Styling isn’t the only thing it’s changing about this Pro R though. For starters, SXSBlog ordered a full pre-cut roll cage from Houser Racing. The great thing about the Houser cage is that the company ships it in pieces, bypassing the expensive bill of shipping a full cage. From there, you can either weld the cage together yourself or bring it to a shop to get it welded. There was also talk of a turbo, and knowing SXSBlog, that will be a reality very soon.
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That’s all we know about the build so far, but we can’t wait to see what the crew at SXSBlog has in store for us with this build.
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