The 2019 MB Quart Blue Steel RZR installed with Stage 5 RZR Tuned Audio Kit is an absolute BEAST of a machine. The Stage 5 RZR Kit includes: NH1-120 and NHT1-120 compression horns, GMR-LED Source Unit, NA2-400.2RC and NA2-400.1 amplifiers, 10” Powersports Subwoofer (in a vented/ported) and tune sub enclosure. BIG SHOUT-OUTS to AZP Concepts, HCR Racing, Pro Armor, Axia Alloys, XTC Power Products, Quick Light, Heise, Evolution Powersports, MSA Wheels, and EFX Tires for making this dream build become a reality.
Here is a link to the MB Quart Instagram page where you can watch a quick teaser of the Blue Steel beast for yourself.
The complete build sheet is below. Take a look.
– 2 Seat Low Profile Cage with Light Bar Bucket (integrated into the roof)
– Elite Mid-Travel Suspension Kit
– 4pt Auto-style Seat Harnesses
– 2” x 2” Cube LED Lights
– 33” Single Row LED Lightbar
– LE Edition Suspension Seats
– (2) 6” Convex Folding Side Mirrors
– 9” Panoramic Rear-View Mirror
– Quick Release 2lb Fire Extinguisher
– Street Legal Turn Signal Plug, Play Kit, and Power Control System
– 6 Switch Power Control System with Strobe
– RGB Lighted Whips with Rear Facing Brake Light
– RGB LED Rock Light Pods Through Out
– White LED Rock Light Pods Through Out
– Magnum Slip On Exhaust
– Stage 2 ECU Programming
– RZR Specific Stage 5 Tuned Audio System
– 16” M21 LOK with Color Matched Bead Locks
– 32” MotoClaw
This incredible build would not have been possible without any of your partnership and support. Thank you.
The photoshoot took place on the 4th of July and was celebrating the official release of the 2019 Blue Steel RZR and that Maxxsonics participated in the 4th of July parade.
Chad went into some detail on what was the inspiration behind the build. He stated:
“The idea behind this build was a West Coast style approach. Since we travel to a lot of different events throughout the US (including: Mud Nationals in Arkansas and Minnesota, Brimstone in Tennessee, Rally on the Rocks in Utah, Camp RZR in California just to mention a few) you see different styles. The West Coast style consists of a mid to long travel suspension, lower profile cage with aftermarket seats and a nice clean look. This is for specific riding on Dunes, Desert Trails, Rocks at Moab, etc. When you take this style of build to the Midwest or East Coast people just walk around it in aw and is a great conversation starter. Just like taking a lifted mud machine that is common in the southeast and dropping it in the West Coast.”
Chad highlighted what MB Quart products were used and why exactly. He continued with:
“We used our MB Quart RZR specific tuned Stage 5 Audio System. For the highs it consists of (4) 8” compression horns which give you great mid-bass as well as extremely loud highs. This is paired with our 10” ported glovebox subwoofer enclosure to give that low-end bass response. The entire system is powered by two 400-watt amplifiers (1 mono, 1 two channel operating at 2 ohms) giving you a total of 800 watts which is plenty of power to get this system to give you a smile. The entire system receives all the audio information from our GMR-LED source unit. The installation comes down to our plug and play harness which makes this system very easy for most people to install on a weekend afternoon in their garage.”
When talking about what’s next Chad went on to say:
“The next round of this vehicle build will be revealed at Sand Sport Super Show in September at the Orange County Fairgrounds in California.”
Below you’ll be able to see some of the best shots from the photoshoot.
The results are stunning. Enjoy.