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Hey guys, first post here. Just picked up my brand new maverick X3 a few days ago. Super excited as I’m finally getting back into riding after 8 years!

Anyway, I am interested in installing a Switch-Pro 9100 in the x3. I have one installed in my Tacoma and I love it. The only issue I seem to be running into is the mount plate. It appears the only options out there are custom made ones.

So, I came across this...https://www.sxsperformance.com/ssv-can-am-maverick-x3-dash-mounting-panel-for-the-mrb3-bluetooth-media-controller.html

do you think that it would fit the SP panel?

my second option is to buy a ruggedradios panel and modify it a bit to make it fit. I would also be using the Switch-Pros as the starter button.

For or those that have the SP, can you post pics of your mounting solution for the panel?
 

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Thanks for the replies guys! I am actually considering mounting mine exactly like yours sandfreak. I’ll be purchasing the rugged radios dash panels as well. However, rugged radios sells block off plates. I was planning on mounting the switch pro on the RM-60 block off plate since I only plan on running the intercom setup.
 

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I used the mega steering wheel mount and just drilled new holes works great and right where it need to be and out of the way ..
 

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I have Switch pros, Rugged, SSV, and the Mega mounts. PM on any of these items. I like the mount over the starter button with the Rugged Radio plate. These are all very creative mounting solutions.
 

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Just ordered the mount I originally linked in my original post. Planning on mounting my Switch-Pros unit there. Based on the dimensions, it should mount right up and look factory...hopefully lol. Im also planning on relocating my factory battery to underneath my passenger seat. I will be upgrading to a odyssey 925 battery but I will still only be running a single battery setup. The factory bitterly location is where i will mount my Switch-Pros control unit as well as an auxiliary fuse box.

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Just got my switch pros. Mocked it up inside the SSV mount. No drilling was needed at all. It will bolt right in to the SSV panel/mount. I’ll get in mocked up in the car tomorrow and post pics. We will see how I like the position of where it’s mounted.
 

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Here it is is installed in the car. I had to slightly modify the plastic base plate. Not pretty but you wont see that part when mounted.

I actually like the positioning of the unit. I can hit the switches easily with our having to reach for them and they are at eye level so I can just glance over to see what’s on and what’s not
 

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I’m mounting the actual control module under my
passenger seat along with an auxiliary fuse box.
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This whole panel is getting mounted under my passenger seat.
 
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