I've been rather busy otherwise I would have followed up sooner. So the install went well, and I do have a few photos. You'll see that I wasn't able to handle the speakers being chrome for long as they've been painted gloss black to help match the bike a little better.
The amp does have an aux in port as well as a usb charging port which I have routed the aux input to what appears to be a coolant overflow tank. The charging port is directly on the amp but if I ever want to add a cable to it, it's not hard to get to. The sound quality was much better than I had expected considering this is on a motorcycle. I can hear it at 75mph clearly however there is quite a bit of wind noise at that point but I can hear it. I figure a small wind shield such as the memphis del ray or something similar should address that problem, as well as help reduce wind fatigue after putting 200+ miles in each day.
Would I do it again? Sure, just would note that if you don't like chrome plan on painting the speakers to match however you wish, they weren't hard to disassemble by any means. I also have a volume boost app on my phone but it is a lower end phone that doesn't allow streaming music to function all that well. Just want to give a honest review in case anyone decides to follow so they know the positives and negatives of this setup.
Took about 4 hours to install, but I was also going slow due to figuring out how to run the wires under the tank, which I took the rear tank bolt off to lift it up to run them in the channels. Also, I had to remove everything down to the battery to setup the wiring for the amp which did help in relocating to make everything fit. I think it was worth it, if anyone follows and needs more in depth photos etc just ask.
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