Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: Eastern Shore Maryland
That's why there's 31 flavors, one for everyone. Don't want a loud stereo don't get one but at the same time don't beat your chest and tell everyone that loud stereos are unsafe or make you less of a rider, that's BS. I like my tunes hard and loud one day and not at all the next. I don't run through town with the volume turned way up either. A well installed aftermarket system will sound clearer and sharper at lower volumes than most OEM systems and when you want to hear it at 70 mph it still sounds good and clear.
I can't wait for Ma Vic to give us the ability to sync our mobile phones and talk while riding and have a sip of coffee from my mug sitting in my Kruzer Cady and flipping my GoPros's Wi-Fi remote on and off to catch some cool videos or photos. Some people can safely multitask all day long and they know when to pay full attention to the road as well.
As for the ear buds, in my opinion much more unsafe than a loud free air sound system, but that's "my" opinion so I don't wear them. For those of you that do use them, rock on!
By the way I'm starting my sound system upgrade this weekend, bigger speakers, big amps, big wires and hopefully when I'm done big clean sound! I plan on doing a full step by step for those interested. Ride safe....
2014 Anniversary Edition Cross Country Tour #110
Touring Cams, PCV, Performance Air Filter,
Adjustable Timing System, D&D's Un-Baffled,
120hp/114tq (Installed by Kyle)
2012 Victory Cross Country Tour Pearl White (Totaled)
Drop in Cams, VFC III, First Gen Air Filter, Stage 1 pipes, 110hp/107tq (installed by Kevinx)
Vice President "Chesapeake Bay Victory Riders"
Last edited by sgtduke; 11-08-2013 at 09:45 AM.