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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-17-2018, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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Almost ready!!!!

Post office holding amp BT4180.15RG and just picked up speakers and waiting on hog tune grills and Iíll be ready in a week of so put it all in...
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-17-2018, 06:21 PM
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Nice, you will love the amp. Lots of clean power to push them Hertz. Let us know how you like the set up when you get the install done. I have two BT amps under the fairing pushing six HAT speakers, sounds awesome. Rock on !!!!
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Wonder if they can handle all 180 watts? Also how did you get 2 amps in fairing what mode amps? Also Iím putting both crossovers in fairing and not sure how to put the tweeter in like the pic here or upper right more so it will have @.53Ē depth behind grill. Just wondering it put it in that corner would it hit the woofer?
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Just for shits I checked on u tube to see if anyone is running a BT 4180 and the Hertz on a road glide and there is. Sounded really nice. Iím not sure on your install on the tweeters, lm running BT 7.1 speaks in the fairing, 6.5 in my lowers and 6x9ís in the lids. My scooter is a 2011, I have the BT 4180 and 2180 mounted up behind the glovebox on both sides. I used heavy duty commercial Velcro. I have had the fairing off a few times and the amps have never moved. Check out u tube I think you will be pleased with what you hear. And Iím sure it sounds even better in person.
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Most are tuning 165.3 or 165.3 proís but no ones running the MLK 1650.3ís
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