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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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No Cage Audio’s New 2015+ Roadglide faring only Kit

No Cage has put together a new faring only amp and speaker kit for those of you interested in a dramatic upgrade in the sound system on your 2015 and newer Roadglides. This system is completely plug and play with no cutting of any Factory wires.

This system is designed around the New Hawg Wired NX652-80 6.5” 2 ohm Component speakers which have the tweeter bridge mounted and comes with 2 way passive crossovers. These new speakers sound amazing with some of the best bass available in a 6.5” speaker at any cost. We match these speakers with the Arc KS 125.2 BX Mini amp. This is one of the most dependable, cleanest amps ever designed for a motorcycle. The NX652-80 2 ohm speakers let you take advantage of all the power this amp puts out (125 Watts RMS x2 channels at 2 ohms).

We also make use of Arc’s HD Harness and 2014+ Wire Kit Retrofit and the RG15 Amp tray. This makes install and hookup a snap with this all plug and play wiring kit. No Line Levelers are required with this kit

We think this is $$$ for $$$ the best entry level Plug and Play 2015+ Roadglide system on the market.

Now for the down side, this system as configured is NOT expandable. The use of the 2 ohm speakers to get the most power from this amp will not let you add another set of 2 ohm or 4 ohm speakers.

To the guys looking to upgrade their faring only setup, this is not a big deal. For those of you that are wanting to add more speakers down the road, we have some different options.

No Cage Audio Price $650.00 shipped
Roadglide Forum Price $585.00 shipped
Bonus discount for first 3 units sold $550.00 shipped

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Another sold, thanks Racer1, those will ship out Thursday

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You say best entry level system, what would you consider a mid grade system - the Arc MPAK12? I'm not in a rush to upgrade audio as comfort items like seat and windshield need to come first but sometime later this year I'll be looking to pull the trigger on a plug & play package and when that time comes will be willing to go in for a grand.
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You say best entry level system, what would you consider a mid grade system - the Arc MPAK12? I'm not in a rush to upgrade audio as comfort items like seat and windshield need to come first but sometime later this year I'll be looking to pull the trigger on a plug & play package and when that time comes will be willing to go in for a grand.
Hey Scorpion,

You bring up a good point and something I should clarify. Most of our sales are also installs. Which means that I am responsible for not only the warranty of the equipment if it fails, but also the labor to remove and replace it if it should fail. I cannot afford to sell "Budget" equipment that keeps the price low but has a high failure rate.

No Cage Audio is not an Internet seller. We do not sell on Ebay or Amazon or Facebook. You cannot buy off of my Website, in fact my website sucks (I built it myself and it shows)

We do not sell or install budget speakers and amps. Our "Entry" level system is built around Motorcycle Stereo Industry Standard's Hawg Wired and Arc Audio. Two of the most respected names in Motorcycle stereo (don't confuse Hawg Wired with Hog Tunes). Everything both of these manufacturers make is top flight. There are Hawg Wired systems on this forum that are going on 3-5 years of running with no issues and that's an eternity in Sled Stereo life.

This is an excellent sounding "Entry" level 2 speaker faring system. Put together with well built equipment made to last in our bikes.

This system is designed for the guy that wants a quality built, serious upgrade in his stereo and does not want to spend a fortune on it and has no intention of adding more speakers in the future.

Dang...I think I may have had toooo much coffee this morning
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Hey Slo, what are the peak and RMS power handling specs on the Hawg Wired NX652-80 speakers? How about sensitivity? I visited Hawg Wired's product page and those are no where to be found.

Do the bridge mounted tweeters clear the OEM grills on the 2015 up Road Glides?


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Sloride, thanks for the in depth response.
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Hey Slo, what are the peak and RMS power handling specs on the Hawg Wired NX652-80 speakers? How about sensitivity? I visited Hawg Wired's product page and those are no where to be found.

Do the bridge mounted tweeters clear the OEM grills on the 2015 up Road Glides?
250 Peak, 100 Watts RMS, Sensitivity 91.2

Yes, these speakers were designed from the ground up for the 2014 and newer Harleys. They use Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnets to be able to reduce the basket size to fit the new Harley's

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Sloride, thanks for the in depth response.
Sorry if I got a little long winded

In my mind

"Entry Level" means 2 speakers and dependable plug and play system

"Mid Level" would give you a 4 channel amp and the ability to add more speakers without replacing equipment

"High End" would give you a system that will drown out the band when you pull in on "Bike Night" Ask MightyWhitey about his system, I think they banned him from "Bike Night"
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Sorry if I got a little long winded

In my mind

"Entry Level" means 2 speakers and dependable plug and play system

"Mid Level" would give you a 4 channel amp and the ability to add more speakers without replacing equipment

"High End" would give you a system that will drown out the band when you pull in on "Bike Night" Ask MightyWhitey about his system, I think they banned him from "Bike Night"
Not a case of "excessive wind" at all. Just good relevant and applicable information.
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Sorry if I got a little long winded

In my mind

"Entry Level" means 2 speakers and dependable plug and play system

"Mid Level" would give you a 4 channel amp and the ability to add more speakers without replacing equipment

"High End" would give you a system that will drown out the band when you pull in on "Bike Night"
I got that^^, but...JUST Me (from a non-audiophile perspective)

Entry level; $4-700
Mid level: $7-1000
High End: $1000+

Im up for entry level in the next 5 months
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