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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-11-2016, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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Hi All, just finished the stereo in the beast. It consists of a Rockford Fosgate T400X, T 500x, 4 T165's and P3D4 8" shallow subs.This thing sounds better than most car stereos. It f$%#@n rocks!!
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and the 8" subs in the lower fairings!!
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Nice system
I'm sure it sounds amazing.
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Wow, that's a hell of a system. Nice looking bike too! Haha.


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Man I love their stuff. Im going to replace mine with Rockford when I blow the factory ones up.


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Hi All, just finished the stereo in the beast. It consists of a Rockford Fosgate T400X, T 500x, 4 T165's and P3D4 8" shallow subs.This thing sounds better than most car stereos. It f$%#@n rocks!!
Cherry! Congrats...soon I'll have a system to be proud of...


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Thanks for the compliments. It makes all the work worth while! Rockford is good stuff. I used it years ago, then switched to Pioneer Premier. The Premier 6.5 are too big, but sound amazing and their amps are badass, but also too big for fairings. This thing sounds better than most car systems and fits in the fairing!! I think I might enter it in the stereo comps at the runs I go on. Have fun and post yours when your done.....
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How did you mount the amps?

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and the 8" subs in the lower fairings!!
That must ROCK!! Nice job..


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