Waiting for a solution to dirty air filters, with a full rear windshield. Plus still have no spare tire rack as not wanting to lose all rear view visibility, Plus still waiting for a good, split glass full windshield, my full windshield can be hot in Baja Deserts in May..PLus waiting for a good roof rack.. So waiting for roof rack, intake air separator, and spare tire mount? I often see Hondas with no spare tires mounted??
1) dirty air filter: cheap solution is a snorkel with air filter on top. Best solution is a particle separator either S&B or KWT. I went with KWT no electricity or noisy fan. KWT X2 Pre-filter 2000 mile review
2) Windshield: I went with the SuperATV flip up plastic windshield. You can open it to vent or full open or close while driving. Home Page - SuperATV
If you want glass Tusk folding is what I would get. Tusk UTV Folding Glass Windshield
3) Spare tire: carried one on my RZR 800S for 8000 miles never used it. RZR 1000, never carried one just used tire plugs on Maxis tires. Switch to DOT light truck tires(Big O Bigfoot’s) and never touched them for over 8000 miles. Total 11,000 miles never needed spare. I have almost 6000 miles on my talon, don't carry a spare. I took the maxis tires off before I even rode it. Had one bad puncture near bead on Tusk Terribites, plugged it but had slow leak even with Slime. completed ride, switched to BFG KM3s haven’t touch them in over 4000 miles. There are times you can’t patch like crack or break on rim, or really big rip in sidewall, but rare. run good tires and carry a real good plug kit, lots of plugs and as a last resort slime. You would be amazed at what you can patch. On a sidewall rip, my buddy’s personal best is 49 plugs to fix a leak.
4) roof rack? What would you use it for? It’s going to get hit a lot where I ride in deserts and mountains. Adding weight up high raises center of gravity, might get tippy. I think sometimes people carry too much stuff on their sxs’s. If it doesn’t fit in a “dirt bag” or box in cargo area, you probably don’t need it. A few simple tools, no spare parts and a Speed strap for towing or tipping car up to change a tire. Don’t need a jack.
SpeedStraps innovative weaveable recovery tow straps are a must have for any off-roader. No shackles needed - just wrap, weave, and pull the looped ends around any good tow point, and pull the vehicle free!
5) rear windows: if it is just for dust control, I would consider an Aegis Air Spoiler. I run that and it works great. It gets hit above the roof line but it’s strong and I don’t over tighten it. If you just want a rear window type rear window in search bar at the top of page and you can see discussions. I don’t know about them don’t have one. Keep the dirt out: Aegis Air Spoiler review