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  1. #11
    Prospect Odin's Avatar
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    Nov 2016
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    Mount Gambier
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    I have just had the Rockford Fosgate HD14-Tkit installed and am very happy with the results. But now I want to know do I have to get the head unit flashed. This is on a 2016 FLHXS
    2016 FLHXS, V&H Header pipes, V&H 4.5 monster slipons, SE Ventilator A/C, Stage 4 107 build. 115 hp, 114 torque, SE Super Tuner. HD Boom Audio upgrade

  2. #12
    Im not going with the flash. Goin with the Biketronics Line Leverler
    http://www.biketronics.com/bt355-hd-...r-2014-and-up/

  3. #13
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    Aug 2015
    City
    Troy
    State
    Michigan
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    I had the front speaker and amp kit installed and it does sound good with no distortion. HD dealer did install along with a Rockford supported flash. I'm happy with the cost and sound quality.

  4. #14
    Prospect
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    Jun 2017
    City
    Addison
    State
    Illinois
    Posts
    6
    This is a really nice kit. If you're pretty handy and have the time, the install is pretty easy. The hard part was removing the pods but if you have the tools as mentioned in the video, you'd be fine.
    The sound is clean, even above 70+mph.
    And yes, I had the bike Flashed to RF's suggestion.
    2016 SG
    Cobra 909's
    FP3
    K&N
    LED's for lights

  5. #15
    Prospect
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    Mar 2019
    City
    Hyattsville
    State
    Maryland
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    Quote Originally Posted by SG617 View Post
    This is a really nice kit. If you're pretty handy and have the time, the install is pretty easy. The hard part was removing the pods but if you have the tools as mentioned in the video, you'd be fine.
    The sound is clean, even above 70+mph.
    And yes, I had the bike Flashed to RF's suggestion.
    I just ordered the kit. The Rockford Fosgate Technician in the video recommends a flexible socket extension for 3/8ths drive. Any other special tool recommendations?


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  6. #16
    Prospect
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    Nov 2016
    City
    East Brunswick
    State
    New Jersey
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    27
    Forget that. You really need a 10mm Flexible Pivoting Head Ratchet Combination Spanner wrench. In every Video you watch the guys have all these extensions and angles ......and If you watch all the videos they never show them using it in real time. The above mentioned wrench will make your life much easier.
    2016 SGS

    Avon Grips
    FP3
    Vance and Hines Eliminator 800's
    Custopm Dynamics L.E.D. Lights Blinker
    Hog Workz L.E.D. Headlight
    JNR Air RIde
    Front Fork Deflectors
    Arlen Ness Air Cleaner
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  • #17
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    Mar 2019
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    Hyattsville
    State
    Maryland
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    Quote Originally Posted by simmons5 View Post
    Forget that. You really need a 10mm Flexible Pivoting Head Ratchet Combination Spanner wrench. In every Video you watch the guys have all these extensions and angles ......and If you watch all the videos they never show them using it in real time. The above mentioned wrench will make your life much easier.
    Thanks for the tip!


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