2010 Road Glide Audio Repair/Replacement - Advice Please

swlakers

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All - I have a 2010 Road Glide that has taken some damage to the fairing. I need to replace the inner and outer, the head unit and the speakers. I had the stock HD head unit, a J+M amp and J+M 7" speakers. It was certainly better then the stock system but underwhelming for sure. It doesn't appear the amp is damaged so I'll keep it unless that is a stupid way to try and save a couple bucks and compromise the rest of the system. I don't think I want to run speakers in the bags at this time or lowers. I'd love advice on a new set up. I am also considering the Sinister Dirty Road Glide inner or the Camtech inner. I don't use my glove boxes and thought the 6x9s or double 6.5's might help a bunch? Any experience with those inners from anyone? Guess my only concern with that was where to put my iPhone if I wanted to use that for music. I would like to use the harley stereo controls. Any advice is sincerely appreciated.
 

coolerman69

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Sony head unit with memory stick or iPod tray and keep your phone in your pocket. 4 6.5s will def sound good and loud. Biketronics module will retain your factory controls
 

lowdog

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Sony head unit with memory stick or iPod tray and keep your phone in your pocket. 4 6.5s will def sound good and loud. Biketronics module will retain your factory controls
Thats what I got in my RG and it rocks. Not the loudest on the planet but loud enough to hear going 90 for sure.
 

dbell66253

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I cut holes in my inner fairing (check Yaffes House Party) works really good, many othes have done the same.
 

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