BREAKDOWN: RJ Anderson’s XP1K3 Polaris RZR

The foundation of the XP1K franchise is and always will be the Polaris RZR platform and because of that we always like to give you an inside look into the building of these one of a kind XP1K machines.

Keeping RJ safe is always priority #1 when building these machines, next is the cool factor and that means looks, horsepower and performance. All of which makes this RZR the ultimate off-road machine!

More than a year of planning went into the development and execution of the “XP1K3” campaign. It took the build team of 15, more than a month to weld, stack, cut, bend and fabricate the custom playground with multiple obstacles. The Mad Media crew of 40 then spent 14 days on location battling dust, rust, rain, mud and fog to capture each of their incredible imagined obstacles.

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Adult models – 16 and older. Be sure to get safety training. The vehicle displayed in this video is not intended for on-road use. Driver must be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license. Passenger must be 12 years old, and tall enough to use hand holds and plant feet firmly on floor. Always use cab nets, wear seatbelts, helmets, eye protection, and protective clothing. Do not operate on public roads. Avoid excessive speeds, sharp turns, and difficult terrain. Riding and alcohol/drugs don’t mix! Never carry more than the appropriate amount of passengers. Follow all warnings/instructions in owner’s manuals and on product. UTV Underground, Mad Media and their affiliates are not responsible for injuries that may occur from emulating or copying the riding, driving, or stunts performed in this video. Visit www.rohva.org for more information on safe operation off-road vehicles.

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