I was able to finish up my amp and speaker install this week, and it sounds great. I am not audio techie by any stretch, so it took me a lot longer than I thought, partially because of RCA cable availability locally, had to order what I needed, which took several days. The Polk speakers mounted easily, but the amp was more of a challenge, as it is 4 times the size of the Victory amp in their audio kit. I used some 1/8" thick angle, 1"x2", made an additional bend on the correct angle, then used some 1/8" flat stock to mount the amp to. I was able to use the studs provided to mount the Victory amp, and it is very sturdy. I used a marine grade aux plug for the iPod and used a rocker switch to turn the amp on. Power for the amp was run directly from the battery, while the power and ground for the switch came from the heated grip plug in the headlight bucket. In order to easily remove the fairing I had to come up with a quick disconnect for the 8 gauge wires running from the battery, finally discovered plugs made for a winch. Not installed yet, as I needed to order them too, but will get them installed next week. All in all, not a bad project, even easier if you know audio systems and can fabricate a bracket. Learning how to do things for the first time, like adjusting the amp output voltage for peak efficiency, makes the job even more satisfying. Here are a few pics of the install.
2012 Cross Roads with Cross Country Fairing, Victory Tri-Oval exhaust, Lloyd's drop in cams, timing wheel, air filter, PCV, underdrive pulley, dyno tune by KevinX, Barracuda Wedge Badges, Primary & Cam Covers, Victory Mitered Chubby Handlebars w/Avon Grips, Kuryakyn Saber-Tooth Taillights, Saddlebag Powerlet, Ultimate Seat
2006 Vegas with Ness Fly Bars w/Rad III controls, Jackpot headlight, Floorboards, SRVT Clubs w/Thundermonster QQ baffles, S&S Intake, Stainless oil lines. SOLD