Minneapolis-Based Quad Logic Has Created A Fire Breathing Polaris RZR

The Polaris RZR is one of the most popular side-by-sides on the market and a company by the name of Quad Logic has used it as the base for a particularly wild creation.

Whereas a standard RZR is focused on being practical and capable while driven off-road, Quad Logic’s creation is focused solely on style. As such, the vehicle has been aggressively lowered and sports new SuperATV shocks, extended a-arms, and new trailing arms.

Elsewhere, Quad Logic has revised the front of the side-by-side with a lasered steel front grille, blacked-out LED headlights and a tow hook. The Polaris also features a chopped roll cage, hand-fabricated aluminum bed panels, and roles on a set of 20-inch wheels with aftermarket lug nuts that are wrapped in Firestone Firehawk tires.

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The modifications don’t stop there and continue with a new intake featuring a 3D-printed air box, a new aluminum dashboard and console, a billet shifter, billet cupholders, aluminum roof and visor, billet gas cap, billet radius rod plate, and billet spring retainers. The RZR also rocks an exhaust system designed to spit flames.

Quad Logic is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and offers a number of upgrades for the Polaris ATV, RZR, and Ranger, while also selling components for ATV and UTV models from Can-Am. These parts including everything from driveline and suspension upgrades to electrical and engine modifications, unique lighting products, and dozens of different accessories.

It appears the RZR in question was a one-off project designed to be as loud and as obnoxious as possible. Fittingly, it has been nicknamed ‘Karen’…

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