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I am wondering, because I was looking at the overall center area. I would like to add at least 3 Ram mounts, 1 for driver cell, passenger cell, and middle for a 7 to 10 inch tablet (RAM / armed below the center screen).

Mainly because these are all items that I find usually in a vehicle, and on my previous machine I had a GPS or Cell in the center of my handle bars, as such, I will obviously want to station them near my center console for use of their apps / information.

Before it all starts, pending the center unit, this might not be necessary as in my Camaro the mylink system pairs with my phone and I need nothing else, however, that is not always the case in early iterations of systems.

Therefore, I want to be able to communicate with my passenger in the appropriate manner and allow her the chance to use a tablet or her cell while enjoying the ride.

I am not condoning or suggesting texting / app'ing / emailing whilst driving.

That being said, having a GPS and a tablet with Waze open can lead you to some awesome places.
 

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Love that Waze.

Not sure about the material. It looks like the Polaris mount kit will attach to the blade wind screen bar. Either way that's pretty much my plan. I suspect you can also safely attach to dash. I'm sure it's strong enough to hold a phone or GPS. Might require a little bracing for the tablet.
 

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I am wondering, because I was looking at the overall center area. I would like to add at least 3 Ram mounts, 1 for driver cell, passenger cell, and middle for a 7 to 10 inch tablet (RAM / armed below the center screen).

Mainly because these are all items that I find usually in a vehicle, and on my previous machine I had a GPS or Cell in the center of my handle bars, as such, I will obviously want to station them near my center console for use of their apps / information.

Before it all starts, pending the center unit, this might not be necessary as in my Camaro the mylink system pairs with my phone and I need nothing else, however, that is not always the case in early iterations of systems.

Therefore, I want to be able to communicate with my passenger in the appropriate manner and allow her the chance to use a tablet or her cell while enjoying the ride.

I am not condoning or suggesting texting / app'ing / emailing whilst driving.

That being said, having a GPS and a tablet with Waze open can lead you to some awesome places.

If your talking about the various colored panels, I'm pretty sure they are the same painted in-mold plastic that is used on all other Polaris vehicles... its pretty durable and easily cut and drill-able for mounting stuff. the best way to get an example would be to look at newer models in existing Polaris dealer showrooms.
 

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Basically, I need 3 good mounts for cell 1, cell 2, and tablet, then another 2 or 3 around the vehicle for some GoPro love.
They would be bases like this circular one, then added arms and mounts for a Nexus 7, 2 Galaxy S5s, and the go pros.

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I am wondering, because I was looking at the overall center area. I would like to add at least 3 Ram mounts, 1 for driver cell, passenger cell, and middle for a 7 to 10 inch tablet (RAM / armed below the center screen).

Mainly because these are all items that I find usually in a vehicle, and on my previous machine I had a GPS or Cell in the center of my handle bars, as such, I will obviously want to station them near my center console for use of their apps / information.

Before it all starts, pending the center unit, this might not be necessary as in my Camaro the mylink system pairs with my phone and I need nothing else, however, that is not always the case in early iterations of systems.

Therefore, I want to be able to communicate with my passenger in the appropriate manner and allow her the chance to use a tablet or her cell while enjoying the ride.

I am not condoning or suggesting texting / app'ing / emailing whilst driving.

That being said, having a GPS and a tablet with Waze open can lead you to some awesome places.
holys**t man, your slingshot is gonna give you guys cancer. with all due respect, if she needs to read 50 shades of gray on the tablet during your excursion in a slingshot, dunno if its being done right...
 
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