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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-26-2013, 08:13 AM Thread Starter
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Default Blown speaker

well cranked it to much and now need a replacement.
Whats the speaker model of choice these days?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-26-2013, 08:57 AM
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well cranked it to much and now need a replacement.
Whats the speaker model of choice these days?
You'll no doubt want to go aftermarket but I have some stock speakers if you just want to replace the one you blew out. I had the Kickers installed before taking deliver of the bike as part of my $500 in free accessories. You can have it for the cost of shipping if interested.
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I just bought some 6.5" Titan II's that are scheduled to be here on July 2nd. I currently have the stock sized Polk audios installed that I will be selling if you are interested. But if you are doing the work anyway maybe at least consider the upgrade to the 6.5" speakers? Especially if you plan on using an amp somewhere down the road.

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So that would be an indorsement
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Kicker , but which model? PS5250?
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If you are going up to the 6.5", you will need to add the cost of the brackets ($50), and an amp ($150 up plus wiring harnesses and mounting hardware for the Rockford Fosgate PBR 300......more $$$$ for the Hog Tunes or Titan), but does make a huge difference. Stay away from the cheapie amps sold on ebay.

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