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  1. Fireball Jack
    01-12-2018 07:30 PM
    Sorry to bug you but I was wondering if you could answer a quick question. I have 2012 ultra Kenwood 998 SS pn4.1000D kappa's in the fairing and Kickers in the rear tour pak. Would I benefit from an amp upgrade to a BT4180? I would like a speaker upgrade in the future or is there a better option.
  2. murph
    10-20-2017 05:38 PM
    sorry. meant to send a PM..lol
  3. Gannicus
    10-17-2017 11:25 PM
    I like the 4 ohm better.
  4. pglider
    10-17-2017 08:14 PM
    Can I or should I run the MMATS 601.8 8ohm for better clearity as opposed to th 4 ohm ?
  5. pglider
    10-17-2017 08:05 PM
    Thanks Gannicus for the help!!
  6. pglider
    10-16-2017 08:16 PM
    Gannicus ,have a few ideas for my 08 flhx I would like to run by you.Sold my 1000d going to use my hdp4 and fosgate t400x2ad alpine 149bt,going to replace my fairing spks with mmats 601.8 and b3 horns,then run prv6mb600 in the lowers,want to keep my 6900 pros in lids.Question is run the horns from the t400x2ad then parallel the fronts-lowers off the hdp4 fr ch 6900pros rear ch?Already have the hdp4-fosgate amps still planning front stage-lowers options.Any thoughts or recommendations would be appreciated.Thanks pglider Paul
  7. Gooey2
    10-12-2017 02:53 PM
    Hey G refresh my memory what 6x9 panasonic speakers are the good ones? Thanks Glenn
  8. jondle1
    05-23-2017 09:05 AM
    Gannicus , I bought the Polk audio speakers and the power acoustic amp . Thanks for the recommendation . I am worried I will loose fm . I hardly listen to anything but fm . Is there any thing I can do to not loose fm . I have a fairing antenna becouse most of the time I don't have my tour pack on . I have a 1997 ultra with a 2012 Harmon radio . Or would there be a different amp that would work just as good but retain full fm , or am I worried about nothing . I see something about bike tropics amps working . Kinda spendy but
  9. Gannicus
    01-30-2017 12:10 PM
    Welcome to the Audio forum Sir!

    The JL Audio MHX280/4 is an excellent amp bridged to 2 speakers.

    Don't need the Rushmore amp kit.
    All you need is one of these:

    The JM speakers are junk. I've had every speaker JM ever made. Trust me you don't want the JM speakers!

    The speakers you do want are the DD AW6.5's with the AT28 tweeters. These can be had a good price from BaggerLabAudio. The guy who owns it is a good friend of mine Haze324 on the forum.

    You will also want to get rid of the pods and get the Biketronics brackets to mount your speakers:


    You can leave your stock speakers as they are or you can switch those out as well. You need to get a different amp 4 channel amp to switch em out.
  10. prattp
    01-30-2017 10:40 AM
    Gannicus... I've been following some of your posts and information on the forums. Really informational, I'm new at the audio portion but an ole biker and want "better - louder" sound out of my 2014 ultra. Here is what I'm thinking of buying to achieve this.

    JM - HCRK-6712XX - $317.89
    JL Audio MHX280/4 - $150
    Biketronics Rushmore amp kit $264.80
    8ga Amp install kit $15

    My question is can I leave the stock rear speakers in and get good sound out of them? And is there anything missing from my list, or would you change anything.

    Thank you so much for your help.

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