Whether you’re looking for OEM replacement parts to make miscellaneous repairs on your Polaris RS1, or are considering the aftermarket route to replace your busted or worn out components with some higher-quality parts, here at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got all the replacement RS1 part options. If you ride hard, you’ve probably had to replace your belt -- and this is not a rare occurrence. This is why we provide the best deals on RS1 replacement belts. Be it standard OEM-like belts or aftermarket belts such as those by Trinity Racing, when you’re using the RS1 like it’s built to be used, the stock belt will inevitably wear out. That being said, to get the most out of your belt, you need to properly break it in. Heat is the #1 killer of belts, which is why you need to wash the belt in hot soapy water to get the oils off before you put it on. You should also scotch bright the clutch to clean it up and prep it for a new belt, as well as heat cycle the belt before you drive it hard. We suggest heating the belt up for 10-15 minutes, then letting it cool down again. Do this a few times, and after that you should be good to go. You should do this regardless of which belt you are running, be it Trinity, Hunterworks, Gates or stock.
Another RS1 system that requires a lot of replacement parts is the clutch. Depending on your ride style and the size of your wheels and tires, altering the clutching can bring many benefits -- and if you don’t make clutch adjustments, you may need replacement parts soon due to added stress and ware. But you may not need an entirely new clutch kit. A clutch tune and replacement springs, weights, and helixes could do the trick. And like clutch components, we also have various replacement parts for other RS1 systems. Is your electric system crapping out? It might be time for a new battery. Is your engine overheating? Perhaps some replacement radiator fans are in order. Be it a busted a-arm joint or a split rear fender strap, whatever RS1 replacement part your looking for, big or small, we’ve probably got it!