I don't think subs are really 'achievable' on the bike without a mono block amp mounted in the bags themselves, then you're out the bag space and chewing up the battery too quickly.
a full range in the lids is more doable and makes decent bass with oval speakers, 5x7, 6x9 have better low end handling than 6.5's
true mass to power for a sub is 6:1 and at least 3:1 and that about a 3000w peak amp, at which point, you've overrun your bikes 30amp capacity or taxing it heavily. plus you have to have the speaker mass to back it up.
I get close to fast drawing down the battery with a pair of 1000w peak rockford PBR300x2's
I like the setup I have because it's compact, clear and efficient, good math can be involved in your decicions, not just cost, but performance, and resilience
stacked bridge mounted component speakers are what I went with, install like coaxials and perform with better separation, ZX in the front and HAT in the back, although the Hogtunes lids look interesting.
you'll get many opinions
If you go with a PBR300x2 setup or hawg wired CS/RS amp, I have brackets that fit those applications, leave room for the extra side wall speakers, leave everything neat out of the way
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