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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Crash Bar 6.5" Speaker Pod Kit

Anybody see or use these? Not many (no) speaker options for the HoggChopps lowers. And, don't care for the cost (or look) of the HD lowers (either the RG lowers or adjusting the fairing, plus the UG lowers). But, would like a second set of speakers.

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I am sure they would get the job done... Maybe with different covers that don't draw so much attention to them? I think I would go to another set of speakers in the inner faring before I mounted those up. Just sayin...
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Bag lid speakers are big lately and a good option for more sound. Search around the forum for some cool examples. Jedi just put some on his bike of the month and they look pretty bad ass.
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Agreed, they would make it look like the bike has big 'ol ears!!!

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I am sure they would get the job done... Maybe with different covers that don't draw so much attention to them? I think I would go to another set of speakers in the inner faring before I mounted those up. Just sayin...
Bottom line, if you are down with em, and they get you the sounds you want, pull the trigger.
Been considering these as well. Would have to grab a new 4 speaker amp (replacing my 2 speaker amp) for the fairing from Hogtunes or someone else. It looks like with lid speakers you only lose a small portion of bag space in the lids, but I don't want to sacrifice the regular bag space for an amp...

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Id mount speakers facing the fork tubes in the inner fairing before entertaining the mouse ear pods.
I dont think youll find a 4 channel amp that'll fit in the fairing, but you could run two Arc mini amps.


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