We live for head-turning and jaw-dropping builds. The bigger, tougher, and meaner, the better. And we want you to have the same experience—that’s the whole reason SuperATV exists.
To help you enjoy the same wild rides we do, the SuperATV team is starting a video series called Blueprint Builds. Each installment, shared on our YouTube channel, will give us the opportunity to share some of our standout builds with people who appreciate them just as much as we do.
And the best part? Our Blueprint Builds are done using entirely off-the-shelf parts—no custom fabrication required! That means you can build your own and ride along with us.
We’re kicking the series off with Phenom, our newly modified 2020 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000. Check out the parts list and then stick around to learn how you can see this KRX build up close and personal.
If you think these pictures are impressive, you should see Phenom in person. You’ll get your chance if you join us at Mudd Mayhem this weekend! We’ll be partying at River Run ATV Park in Jacksonville, Texas, now through Sunday (March 25 through 28).
It’ll be four days full of contests, concerts, races, and this badass build—don’t miss it.
And stay tuned to SuperATV’s YouTube channel to see what Blueprint Builds we churn out in the future.
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Is it available in India ?
If yes then please quite the price and the dealer’s address with phone number .
That is a really sharp build. Most definitely head jerking and jaw dropping. Kudos to the Engineering Department on the great teamwork. Seems like a really good group of people.
Thanks, Christopher! We appreciate the kind words. And glad to hear you think it’s as bad ass as we do!
Are you guys doing anything with Phenom in the near future? How did you think it performed at the last event you brought it to?
Hey, Chris! Thanks for the interest in Phenom. Unfortunately, we flooded her out on the last ride, so she’s in the shop right now. We’re hoping to be back and up running soon, but we’ve got no plans until that’s done. Thanks for the support!
I have the same machine much smaller though.
Your build with the machine over 60k ?
I’m starting a similar build , this one is bad ass
Hey Wilbert! I don’t have an exact number but an estimate (without installation costs) would be about $35,000. We think it’s pretty killer too. We appreciate the support!