I hate to put a damper on the enthusiasm, but the best thing that amp is good for is a paperweight. The 300x2 was a cheap way to upgrade audio on 13 and down bikes with 2 ohm speakers. It was the first amp I used on a bike and for an economy upgrade it was ok. A lot of folks assume that if the 300x2 was decent than the 300x4 should be ok as well, but that's not the case - especially on 14 and up bikes. Both the 300x2 and 300x4 run hot as hell, especially if you work them hard. They perform better with hi level speaker inputs than RCAs meaning you will have to have a special connector made or cut your factory harness and they won't work well with line levelers on the Rushmore bikes (compared to the performance of other amps). It also only pushes 75W at 4ohm - way under powered for any decent 4 ohm speaker.
The CV B54 and a couple of the soundstream options are much better entry level 4 channel amps at relatively low prices. Again, the 300x2 was acceptable with 2 ohm speakers in primarily 13 and down bikes. The 300x4 is a flat out turd. Save your money and spend a few more bucks on better equipment and you'll be much happier in the long run.
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2018 CVO RG lava orange, 117 Stage 3, 14" F47 and a few chrome extras. Boom crap gone.
2016 RG Special Cosmic Blue, 120ST with Dragos 2:1 and TTS tuner, FBI drop seat kit and JNR air ride. Stock audio long gone.
Last edited by roadie13; 12-30-2017 at 07:20 AM.