Vehicle Feature | Ethan Groom's JVRP Built RZR

Closing out his youth racing career with a WORCS Series Championship and 1st place finish at the UTV World Championship, Ethan Groom moves up to a new class and a new race ready Polaris RZR.

Built by JVRP, this beast of a machine features significant modifications and upgrades. Starting with a 2019 Polaris RZR XP1000 Dynamix chassis, the transmission has been swapped out for a Benchmark performance modified Turbo S one. Major suspension upgrades were key, with Cognito Motorsports front suspension and ID Designs in the rear. New (unreleased at time of publishing) Method Race Wheels 412 Beadgrip wheels and DS 32x10-15 Soft Compound tires create the lightest and strongest package on the market. This translates to a competitive advantage in weight and handling. The DS tire also features a ribbed sidewall shoulder and proprietary construction that significantly reduce the chance of a puncture.


Builder Jake Velasco Race Prep (JVRP)
Chassis 2019 Polaris RZR XP1000 Dynamix


Motor Benchmark Performance Tuned XP1000
Transmission Benchmark Performance Modified Turbo S
Clutch  Benchmark Performance Tuned Turbo S
Fox Shocks & RAD Internal Bypass
Wiring Tiedemann Racing Harnesses
Steering Shock Therapy & JVRP


Method Race Wheels Foraged 412 Beadgrip
Tires DS 32x10-15 Soft Compound 
Front Suspension
Cognito Motorsports
Rear Suspension ID Designs
Lighting Baja Designs
Body Carbon Fiber (Ebbco Racing)
Cage Cage WRX (Modified By JVRP)
Graphics VISCID Designs


Seats Sparco
Wheel Sparco
Harnesses Sparco
Navigation Lowrance
Communication PCI Race Radios


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