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    Rxt iS Suspension Difficulties

    Hiya guys

    Looking at installing a stereo on my Rxt iS. However don't think i can go the usual way of drilling the hull and also would prefer not to.

    Considered the speakers in the mirrors, although thinking about it with the small size of the mirrors these would have to be very small. So I'm concerned about the quality and output.

    Anyone have any other suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Seb

    (Sorry if this is in the wrong section, i'm new here )


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    Welcome aboard the Hulk!!!

    Don't cut your hull... I've seen too many people doo that and it actually makes it hard to sell when you want to.

    There is a thread on installing a music system in your box below the handle bars. Your speakers are in that lid and amp is in the box.
    Either that or mirrors. Don't cut into the hull..

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    Pm schnorr12 he's got some great ideas for music installs that don't mess up your ski.

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