It doesn’t matter if you’re running stock Front suspension on your Polaris RZR or you upgraded to an aftermarket suspension system, there are many things you can do to increase your machine’s articulation, reduce the body roll in your RZR, and give your UTV that plush ride that’s slick as silk. Some riders disconnect their sway bars to get more flex, but if you’re looking for less body roll, you’re gonna want to keep that sway bar right where it is. Upgrading the connecting links is a good place to start, and aftermarket springs can also help with the suspension. But in general, the sway bars on your RZR are the biggest contributors to bringing down that body roll. Upgrading to a larger-diameter sway bar or adding a little preload to your existing springs can also stiffen up your ride and reduce body roll significantly. That being said, stiffer springs/preloading springs will take away from ride quality, but if your rig gets a little squirrely at higher speeds, you might have to conduct a cost-benefit analysis to weigh the pros and cons.
Taking a different route, you could also choose to forgo replacing components of your stock RZR suspension to pursue upgrading the entire suspension system. If you want to be sipping tea without spilling while flying over washboards, suspension upgrades like those by Shock Therapy, Walker Evans, or Eibach will provide huge improvements -- the difference being truly night and day. It doesn't matter if you're banking corners on the dunes of the Oregon coast, running mud just east of the Mississippi River, or creeping over granite in the Rocky Mountains, running a well-tuned and domain-specific suspension system on your Polaris RZR will make your riding better. So don't hesitate to give us a holler and we'll help you find the right RZR suspension system for your style of riding.