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Vondy

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Also added SuperATV tailgate. Very happy with it. Mounts solid, no chance of rattling. Now to figure out how I want to mount rotopax.


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Vondy

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Swapped tires, soundbar, tablet mount, and rear clearance arms over to the 4 seater. Picked up some nerf bars on the way to Brimstone and installed when we got there. Had a great time and had no machine issues(note even the rzr's) Many of Brimstone's trails seem to be rougher than when we went 2 years ago. Had a great time and was great getting the whole family out now that we have 4 seats. Put about 100 miles on over 3 days there. Definitely need to upgrade the skid plate!

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Hometeam

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Me and my boys love going to brimstone! Looks like you had a great time! Did you have any rubbing with your tires on Brimstone trails? I have considered that exact setup!)
 
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Vondy

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Me and my boys love going to brimstone! Looks like you had a great time! Did you have any rubbing with your tires on Brimstone trails? I have considered that exact setup!)
Minor rubbing at full turn when stuffed. Rubbed maybe 2-3 times the whole trip.
 
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Swapped tires, soundbar, tablet mount, and rear clearance arms over to the 4 seater. Picked up some nerf bars on the way to Brimstone and installed when we got there. Had a great time and had no machine issues(note even the rzr's) Many of Brimstone's trails seem to be rougher than when we went 2 years ago. Had a great time and was great getting the whole family out now that we have 4 seats. Put about 100 miles on over 3 days there. Definitely need to upgrade the skid plate!

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That red hood looks good on there!! Sharp machine.


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bigblueaz

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Hi @Vondy been a while. would you mind a little flashback? I need to add a switch plate for the light bars and whips. Do you still recommend the switch pros Sp-9100? Also did you cut the plastic behind where you mounted the switch? Or just drill a hole for the wire? Since I have an R vs X, the area in the rear doesn't match any of your pics.

Anyone here copy Vondy here and find good mounting locations for the control unit?
 
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Vondy

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Hi @Vondy been a while. would you mind a little flashback? I need to add a switch plate for the light bars and whips. Do you still recommend the switch pros Sp-9100? Also did you cut the plastic behind where you mounted the switch? Or just drill a hole for the wire? Since I have an R vs X, the area in the rear doesn't match any of your pics.

Anyone here copy Vondy here and find good mounting locations for the control unit?
Yes, I still have and really like theSP-9100. If you open the filter access cover in the bed, I mounted in the upper left corner. Your R will be the same as the X, there is no difference in machines in that area. I follow what another member done. This location is close to battery(directly behind) and great location for running wires up the roll bar to where ever needed or down thru the center of seats to the front end.
I drilled 2 small holes for the switchplate mounts and one a little larger for the control wire to pass thru.

I originally installed in my 2 seat talon and recently moved the entire piece to the new 4 seater. I used cheap amazon connectors to make it simple to add and remove accessories and also as a common ground.

- Switch Pros - Amazon.com: Switch Pros SP-9100 8-Switch Panel Power System With Concealed Mounting Hardware: Automotive
- Heat shrink terminals - https://amzn.to/2WobIdK
- 8 Position Terminal (1 used for accessories power) - https://amzn.to/2Wsdpa8
- 4 Position Terminal (1 used for ground terminal) - https://amzn.to/2EODbL1
- Ignition trigger wire - KEY ON POWER Harness for Honda Pioneer 1000, 700, 500, and Talon 1000.

Let me know if you have any more questions. This unit makes it so easy to wire everything. Eliminating all the fuses, relays, etc. It is also easily programmable to function in a lot of different ways.
 

bigblueaz

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@Vondy This is from their installation instructions. Although water will not be an issue where you mounted it. I like how clean the terminal block is, seems odd they do not recommend using one.

I see yours shows the stereo, do you have the infinity connected through it?
 

Vondy

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My switchpro is not completely vertical but as it is mounted water would run out of connectors. Terminal block was my choice, may or may not be a good idea depending on riding style. Terminal block is cheap to replace if I see any corrosion. Fewer connection points the better I guess, but I like the way I did it. I also put another 4 position terminal block in front to easily hook in front accessories.

Main power for soundbar goes directly to the battery and there is a switch on the soundbar for that. I generally turn the main on for the weekend or then power up and down the unit thru the switch by the remote wire. Then keep the main switch off when stored.
 
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