S&S Turbo Kit for Kawasaki KRX Models

The turbo kit adds 50% more horsepower and drops the zero-to-60 time to 6.2 seconds.

The Kawasaki KRX 1000 is a well-built and incredibly durable side-by-side, but it keeps begging for more power. The always-power-hungry folks at S&S’s Off-Road Division heard the cry of the KRX and answered with a well-thought-out Turbo Kit. “The factory KRX motor was not happy with forced induction, and it took us 18 months to sort out a combination of parts that would make big reliable power,” stated David Zemla, vice president of marketing at S&S.

S&S is reporting a 50% gain in horsepower and a zero-to-60 time that drops from the factory 11.5 seconds to a much more fun 6.2 seconds. Its kit includes a massive fan-cooled air-to-air intercooler (others do not) as well as 9:1 compression pistons that allow for 10 psi of boost (double of any competitor) and a pre-loaded PV3 tuner. 

“Our turbo kit is incredibly well-thought-out and includes details others do not, like larger injectors, a high flow fuel rail and even upgraded spark plugs,” shared Zemla. “We’re impressed by the factory look of the kit and can’t wait to get one out in the dirt.”

Release date is set for early October, and S&S says it will be a limited run. For more info, hit up your local dealer or the S&S website at https://www.sscycle.com/offroad.

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