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    New Fusion IP600 Stereo Installed 06 Sportster (Pics)

    Just finished mounting up the new Fusion IP600...Wiring it up tomorrow

    Slid right into the factory hole on my 06 Sportster to my surprise,All I had to do was dremel very little bit of fiberglass on each corner...The radio even came with metal mounting plates for the rear. It thought I was gonna have to really fab up some type of mounting plate but fusion thought of everything. So stoked!!

    More pics to follow and a full review soon...This thing is built like a tank,and also what I really like is that the Sirius SCC1 connects directly to the Fusion head unit with no interface box needed

    No more splash guards to replace when the covers break off



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    All wired up!




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    Check out the small metal mounting plate on the right of the radio chasis,Fusion included 2 of these that the 4 machine screws go into from the front of radio. I didn't have to fab up anything at all. I did make up a new rear bracket for extra stability. Also notice that I didn't have to cut off the factory sea doo stereo wire plug. I just cut off the white clarion end of it and wired to the fusion plugs.

    The Fusion IP600 sounds Amazing with no amp! 26 watts RMS..Another great feature is that when u turn off the power switch to the boat the Fusion radio still remembers all of your settings,audio,clock and pre-set stations. They call it EEPROM technology. This thing is so user friendly and I was able to store 15 Sirius radio channels in the pre-sets. And like I said I only had to shave very little bit of each corner of fiberglass on the radio opening to make the screws line up with the mounting plates in the rear. So stoked with this new set up. The Sirius satellite mode sound quality is amazingly good!!




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    looks nice!

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    Is this a good spot to mount amps?

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    I guess you could if it was a small amp....Not a whole lot of room down in the lower helm area

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    JL Audio M100-CT Marine Tweeter

    Really opens up the sound instead of just hearing the speakers behind the seats

    I love how the tweeter grilles match my Alpine speaker grilles nicley

    This little guy sounds sweet! Came with in line capacitor also...



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