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04-22-2011 09:06 AM
Originally Posted by tcon287 View Post
How's the HogTunes speakers sound ?
For the price not bad at all
04-21-2011 07:18 PM
Redfish-Joe Just be careful tightening the torx screws. Remember you are attaching plastic!
04-21-2011 06:48 PM
tcon287 How's the HogTunes speakers sound ?
04-21-2011 05:18 PM
buzzman_45011 The wife and I installed a Hogtunes speaker and amp in mine. It didn't take long to get it apart. About 45mins with me being careful and wrapping and turn signals in with rags and then rubberbands so nothing broke. Getting it back together wasn't bad either, getting the fairing to click into the clips in the back when putting it back on drove me nuts. Neano came by and wrestled with it for a little bit and got it back on for me. All in all its really not that hard.
04-21-2011 04:42 PM
wachuko Here you go:

Front fairing removal - 2011 RGC
04-21-2011 04:28 PM
esterbrook545166 Ok sound good i'll let you know how i make out thank's again
04-21-2011 02:26 PM
Shrug It's not rocket surgery. I've popped mine off and on a few times. I highly recommend having a service manual handy, but it can be done without one. Remember to remove the headlight bezel and lights before you attempt to replace the fairing. That will help you find the little stereo mounting frame hooks to which the fairing attaches. I fought that part for an hour the first time. the lamps and bezel pop right back in after the fairing is secured.

I recommend taking digital photos of the cables and connectors inside the fairing in case you have to pop any off to do your work. The cables are precisely placed and the slightest misplacement can make reinstalling the fairing a bitch!.
04-21-2011 02:20 PM
Phil_FLTRX Just do a quick search for fairing removal or the like an you'll find a few picture by picture threads on the proper disassembly.

You're going to be surprised at how good the detail and pictures are!!

Good luck
04-21-2011 02:09 PM
Remove fairing

All right, want to install my amp and speakers, what am i up aganst with the outer fairing , im a plumber with little patience should i leave it for someone else ???

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