We have been selling these regulators since 2012. That's OVER 10 years of ZERO failures of the BEST voltage regulators on the market!
1/1/2023 Still selling the VRs and have them in stock.
Replacement voltage regulators for Polaris SxS UTV 900XP, 2015 900 trail, 900s, 1000s, 1000XP, and 1000 turbo. Also, for Polaris Rangers and Polaris Sportsman ATV. You will need to mount in the back by the engine in a location that will get air movement to cool it. If your VR has a single plug with 3 wires and the red and black ring terminals like the above LH picture, THIS VR will fix your problems of burnt up VRs and plugs.
This is a VR made in Japan NOT China like all the factory regulators are for the 900 and the 1000. Japan has MUCH BETTER electronics. The unit also has 2 times the cooling fins. We have been using this VR for about 6 years now with NO failures. The stock VR would only last a week to couple months on the Z1 conversions due to the small charging system putting such a load on the regulator. There is no need to try to relocate the regulator either. We have seen no problems with water intrusion or overheating in the stock location under the driver's seat in over 6 YEARS! You are more than welcome to put it anywhere you want. Just remember, it needs air movement to cool.
Also on the 2016+ 1k Turbo to install the VR in the back like the 1000XP. The shorter the wiring, the less heat. Also 3 less connectors to have problems with. That is why I no longer have the option to install the VR in the front. It just won't last up front.
NOTE: Look at the stator plug to make sure it isn't melted like the one pictured above on the right. You might need to order it also from us. It is at the bottom of the drop-down list below.
AND IF YOU LIVE IN CANADA, YOU MUST ADD THE EXTRA SHIPPING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DROP-DOWN LIST TOO.
If your regulator plugs look like this, we recommend to install the HAWK VR in the back. It will connect to the engine stator with the 3 yellow wires in that single plug. Then put the RED ring terminal wire to power from battery usually on the starter solenoid and then the BLACK ring terminal on the frame stud. Or you can connect the RED and BLACK directly to the battery. Very easy install. Less issues from harness running up to the front and less connectors to get hot and melt.