Harley-Davidson Removable Boom Audio Cruiser Amp and Speaker Kit

This new Audio and Speaker Windshield-Mounted kit ($399.95) is a black and chrome enclosure that mounts to the inside of the detachable windshield, resting below the cross brace to maintain a low-profile appearance.

The waterproof enclosure conceals two 3.5-inch speakers behind a rich black grille. Simply unplug the speaker enclosure wiring, and the unit can be removed with the detachable windshield.

A compact, two-channel stereo amplifier mounts on the frame down tubes, and the 1/8-inch stereo auxiliary input connects to most portable audio players, some of which can be easily housed in a convenient Boom! Audio™ Tank Pouch (sold $39.95).

The integrated hand control features volume up/down buttons and a backlit on/off button, and is designed for easy operation with the rider’s right thumb, even while wearing gloves. Complete kit includes all wiring and mounting hardware.

Fits 2009-later Heritage Softail Classic and 2000-later Road King® and Road King® Classic with stock, low profile or tall King-Size windshields. Fits 2007-later Fat Boy® and Fat Boy® Lo with detachable King-Size windshields. 2011 Softail® models require separate purchase of Electrical Connection. May not be compatible with some other accessory items. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details. Harley-Davidson.

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8 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Removable Boom Audio Cruiser Amp and Speaker Kit”


  1. 1 Grayhawk Nov 19th, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    Although I can see where one would want the ability to strip their bike easily between short bar runs and longer bar runs decked out, it is yet another high dollar item that can walk off in a heartbeat in this case two for one, Any of you guys out there want to come out with a simple quick lock to save the radio guys from paying insurance deducts or worse they being reduced to short runs without. Or is there an adapter/lock already on the market? No windshields here just an old bug splattered, weathered face with minimal hearing, go figure.

  2. 2 Woody Nov 19th, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    Grayhawk, I don’t remember the mfr. but I know there’s one out there already. Hopefully someone will post it if you can’t find it via Google, etc.

  3. 3 Woody Nov 19th, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    Found it;
    http://brukus.com/cgi-bin/p/awtp-product.cgi?d=brukus-motorcycle-parts&item=43648
    (I have no affiliation or dog in this, no idea if its any good or not.)

  4. 4 Dave Blevins Nov 20th, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    I suppose one could simply opt for a car… seriously guys, it’s a motorcycle. How much of this stuff belongs on a bike?
    Unnecessary clutter and distraction in my opinion.

  5. 5 1/4 20 Nov 29th, 2010 at 12:43 pm

    Yes! YES ! A car would be a better opt. Or maybe buy a bagger with a raido there’
    s a thought.

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