Thanks for the help so far. I appreciate it. It seems like the kappa and Cerwin amp is like the fail safe system and you can’t go wrong with it. My biggest worry is buying that and finding out if I spent a little more money on one of those other speakers the results would be a big difference.
The Kappas and B52 are fail safe options. Everything fits without a single modification, it's an easy install (as far as bike audio installs go), and there is definitely an improvement in audio volume and quality at speed. Also hard to beat the "bang for the buck" if you're sticking with just fairing speakers and an AMP.
So I've been pouring over the dimensional specs on the speakers you've got in your cart;
Focal Access 165 A1 / 2.6" mounting depth - may not fit without a tapered spacer or pod modification
Peak power handling capacity is a little on low side at 120W, but good sensitivity @ 92dB. And we all know that many really good speakers can handle a lot more power than they are rated for
I know that they fit in a batwing, just not sure if they fit in a shark.
Focal 165ca1 / 2.5" mounting depth - may not fit without a tapered spacer or pod modification
Same power handling and sensitivity as the 165 A1 component set
Hertz esk-165L.5 / 2.56" mounting depth. This is actually a little shallower than the HCX 165 and we know that the HCX 165 speakers will fit using the BT tapered speaker spacer. So there's no reason that these wouldn't fit.
Very good peak power handling capacity at 300W with good sensitivity @ 92dB
Hertz hcx 165 / 2.72". These are a confirmed fit in the Road Glide speaker fairing using the BT tapered speaker spacer.
Good peak power handling capacity at 200W and good sensitivity @ 92dB
Selfishly speaking I'd love for you to try out any of the Focal or Hertz speakers that you've got in your cart. Without guinea pigs we just never know what will fit without spacers or cutting the pods. Of all the speakers you're considering, the Hertz ESK-165L speakers are the ones that really catch my eye. Looks like you could put tons of clean power to them, they have a good sensitivity rating, they are components and of course they are Hertz (albeit the lower tier manufactured in China). Please please please give those a try