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Its time for my annual Goldwing speaker compilation.
Let have all the information we can get on goldwing speakers

I need the following info.
Speaker name
Speaker model number
Speaker Manufacturere
Size advertised
Size actual
Impedance
Freq response
Bike 1000/1200/1500/1800a<06/ 1800b>05
Front / Rear.

REMEMBER...
To be as accurate as possible...
I only want speakers that you have ACTUALLY installed or personally seen installed, not what you think will work, or someone who had a buddy who "said" these would work LOL

The results of the last compilation are on the website Flash Page - pdf page.
With your help I can get the 09 list giong...
thanks in advance
 

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Well , I'm on the cusp of doing my upgrades...so I can't supply info , but
I've decided on these in the front.

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_108529I/Infinity-Kappa-52-9i.html?tp=97

And the smaller 4 inch for the rear... these are Infiniti's higher end model... check the specs.

I have contemplated an sub in the trunk such as a Boozoka or Kenwood
self powered system .

The size is 14 w x 3 H x 8 D ...


Or....



Either will not take a lot of space...but will provide a little punch .

I will have to drill a few holes... behind the passenger seat (tupperware)to allow bass an escape route.

What do you think ?
 

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I think I want to hear it when you're done!:yes1:


Well , I'm on the cusp of doing my upgrades...so I can't supply info , but
I've decided on these in the front.

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_108529I/Infinity-Kappa-52-9i.html?tp=97

And the smaller 4 inch for the rear... these are Infiniti's higher end model... check the specs.

I have contemplated an sub in the trunk such as a Boozoka or Kenwood
self powered system .

The size is 14 w x 3 H x 8 D ...


Or....



Either will not take a lot of space...but will provide a little punch .

I will have to drill a few holes... behind the passenger seat (tupperware)to allow bass an escape route.

What do you think ?
 
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