When I built competition car audio show cars we had to build them capable to hook up to a plugged in power supply. We usually made them able to plug in behind a tire so you couldn't see the power supply.
$800 for a fender that looks like it came off of an ATV, provides no frontal protection so dirt still gets slung all over the rear panels?! No thank you...
And they've got their wires crossed , their traditional body styling is all new, way out there, and Vanderhalls is old school , wooden boat cruiser style , and now they add on a rear fender design that would be far more in tune with the Vanderhall. WTF!
Yeah that's a no for me as well. Polaris is failing to impress me on the aftermarket game.
Mostly. I will say their Velocity Sport seats were a win for us.
Those seats look and feel nice, but they are thicker and push the rider forwards in the Sling. At least the ones in the SLR I sat in did. That means even less leg room and closer to the steering wheel for me. I didn't want to drop the $$, but that's why I just ordered the PRP Gen II seats for mine. The upper portion is nearly 2" thinner, letting me have more room. I'll also be looking to see if there is anyway I can move the bottom of the seat back on the install also. That would keep the angle of the seat back the same, and give me even more additional leg room.
I still think Polaris should make a Slingshot XLT version. Additional 3" in the frame towards the rear, lengthen the drive shaft, and give some of the taller riders true comfort.