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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Gauge pod I made for my '08 RZR




















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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build



    Blending in headliner to gauge pod and overhead console from my old RZR







    Suspension getting blasted the powdercoated textured flat black



    Poylmer airbox seals



    DMC Pro Pedal



    Hydrographic dipped









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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Suspension is back in black



    Last fitting before front body plastic goes out for paint



    Guidecoat sanded, textured and sprayed with SEM Flat Trim Black







    Sub enclosure total weight-12.5lbs





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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Thats some great glasswork. Love the finish on that dash panel.




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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    AMAZING build cant wait to see more




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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    WOW. Really great work man, glad I decided to look at this one. Everything looks incredible! Curious, what work did you do all yourself? Or, if it's easier, what DIDN'T you do? You sure seem to have a tool for everything. Great drill btw, a friend has one, they're awesome.
    More importantly though. You're in southern California... why drink Fat Tire? We have so many other terrific beers available!



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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Is that a finish or real CF? none the less Awesome work man, that's one job/build too be d@mned proud of!




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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Quote Originally Posted by TheUnderFighter View Post
    WOW. Really great work man, glad I decided to look at this one. Everything looks incredible! Curious, what work did you do all yourself? Or, if it's easier, what DIDN'T you do? You sure seem to have a tool for everything. Great drill btw, a friend has one, they're awesome.
    More importantly though. You're in southern California... why drink Fat Tire? We have so many other terrific beers available!
    I did everything but the hydrographic carbon fiber dip.

    That's the gf's Fat Tire. I drink Laganitas IPA.




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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    That is just fvcking awesome




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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    I changed it up from a 12W1v2-4 to a 12W3v3-2.
    Cut out a "speaker ring" from 1/2 plexi and added a RGB 8 function led strip attached to the woofer basket.









    Bi-amped









    I also added an RGB strip to the footwell



    Also a cool white strip





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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    That's pretty cool . I like seeing different kind of builds. Do these have some type of charging system? Or do you have to charge the batteries?



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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build

    Quote Originally Posted by SplAffair View Post
    That's pretty cool . I like seeing different kind of builds. Do these have some type of charging system? Or do you have to charge the batteries?
    Thank you.

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    Re: My Polaris RZR XP build







    I wanted to keep the dash as clean as possible so I made brackets to hold all the switches and the volt gauge.



    Under hood fuse box and ALPINE XM tuner



    Overhead center console fuse box







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