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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-31-2014, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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New fronts or add inner fairing?

I currently have a set of hogtunes 5x7's in the stock position (75 w x2 ohm). If I was going to buy one new set of speakers, would it be better to replace those, or add the inner fairing speaker?

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I'm not familiar with the hogtunes speakers or what quality of sound they put out, but adding the inner fairing speakers with your set will definitely fill the sound coming out from the front of the bike.

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Dont Loose Track of who I think Invented the speakers in the Inner Fairing Concept, and what they or How they Perceived the Inner Fairing Speaker Mod to B!
They started w/a Hawg Wired 4 channel Amp and ran 4-6.5 inch speakers off that single amp.
So therefore leave ur bike alone or do the thing up rite!
Hog Tunes Suck,...
Hawg Wired R-U-L-E-S!
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I bought the bike used with the hog tunes already on it. The amp is only 35w/ channel. I got a pbr300x2, and a Sony head, and I'm going to get one set of speakers (for now), just not sure if I add inners or upgrade the current 5x7's.

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If you're only going to have one 2 channel amp, I would upgrade the speakers.

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