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post #1 of 7 Old June 16th, 2019, 05:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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19 ride command, adding sub amp

Hey, I've been reading up on this on there seems to be information from good to bad on this? My previous career (13 years ago,, I feel old) I installed car audio professionally, so I have a good base knowledge.

I know I will have to get a adapter plug for the output (RCA and remote turn on) BUT

I've read were some people say there is noise in the system sometimes or there is problems with the turn on lead and you have to use a relay.

My plan is to use SSV work glove box sub (passive) and do a stand along amp on it.

Just want to get the right stuff the first time and "set it and forget it!"
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I'm wondering the same thing. I can get an Nvx 1100.5 amp ssv enclosures and my own kicker speakers for about $1200 vs 2100 for ssv's plug and play kit. I don't mind doing a little wiring to save 900 bucks. Not sure which connectors I would need for the rca's though. So much mixed feedback out there.
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Re: 19 ride command, adding sub amp

I ended up going with the SSV Works 180-RZ4-1KRC kit.

Talking with there sale support, the issue with ride commands are the "load" on the ride command output. Certain amps make the RC output shut off. SSV said their own powered glove box amp doesn't work. They said kicker doesn't have this issue and that is why they offer it in there kit.

With the equipment used in the kit, buying all the wire, amp mounting plate ,adapters and the box the price for the kit not that bad.

Some positive things to note about their kit
  • Abapters are pre wired and terminated in plugs, not a universal plug and you plug together. It's like a factory harness.
  • amp mounting plate is not cheap or then metal
  • wire (power wire) is not the cheap where the outer jacket is thick and the wire is not the proper size
  • power and ground wire for the battery are in a clear sleeve.

After looking through and installing their kit, I can see why it's more expensive, there are so many things they could have cheaped out on to lower the price but they definitely don't skimp out.
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Re: 19 ride command, adding sub amp

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I ended up going with the SSV Works 180-RZ4-1KRC kit.

Talking with there sale support, the issue with ride commands are the "load" on the ride command output. Certain amps make the RC output shut off. SSV said their own powered glove box amp doesn't work. They said kicker doesn't have this issue and that is why they offer it in there kit.

With the equipment used in the kit, buying all the wire, amp mounting plate ,adapters and the box the price for the kit not that bad.

Some positive things to note about their kit
  • Abapters are pre wired and terminated in plugs, not a universal plug and you plug together. It's like a factory harness.
  • amp mounting plate is not cheap or then metal
  • wire (power wire) is not the cheap where the outer jacket is thick and the wire is not the proper size
  • power and ground wire for the battery are in a clear sleeve.

After looking through and installing their kit, I can see why it's more expensive, there are so many things they could have cheaped out on to lower the price but they definitely don't skimp out.
I have the 5 speaker ssv,Kicker kit,and i love it,i was the same way about the money,but after its all said and done ,it was worth it to me,it sounds so clear and loud,and the sub is awsome too!! Mho it was worth it to have everything plug and play!
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Can you send a link for the SSV 180-RZ4-1KRC? I can't find on their page. Thank you!
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Can you send a link for the SSV 180-RZ4-1KRC? I can't find on their page. Thank you!
You have to call them to order it. They do not have it on the website because they have to ask you some questions to make sure you get the right kit.

Make sure you ask them for the RZR forum discount, they will apply it on phone orders..
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Thank you! Appreciate the help!
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