The mission was pretty straightforward: Take a brand-new quad and make it better.

So, the gang at PowerSports Place identified the upgrades they wanted to make to their 2012 Suzuki KingQuad 750 AXi and assembled the parts. They were kind enough to let us tag along for the build.

To do the job, the first order of business was acquiring a new ATV lift jack, like these:

OTC Motorcycle and ATV Lift Jack 

The following is an overview of the parts they installed on this Suzuki utility ATV.


Warn Winch

Warn ATV Winch Mounting Kit:

HMF Swap Series XL Slip-On Muffler

  • Five-inch diameter shell
  • Built from 304 stainless steel
  • Compatible with snorkel kits

Kolpin ATV IRS Receiver Hitch

  • Rear mount
  • Two-inch square
  • Designed for ATVs with independent rear suspension

Kolpin Overfenders

  • Rigid, yet flexible
  • Include black mounting hardware
  • Excellent for use with large wheels

Mac’s Custom Tie-Downs Trail D-Vise

  • Eight-inch jaw width
  • Receiver hitch mount

Kolpin ATV Gel-Tech Seat Cover

  • Ergonomic foam padding
  • Provides temperature control and slip resistance

Kolpin Fuel Pack Jr.

  • Crush-proof, puncture-resistant construction
  • Holds 1.5 gallons
  • Versatile mounting options

Kolpin Gear Grips

  • Accepts ¾-inch to three-inch diameter items
  • Innovative ratchet grip
  • Holds guns, tools, fishing gear, and much more

Kolpin ATV Rear Lounger

  • Provides additional covered storage
  • Holds up to two helmets and more
  • Haul riding gear, blankets, tow straps, or keep your drinks cold


  • Ergonomic design that molds to hand
  • Available in a variety of colors

Warn Body Armor Skid Plate

  • Protects chassis from rocks, stumps, and other trail hazards

Warn Body Armor for front and rear A-arms

  • Protects A-arms and other suspension components from trail hazards
  • Look awesome
  •  Long-distance durability and all-around performance


The PowerSports Place crew intends to give the quad a wheel and tire upgrade very soon.

In the meantime, we appreciate the opportunity to watch the product installs, and we look forward to sharing some how-to installation tips for some of these parts in the near future.

Until then, happy riding everyone.

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Author: Matt Griswold

After a 10-year newspaper journalism career, Matt Griswold spent another decade writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He was part of the original OnAllCylinders editorial team when it launched in 2012.