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Polaris is taking this 60th Anniversary thing seriously! When I say that, I mean they have been unveiling product after product in line after line all week! Everything from new Victory Baggers, new Rangers and RZR UTV's, the Indian Roadmaster, and even their forthcoming Indian motorcycle. Even though the ACE is only a matter of months old, it even got an update with the 2015 Polaris Sportsman ACE 570!

We just got word that the boys over at Holz have had their hands on the new ACE 570 long enough to outfit it with some amazing parts to really showcase this new 570cc powered ACE up your sleeve!


According to the information that we got, this little bruiser is packed to the gills with new componentry! Components from some of the best in the biz! This ACE 570 is outfitted with some Dirt Commander Tires from GBC Motorsports, Mastercraft Seat Belts, Joe's Racing Products Steering Wheel, and a seat from Recaro.

Holz Racing Products decided to really exercise their catalog of great products on this guy as well! The list is extensive and goes a little like this: Roll Cage, Rear Bumper, Roof, Doors, Window Nets, Radiator Relocation Kit, Steering Quickener, Number Plates, Nerf Bars, and a new Front Bumper. If that isn't a mouthful, I don't know what is. Holz did the full treatment on this ACE that is for sure!


HOLZ turned to long time Polaris Industries suspension partner, Walker Evans Racing for suspension on the ACE and make the wheels look good. They wrapped those Dirt Commanders around some Walker Evans Bead Locks, and suspended this machine with their Racing Shocks.

And they didn't forget to make this thing look good while it is sitting on the showroom floor. For this, they looked to UTENDORFER Graphic Design Service to hook the plastics up with some great, simplistic graphics!
 

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No doors. You have to climb in through the cage to get in or out. The side panels are attached with Dzus fasteners from the looks of it.

It would need to be converted back to original to be of any use to a recreational rider IMHO. The bottom bars on the cage are welded in front and back and would need to be cut out and the radiator would need to be put back in the original location and the rear down bars on the cage block a good part of the rear bed, etc. The shocks and struts and tires and brush guards might be good though.
 
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