Cander is pointing you in the right direction. However, you don't necessarily need to restrict your speaker search to marine grade only. If you're going to constantly ride in rain storms then the marine grade speakers might be a good investment. Many riders (myself included) didn't go the marine grade speaker route and have systems that are still running perfect here two years later.
I occasionally wash my bike at the car wash, and have been caught out in the rain numerous times and my fairly inexpensive Kappa's are still kicking. Of course you don't want untreated paper cone speakers, but there are plenty of non-marine options out there that will hold up pretty well even if they aren't marine rated.
Next thing to do is set a budget, and then determine whether you want a plug and play kit available from some of the vendors highly recommended around here, or whether you want to piece something together yourself.
When I did my audio upgrade no one besides J&M was offering a "kit" for the new Rushmore RGs so I pieced together my own system using components I chose myself. But now there are many plug and play options available if you want to go that route.
The OEM Harley HK units (4.3 and 6.5) are perfectly fine for using as the original source. A good AMP, speakers and BT355 line leveler will yield a system that most everyone can be happy with and worlds apart from how the bike sounds coming out of the factory.
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Last edited by wevsspot; 10-03-2017 at 10:25 AM.