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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-23-2014, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Inner Fairing Wall Speakers

I have an extra (100w rms) channel on my amp to use and I don't want to waste it. I'm looking for recommendations for a quality speaker that will fit in my inner fairing wall. I have a pair of Infinity Kappa 62.11 but it won't fit with the grill, I might look for a different one.

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Thumbs up New Grills

Yep just buy different grills, I have HW speakers w/ RF Power series grills

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I have Polk Audio 6X9's they have soft wire grills. Also had to change side fork bolts to "buttonhead" type.
I have a photobucket pic file of the install, let me know if you want a link to it.
They sound good with the RF 300 W amp.
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Stereo Install

Here you go:

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Even with the low grilles on these I had to squish them a bit with the paint stick trick, after that no problem. There is a pic of how I did it.
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I went with Polk audio 6.5 in the inner fairing and was able to keep my pockets up front.
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Thx for the info. I just added a set of tweeters in the center wall of the inner fairing and called it a day.


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I went with Polk audio 6.5 in the inner fairing and was able to keep my pockets up front.
Any chance you have pictures of this install you would be willing to share?
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