You can’t mix Boom with aftermarket. You would have to get an amp and 4 speakers if you want to do fairing and lowers and a few other bits. There are a lot of happy Soundz customers but I personally would not pay what they want for it.
I have Soundz Customz systems in both my bikes. I like them a lot. They are expensive but I like the sound, the ease of install, their warranty, and great customer service. Maddy and Pete are great to work with. That being said there are a lot of killer systems out there. Some more expensive some much less costly. I also think it’s tough to get any two people to agree on what sounds good. So I guess it comes down to how each person wants to spend their money. My best advice would be try to hear as many different systems as you can before you spend your cash.
So just got off the phone with the owner of Hogtunes. He said that my bike, 2019 RGU comes from the factory with the stereo turned down 30% in power. But that a generic VIN flash by Techno Research will bring it up to full power and pretty much make an amp unnecessary. Has anyone else ever heard...
I called the Harley Audio Support group today to get a clarification on the $150 charge to update the maps on my 2020 Limited later. I asked if the $150 was for a Subscription specifically a Lifetime Subscription. I was told "No the $150 is per update." Well after catching my breath I asked...
Sold my 2009 Electra glide classic and just bought a 2019 road glide. It is a new left over. I have Kappa 62ix speakers that I took out of my EGC.
What amp will work well with these speakers? Do I need a line leveler? Do I need the dealership to do anything to the radio?
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