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The Polaris RZR Pro XP comes in 3 different trim levels. The Ultimate comes with Ride Command and the Rockford Fosgate tweeters and front speakers. Polaris allows you to upgrade to a stage 3 kit that adds a 10″ subwoofer with a 400-watt amplifier. The stage 4 kit comes with the same 10-inch sub and 400-watt amplifier and two rear 6.5″ speakers.
These kits were designed and wired exactly for these machines and most of it is plug and play. We went step by step through the instructions for you until we hit a few items that were not exactly as they were in the instructions and then we show you how to make this much easier of an installation!
There is no need to rip the interior completely out of your machine! It is much easier to remove a few covers and snake a wire 18″.
The installation of the Polaris RZR Pro XP Rockford Fosgate Stage 4 Audio Upgrade should take you around 2 hours with the way we installed everything in the video. Be sure to have some small zip ties as they are not included in the kit and you will need them to secure the rear speakers wiring harness.
We also have the Rockford Fosgate Stage 5 system in our CanAm X3 XRS (that installation is also on our channel) and that system seems to have better quality speakers, but it is not specifically designed for your machine like this kit is.
Overall, this Polaris RZR Pro XP Rockford Fosgate Stage 4 Audio Upgrade made the radio much louder. If you have an early 2020 Pro XP, you will want to upgrade your Ride Command for better audio output. One the trails, we find we are riding at level 9 and above. The speakers are clear without distortion and can be heard with a helmet on.
The addition of a roof and windshield significantly help in retaining the sound in the cab and would be a good addition to any Pro XP if hearing the radio at the lowest volume is important.