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05-15-2016 03:28 PM
JMJOHN Very nice new 330w ROKKER XXR Extreme kit here, using J&Ms new ROKKER 6.71" speakers XXRK-330SP2-15RG Product Information ,,,,,,

not the cheapest in town but certainly one of the best in the performance department ,,,,,,
05-15-2016 09:13 AM
Bunker
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Soundzcustomz website still confuses me even more that they added a stage v. Anybody familiar with the difference between iv and v?


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looks like the V is component set (separate tweeter)
05-14-2016 04:46 PM
ScreamingSkulls
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Originally Posted by Bunker View Post
for $500...

Cerwin Vega B2/B52
Infinity Kappa 62.11
Biketronics Line Leveler

if you can stretch your budget;
Biketronics 2015 AND UP RG BT2180 AMP & SPEAKER PACKAGE $665 w/RGorg forum discount.

There are other combos depending on what music you like ie Arc Moto 602's if you like bass (but wouldn't run them off a PBR personally). Focal PC 165's if you want SQ. Hertz Millie's (not a fan but they are well reviewed by others) if you want loud.
My exact setup except i did a pac 50 and it sounds great. 90mph and can hear perfectly. That cerwin is a great amp with those speakers.
05-14-2016 07:08 AM
dwighop Soundzcustomz website still confuses me even more that they added a stage v. Anybody familiar with the difference between iv and v?


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05-02-2016 11:33 PM
Bullshark Hey RGornothin, when you picked up your MPAK 12 did you happen to get the installation instruction manual? Received my (MPAK 12) kit for my '15 RGS from Arc but nothing was included. Started stripping apart the bike tonight but didn't get much further than that. If you have any pics of the amp install or tips that would be wonderful.

I have reached out to tech support but haven't heard back, I am sure I can fiddle my way through the install but would rather do it correct.

Cheers!
03-16-2016 06:43 PM
Tech Addiction Thanks, I have a sound stream that had too much bass for Kappa's by themselves so I purchased the Biketronics high pass line conditioner and it sounds awesome but wanted to bypass for rear Alpine 69R 6x9's since they handle more bass.
03-16-2016 06:40 PM
RGornothin just got back from daytona. picked up the M.P.A.K 12 kit from the ARC booth ($750)... didn't get a chance to install it yet . ben busy cleaning the RV . and got a few buddys here in NC , doing dome riding to break up their trip back home to PA


hey bunker, i saw that you tube video ! helpful ! thanx !
03-16-2016 06:12 PM
Bunker
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Since this thread is specific to my bike which is a 2016 Road Glide Special, does anyone know which plug or wires go to the Rear Speakers? I've already done the flash and I have already run wires for the rear Speakers to the fairing but am just now getting the rear speakers installed. I'm ready to hook the rears up but don't know if it requires a special radio harness or if there is already a rear speaker plug or wires to tap into. I prefer to tap in instead of spending the money for plug and play. Any diagram or pictures? Thanks in advance..
you need a stock Ultra flash (0 amp, 4 speakers) to make the rear active.

here is where the connector is (video shows front and rear channels), remember you have to flash for it to be active (when active, you'll have the fader under audio)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nS6LfH-jozQ
03-16-2016 04:09 PM
Spazz
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I've been researching this also. I agree there is no harness but I do believe that the black plug on top of the radio next to connector 280 which is where you plug in the headset harness is for the rear speakers?
If that is the case... the schematic in the back of service manual will give a pinout for it... I'll check when I get home from work

Thing is... unless you flash via Digital Tech at HD they will NOT be active and serve no use...

15/16 RG/RG'S are configured to 2 speaker setup only from factory (no fade control)
03-16-2016 03:54 PM
thealien
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The 15/16 RGS does not come stock with rear speaker harnesses. If you want that harness, you will need to buy it and tap in. I just used the two front channels for input into the amp and run all 4 speakers out of the amp
I've been researching this also. I agree there is no harness but I do believe that the black plug on top of the radio next to connector 280 which is where you plug in the headset harness is for the rear speakers?
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