Teixeira Tech upgrades the Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 or 850 for aggressive sport riding or cross country racing
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Since debuting in 2014, we’ve remained impressed with the smooth yet excessive power, good quality suspension, and refined ergonomics of the Polaris Scrambler XP 1000. As all out four-wheel-drive ATV performance goes, not much comes close. Located in northern California, Teixeira Tech designs and builds chassis parts for Team UXC/Factory Polaris who race Scrambler 1000s, 850s, and RZR SxS in the GNCC and the Best in the Desert series. Playing a a major role in improving the durability and handling of Factory Polaris machines, when Teixeira Tech owner, Ed Teixeira, asked us if we wanted to test out a cross-country ready Scrambler 1000 he built with a number of his personal long-time sponsors, we didn’t hesitate to jump at the opportunity.
We were already fans of the Polaris Scrambler, and Teixeira Tech has certainly built on that. If you’re looking into going cross-country racing on a 4×4 ATV, this build should yield a pretty competitive machine for a competitive rider. It’s tougher, handles better, and pulls harder than stock and stock is no slouch. For the average trail rider, you can pick and choose the items that will serve your needs best. We were happy with the performance of all the products involved.