There are many kit combinations with the many different UTV models. Each kit can come with an array of choices, including extras and color choices. The smaller kits can come with only the basic for the power performance. The smaller kits only come with a high-flow filter, recharger kit, pre-filter, and instructions. The larger kits usual include the before mentioned items and an intake of some sort, barkers and clamps, a couple of exhaust extras, and a fuel controller. There are kits that are even larger, and those are used by more accurate and precise riders/builders.
Like all other performance parts that contribute to power, a power kit helps the vehicle to reach its highest level of power performance. They’re designed to provide maximum air-flow and the proper jetting for the specific model. Getting those two elements right is easier when using a pre-setup kit. If those two elements are properly fixed into the build, it could be the different between being the first or last into the first corner. These kinds of kits also provide clean air and a proper fuel flow, extending the life of the motor. These kits also feature bolt-on parts, for easier installation no matter what the builder’s mechanical abilities are. Power kits are considered to be, without a doubt, one of the best worthwhile enhancements a rider can add to their UTV. And the reason for that is that is provides an instant performance response from the moment it’s added to the vehicle. It provides spectacular increases to the horsepower and improves throttle response, thanks to the easy bolt-on intake part kits. There are two major types of kits that builder usually can choose between: Power Pack or PRO Power Pack.