 lighting, wiring, or electric needs, give us a call or send over an email and we’ll help shed some light on the best and brightest light kits for your Polaris RS1!