This is a true dual rate spring kit from Schmidty Racing Suspensions for the Polaris RZR 800S (2008-2015). These kits feature top of the line springs which replace the low quality / saggy / poor riding OEM springs ! The spring/slider has a tuned set length, which determines the point in the stroke where the spring separator contacts the pre-load collars and engages the heavier main spring solely for the remainder of the shock stroke. Our kit is totally user friendly and require no shock modification to install. Installation only requires basic tools and 3-4 hours time. Our dual rate spring kits come with a detailed and complete, step-by-step installation instruction sheet with settings, diagrams, and photos.
This kit will only fit the Fox Podium 1.5 shocks that came standard on the RZR 800S. This kit
will not fit Robby Gordon Edition RZR 800-4 seat model, RZR XP900, and Walker Evans shocks.
With our dual rate spring kit you can expect to:
- Regain lost ride height.
- Receive a truly plush ride eliminating most of the trail chatter feedback you get from embedded rocks, ruts, tree roots, tire tracks, etc. with the lighter initial spring rate of both springs active.
- Superior bottoming resistance when the spring separator contacts the preload collar, it engages the heavier main spring solely for the remainder of the shock stroke delivering superior resistance to bottoming.
Please include in the order comments your vehicle's setup so we can tailer the spring kit to your needs!
We use quality springs in our kits, because they are the best! Quality springs, combined with the features of our Schmidty Racing Suspensions hardware, create a spring kit that is second-to-none in the industry! Customers who have chosen our proven kits have been thrilled with the ride and performance we offer. Many of our customers originally used spring kits from our competitors before coming to us, but after being disappointed with others' results they tried ours and wholeheartedly affirm the superior quality.
We encourage you to ask our competitors what springs they are using in their kits!