Blog posts tagged with 'Polaris RZR 170'

Polaris RZR 170 Build

So we are lucky enough to be at it again. We have been able to build an awesome version of the RZR1000 and Sportsman ACE with incredible sound and now we are putting together a junior version using the RZR 170. This vehicle presents some significant challenges as it is much smaller than the RZR1000 and doesnt have the same fit and finishes. No matter, our fabrication experts are tearing it down to build it up making sure it stays true to its RZR roots while still delivering the exceptional MTX boom. Stay tuned for more pictures and info as this project comes alive.

RZR 170 New in Shop  RZR 170 Getting Dismantled  RZR 170 Totally Dismantled  RZR 170 with RZR1000 Doors  RZR 170 with RZR 900 Dash Modification 

Polaris RZR 170 Build Part 4
MTX Custom Audio Polaris RZR 170 Layout

This project is finally coming to a close and this is IMHO the coolest 170 that is ever going to hit the trails. So if you remember from our first blog on this topic, we started with a brand new 170 from the factory and as you can see in these finishing photos, it now looks like its bigger brothers in the RZR family. Finished off with two WET104-W 10" marine subwoofers, six WET65-W 6.5" marine speakers, and four MUD100.2 all-weather amplifiers, this machine sounds as good as it looks. Thanks to the guys at XS Power for helping us out with the two new batteries and to all our other friends that helped make this happen.

LED Skid Plate   New Custom Fabricated Hood  Subwoofer Enclosure After Finish  Subwoofer Enclosure Installed  Overhead Speakers and Subs Installed In Enclosure  Interior Speaker Kick Panels  Looks Like a Clown Car

Polaris RZR 170 Build Part 3

Progress continues on our new toy. Subwoofer enclosure is built, parts have gone to powder coat, and it is really coming together.

Subwoofer Enclosure Frame  Subwoofer Enclosure After Fiberglass  Subwoofer Enclosure After Paint  Front End with Light Upgrade  Powder Coated Parts 

Polaris RZR 170 Build Part 2

Progress is continuing on our Polaris 170 project. It may be little but this is going to pack a punch. We had to upgrade it to a dual battery system to deliver the power necessary to run the audio system. We are also creating fiberglass speaker pods and dashboard as well as adding beautiful new wheels and tires to make this 170 extreme enough to be a MTX Ground Pounder. This machine is going to be fun! Stay tuned for audio install pics as we wrap up the rest of the body details.

New Brush Guard  Dual Battery Install  New Dashboard  Speaker Kick Pods  New Wheels and Tires