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Metra MPS-RZKIT Audio Upgrade Kit for Speaker Pods
The MPS-RZKIT comes complete with the MPS-RZSP speaker enclosures and the MPS-RZSB subwoofer box and amplifier bracket. With high-quality HDPE construction that can withstand harsh outdoor environments and a black textured coat that matches the factory finish, this kit protects your equipment and provides a flawless look. The speaker enclosure fits 6.5"-6.75" speaker pods that bolt into the upper footwell and the subwoofer box provides a 10" subwoofer mounting solution that replaces the glove box. This kit also includes an amplifier mounting bracket and stainless steel hardware for easy installation.
- Package includes MPS-RZSP and MPS-RZSB, complete with stainless steel mounting hardware
- Fits 2014-up Polaris RZR models
- Includes a 10" subwoofer mounting solution to replace glove box
- Includes left and right speaker enclosures for 6.5”-6.75” speaker pods
- Includes (2) two amplifier mounting brackets 2014-2017, and 2018+
- High-density polyethylene (HDPE) construction provides a corrosion-resistant and eco-friendly material ideal for harsh outdoor environments
- Protects speakers and subwoofer equipment without compromising sound quality
- Black textured coat finish matches the factory finish for a flawless look
- Sub enclosure approx. 0.9 cubic feet (Mounting Depth ~ 15.25")
- Speaker enclosure approx. 0.2 cubic feet
- RZR 900/100 2014-UP, 2 and 4 door models*
Note:Will not fit RZR PRO XP Models
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