SSV Works Announces Plug-and-Play Subwoofer Kits for Select Polaris Models

Now shipping and optimized for sound quality and durability, the updated kits now include a 1,000-watt, 10-inch SSV Works V-Series subwoofer.

SSV Works has announced new plug-and-play subwoofer add-on kits for select Polaris models with Ride Command. Now available with an MSRP of $999.99, the three updated kits now include a 10-inch SSV Works V-Series subwoofer.

“With a thumping 1,000-watt MAX (500-watt RMS) SSV Works V-Series subwoofer, these kits are a perfect and easy add-on to select Polaris models that come with stock factory audio that don’t include subwoofers,” explained Trevor Kaplan, SSV Works CEO. “Complete with pre-installed subwoofer, subwoofer enclosure, 500-watt Kicker mono amp, and plug-and-play wiring, these SSV Works kits add deep, clean bass to your system and could not be easier to install.”

The new kits are available for the following: 

  • Polaris Ranger with Ride-Command (RG4-1VRC)
  • Polaris RZR with Ride-Command (RZ34-1VRC)
  • Polaris RZR Pro Series with Ride-Command (RZ5-1VRC)

With its convenient plug-and-play solution, no soldering, cutting or crimping is required. Simply bolt down the subwoofer enclosure, run the wiring, turn the key and go. It is that simple.

“The kits’ fit and finish make it look as though it came straight from the factory and not stick out like a sore thumb,” Kaplan added. “Trail ready, SSV Works equipment are built with both performance and durability in mind. Mud, dirt, water or snow, SSV Works audio systems can handle it all.”

For more information, visit www.SSVWorks.com, call (818) 991-1SSV (1778) or email [email protected].

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