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/////Alpine RZR tunes (with 10" sub)

I'm doing a system install in my friend's RZR. Here's what I've got done so far

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ALPINE
Metra
Tsunami
Pro Armor
Optima
PAC

ALPINE:

CDA-9884
PDX-4.150
SPR-17S 6 1/2" components
(1) SWS-1043D sub
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Is everything water proof?
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This is sweet. I need friends like you. I am assuming you used the alpine amp because it's about the only amp able to fit in the front compartment. What is the power rating & price for it?

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Is everything water proof?
The sub box and pods are resined then texture coated then sprayed with SEM flat trim black. The underside of the hood lid has seal on it.

This RZR is strictly for Glamis sand dunes. We have no streams or rivers here.

I guess the answer would be yes and no. The box and pods are 100% waterproof. Ipod holder not. Headunit yes. I havn't sprayed water on the hood yet to check.
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ROCK ON........................
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did you fab all the stuff? if so nice work i did the same with my battery ecept i went with a oddessy and the stock like you did i have a 1,000 watt amp with a 12 in bazoka bass tube with 4, 6.5 in bazoka wakeboard speakers i was looking at puting a amp under the hood bu i use it and on the firewall you only have about a 12in x 12in spot to use i like your sub and speaker placement way better.... you should fab some up and sell on e-bay you would seel a bunch... i also thought of mounting the deck in the dash but went under insted my mount also has a i pod mount internall and is water proof .... you must be a stereo installer because you work looks top notch good job...john

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This sweet I'm looking at I need friends like you. I am assuming you used the alpine amp because it's about the only amp able to fit in the front compartment. What is the power rating & price for it?
I love Alpine. Oh, and a friend of mine is an Alpine rep. The PDX4.150 lists for $750.00. You can find them cheaper on the net. This paticular amp was tested at 164wX4.
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did you fab all the stuff? if so nice work i did the same with my battery ecept i went with a oddessy and the stock like you did i have a 1,000 watt amp with a 12 in bazoka bass tube with 4, 6.5 in bazoka wakeboard speakers i was looking at puting a amp under the hood bu i use it and on the firewall you only have about a 12in x 12in spot to use i like your sub and speaker placement way better.... you should fab some up and sell on e-bay you would seel a bunch... i also thought of mounting the deck in the dash but went under insted my mount also has a i pod mount internall and is water proof .... you must be a stereo installer because you work looks top notch good job...john
Thanks for the props. I'm not an installer. I'm a mechanic. I do this as a hobby. I just like to fabricate stuff.
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Ohhhhh man, what's the story on the holder? That I reallly like.
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Very nice setup great work.
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Ohhhhh man, what's the story on the holder? That I reallly like.
The ipod holder is from Pro Armor. They also sell different mounting kits (handlebar, roll cage clamps...) That would have been too easy and it's all about being different.

I fabricated the iPod mount using fiberglass mat, 1/4"mdf, Marglass,Rage Gold, spot putty, SEM tecture coat, and finished it off with SEM flat trim black. And there was some sanding involved, alot of sanding.
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crnacnac from one wrench to anotheir you missed your calling....lol thats some top notch fab i never got into stuff like that but wow!!! i like the front speaker mounts if you ever want to make and sell some id be up for a set.... is that a gen 1 or 2 rzr...lol come on rzrider pipe in well convince him to make some....j/k lol i just put a 12 in bass tube and 1,000 watt amp in the back of mine and 4 wakeboard tubbies i like it loud!!! i bet you could of made a sweet box for the back....keep up the exelant work...john

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Re: /////Alpine RZR tunes (with 10" sub)

Everything is for sale.

SSV Works sells speaker pods for I think $160.00 a pair. $160.00 wouldn't even get me to open my pail of resin. But no one makes a sub box for a 10" to mount under the dash like mine, yet

Not sure if this is gen 1 or 2. How do you tell?
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Re: /////Alpine RZR tunes (with 10" sub)

look at the hood gen 1 has 4 mounting screws gen 2 and 3 have 2 up by the windshild only... some parts of the body are diff and the spot were you have the speakers is also diff on gen 1 vs 2,3

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