Started off with an Alpine CDA-9886 and Hawg Wired adapter. Only bummer is the white trim around the deck, but I think my buddy has a black one from another Alpine deck I can swap.
I installed some Polk MM651's in the fairing using some Hawg Wired speaker rings. These are badass, way better quality than my Dragonfly rings I installed in my '10 FLHX. I also used some Hogtunes metal speaker grills.
In the rear I used the Yaffe version of the Cycle Sounds lids. Basically these are garbage. The quality leaves a lot to be desired. And the Headache Eliminator Kit does not eliminate any headaches without modifications, which I figured out AFTER the install.
-Two slots need to be ground with a Dremel cutting wheel and the insert bent a little to allow them to bite the plastic lid and keep from spinning.
-The screw holes do not line up properly so a couple are at an angle
-The gasket material is weaker than the stock HD material, so the bag latches don't snap closed as securely.
-The lid strap does not fit properly
-The speaker grills themselves aren't made very well and bend easily (unlike the Hogtunes grills in front)
My other issue is that I used TS-A9665R's instead of TS-D6902R's and I can't change them out without a lot of work. I'm leaving them in there for now.
Other items I'm working on:
-I'm installing a Bluetooth module so I can stream Pandora and Spotify to the Alpine deck. I will not be installing a microphone. I do not take calls when I'm riding, I ride to get away from phone calls among other things.
-MM651's in color-matched lower fairings. I'll be running the wiring through the crash bar
-I'm mounting a PN4.520D on the left side of the fairing using a home-made bracket. Additionally I'm making a bracket for the right side that can either fit a PN4.520D or two smaller amps. Right now I'll install a PN2.350D to run the 6x9's, but there's enough room to later mount a PBR300X2 to run a pair of speakers in my tour pak.
-I'm trying to decide whether to install some HID lights, or just wait until I can buy the Daymakers
More pics to come...
More pics of my pile of junk to be installed: