High Performance Bagger Speakers For Harley-Davidson Electra Glide

The new Boom! Audio High Performance Boom! Bagger Speakers from Harley-Davidson ($159.95 Fairing front and$ 159.95 Tour-Pak rear) replace the original equipment speakers for improved clarity and performance of the the stock speakers on 1998-2005 Electra Glide® models. A two-way speaker design with a separate bass and midrange driver and grill-mounted tweeter provides improved high-frequency response that helps cut through the road and wind noise. Increased speaker sensitivity provides louder output than Original Equipment speakers at the same volume setting, resulting in reduced distortion for improved clarity at speed.

he new Boom! Genuine Motor Accessories® are high-performance replacements. Designed to survive the harsh motorcycle environment, Boom! waterproof speakers feature injection-molded woofer cones with a high-flux Neodymium magnet and are backed by a two-year warranty. The front and rear kits include two-way speakers with separate custom grill-mounted tweeters, electronic crossovers, and plug-and-play wiring connections. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

1 Response to “High Performance Bagger Speakers For Harley-Davidson Electra Glide”

  1. 1 Rhazen Dec 8th, 2012 at 6:46 pm

    I don’t wear pants when i ride.Let me rephrase becuase the mental picture i just got was far to comical.I just wear jeans when i ride or as is usually the case semi casual work pants as i commute to work on my bike every day.I have been in an accident or two and it was always my upper body that i wish was more protected, even when i was wearing a jacket. While you should worry about a leg under the bike a pair of riding pants don’t protect against crushing. Over ankle boots and NOT tennis shoes are the most important thing below the waist.In general your legs flop around and legs have very little weight per amount of surface area touching the road.If you are racing or stunt riding you need everything you can get but everyday i don’t bother.It’s not like your going for a metal guitar solo power slide here.

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