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Here's to a new year, lets hope 2022 leaves 2021 in its smoke! To start the year off we at EBC Brakes would like to give you car enthusiasts the chance of winning one free set of pads (front or rear) for any vehicle of your choice. One randomly selected forum member can choose any pad from our entire range.

To enter for your chance to win, I would like you to share with us what you believe has been the number one mod/upgrade you have made to your vehicle that everyone should do?

The lucky winner will be randomly selected and announced within a few days after the closing date of 1st February 2022 and details will be posted on this forum within a few days of the closing date.

Please be aware that this thread may appear in more than one section on the forum and one winner will be selected from the whole forum, not a winner per thread.
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Without a doubt, it has to be the larger hard mount fuel tank I have on the RZR as when out riding I just want to continue to take in the views for days without worrying about running out of fuel.
 

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For me it was the EBC brakes I purchased a year ago and put on my off road jeep. When you just have to stop or your dead from going over the side of a mountain, THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN EBC BRAKES.
 

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Without a doubt, it has to be the larger hard mount fuel tank I have on the RZR as when out riding I just want to continue to take in the views for days without worrying about running out of fuel.
smart move!
 

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For me it was the EBC brakes I purchased a year ago and put on my off road jeep. When you just have to stop or your dead from going over the side of a mountain, THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN EBC BRAKES.
glad you love them!
 

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On a quad, I gotta have storage. That's the first thing I need to add.

On the 570, it's an Ogio Honcho bag. Love it. Mounted with home made anchors. I can fit a soft, 30 pack cooler in 1/2 of it. The other half is open for whatever. It has a detachable cooler bag perfect for sandwiches. Another detachable bag that I keep rain gear in. A zip pouch up top I keep paperwork and charge cables in.

On the 850 I'm running the Polaris box 2882882. I would have bought another ogio bag but they are NLA.


Once the storage is handled, a light bar is next on the list. The 570 got a 3 light mod and a bar. The 850 didn't need the 3 light mod.

Then there are spring upgrades

Then bumpers, and rear LEDS, and heated grips, and tires, rims, clutch kinds, hand guards,, etc...

But storage is first! Gotta be able to take tools, food, drinks, and clothes out. Otherwise. I won't be out there long enough to need any if the other mods.

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Gotta be my Epi HD springs! Haven’t given them a full trail test yet but they’ll get a good beating tomorrow with the winter storm and I can already tell they hold up the weight of the machine and plow much much better.
 
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