Evolution Powersports is proud to introduce our performance upgrade systems for the 2020 Polaris PRO XP. Although the Polaris PRO XP comes stock with 181 Engine HP (~148-150 whp), with some simple and proven performance upgrades, we have this beast pushing about 218 HP with the stock turbocharger on pump 93 octane fuel.
Diagnostic Port flash -meaning your ECU does not have to be opened!*
Different stages of software depending on exhaust upgrades and fuel octane
Rev limits raised to 9300
Speed limit raised to 120 MPH
Left foot braking enabled (gas and brake at the same time without going into limp mode)
Fan on temps lowered (for a cooler running engine)
Boost, Fueling and Ignition Optimized / More aggressive throttle / TQ limits removed
*On Mail order ECU’s, our bench flash procedures does not require opening of the ECU. The factory seal is retained
Evolution Powersports (EVP) a leader in the powersports industry for software tuning, exhaust systems, intake systems, clutching and turbo systems is proud to introduce our performance upgrade systems for the 2020 Polaris PRO XP. Although the Polaris PRO XP comes stock with 181 Engine HP (~148-150 whp), with some simple and proven performance upgrades, we have this beast pushing about 218 HP with the stock turbocharger on pump 93 octane fuel.
Dyno Testing / Tuning the PRO XP and Turbo R:
We baseline dyno tested the 181 crank HP PRO XP on our Dynojet chassis dyno at 148 - 150 WHP all stock which translates to about a 18% drivetrain loss. We installed our EVP Performance ECU software calibration to improve overall power of the engine on pump 91 octane fuel and gained a tremendous power improvement over stock. The EVP software tune alone unlocked an additional ~13 whp from this 925CC Polaris Prostar engine on 91 octane fuel with stock exhaust. Additionally, the cooling fans are triggered 15 degrees cooler, the rev limits and speed limits are raised and the ignition and fuel tables are calibrated for optimal power. Additional improvements are achieved with our exhaust upgrade and Stage 2 (91 Octane) software at ~167 WHP. Our Stage 3R (93 octane) delivers ~178 WHP.
EVP has spent many years developing software for the Polaris XPT platform with our fleet of company owned XPT’s (16 XPT, 17 XPT, 18 XPT “S, 19 XPT CALI) to enhance the performance of this iconic vehicle. Our continued R&D of this new PRO XP platform allows us to stay on the cutting edge with industry leading performance.
When looking to purchase a tune for your $20,000+ vehicle, the first thing you should ask the tuning company is “do you own a PRO XP?” Most companies do not own the vehicles they sell tunes for. They essentially “borrow” a vehicle for a few days to perform development. At EVP, we believe that in order to perform proper R&D, the vehicle must be owned so the necessary development can be done both on the dyno and in real world conditions. Our company owned XPT’s and new PRO XP have spent countless hours on the dyno to test different software calibrations and hardware components.
Once the tuning was complete, our vehicles were field tested for months in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Michigan, Minnesota, Utah and Wisconsin. These places represent the vast majority of conditions our customers drive their vehicle and this helps to ensure the tuning is optimized and tested in the environment our customers ride.
In addition to extensive testing on our own vehicles, we ran our 2020 PRO XP tune and exhaust on Bryce Menzies’s race vehicle in this year’s King of the Hammers race. This race presents a variety of harsh conditions as vehicles face everything from meticulous rock climbing to deep silt beds to dry, open desert. Bryce says, “EVO power was just what our Pro XP needed”.
Corbin Leaverton, who is running an EVP tune and exhaust on his 2020 Pro XP, has won both rounds of the WORCS races this year.