Whether you’re keeping tabs on your crew as the leader of the convoy or looking to see how many lengths you have on your opponent during a drag race, when it comes to checking your six in the Polaris RS1, mirrors are essential. In terms of aesthetics, your personal preferences will come into play when deciding which RS1 mirrors look the best on your machine. Some riders like the small, compact, and circular side mirrors like those by Seizmik, while others like their side mirrors to be larger and rectangular. Others could care less how their RS1 mirrors look, so long as they can see behind them. Of particular note are Tusk’s "deluxe" rectangle mirrors. They are among the largest on the market, and convex like the mirrors used on pickup trucks. Riders like them because of their full range of visibility. You can see the sky, behind the rear tires, and the dirt down below when backing up -- all at the same time! If you spend most of your time in trophy truck test haven, it’s nice to have a wide angle view of what's approaching you from behind at mach 1.
Other Polaris RS1 side mirrors have distinct advantages of their own. Sector Seven mirrors, for example, are great for riders with full ABF windshields on their RS1s. They have 360-degree pivot capabilities, are constructed out of 100 billet aluminum, and have super bright, multi-directional, LED lights built in. This is a great option for those riders with windshields, alleviating the need to install the mirrors above the top clamp or do any grinding, botching, or other modifications to the windshield to accept the mirrors. Xprite’s UTV Rear Side Mirrors With Smoked Lenses are also popular among RS1 owners, who like the added light that shines out the sides. So if you’re looking for side-view mirrors, rear-view mirrors, or even cheap backup cameras to use when reversing, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got your back!
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