Whether you’re looking for some Polaris RZR engine parts, seeking to find a brand new Reman engine for your 2013 Polaris RZR 900 XP, or trying to have your RZR engine rebuilt, at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got your back. The last thing you want is to pay for a full engine rebuild, only to have your RZR motor smoke and guzzle down oil when you get it back. Add shipping costs and the price of a complete rebuild could cost you in excess of $3,000. And if you’re paying a premium price for a top end gasket kit as well as quality pistons and rings, you better be sure you get what you pay for. We’ve seen too many riders go with scrupulous mechanics who charge for quality engine components only to install cheap aftermarket cranks, bearings, and other engine parts. Plus, if the mechanic working on your RZR is inexperienced or just downright careless, they may over-torque / stretch the bolts, use the wrong size bearings, and crank down the cam holders too tight. This is why it’s important to go through quality companies like AZ Cycles, Side-By-Side Fury, or American Rock Rods if you’re not mechanically inclined and don’t know a lot about internal combustion engines.
For the rat-rodders out there heavily modifying their Polaris RZRs or casual riders who just busted their engine case, we’ve got the stuff to give you those extra ponies or the parts/components you need to get your engine back up and running. But if you're speed drunk with eyes bigger than your stomach, don’t get too ahead of yourself. When you upgrade your Polaris RZR engine, be sure that the drivetrain can handle the added forces. So if you plan on jumping up to the more-powerful RZR 1000 engine or adding a turbo to your existing engine, we’d suggest running better-than-stock axles such as Turner Eagles or Cobras in addition to RZR 1000 differentials.