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Honda Big Red Lift Kit

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Finally it’s here! We’ve all waited patiently (or not so patiently) for Honda to enter the side x side arena and the Big Red is proving itself to be well worth the wait. Sporting a 675cc four stroke engine along with stock 25” tires the Big Red has 10” of ground clearance and sports 5.9” front & 7.1” rear suspension travel. This is a decent start but if you want the most out of your Big Red, Xtreme offers this 2” lift that when combined with 28” (Max tire size) tires yields an impressive 14” of ground clearance. (Relocates top of shocks Front & Rear)

Xtreme lift systems are designed to provide maximum performance, durability, and enhance handling and stability characteristics while keeping installation simple and easy. Our designs help stabilize the suspension and make your ATV more sure-footed over rough terrain.

Xtreme lifts provide the maximum lift available without causing costly damage to axles and related drive train components. Trail friendly lift systems built to get you in and OUT of the deep stuff.

All Xtreme lift systems are precision engineered using A36 3/16 or 1/4 inch cold roll steel for maximum strength and reliability. Parts are laser cut then manufactured to exacting tolerances to provide the best value available. All Xtreme products are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Demand the best and Go XTREME!
  • Increase Ground Clearance
  • Run Larger Tires
  • Improve Handling
  • Quick and Easy Installation
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Foot Notes: Front 1,4 / Rear 1,4

Foot Notes: 1. Relocates shocks at top. 2. Relocates shocks at bottom. 3. Uses aluminum spacer. 4. Uses bracket system. 5. Requires wheel spacers to run factory wheels. 6. Requires wheel spacers with 10” or wider tires on factory wheels. 7. Must have 12” wheels. 8. Uses strut guides. 9. Requires some cutting, grinding, or drilling. 10. Uses steel spacers. 11. Uses shackles. 12. Uses new control arm.

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