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Thread: Arc Audio Moto 600.4 Channel Amp and Moto 602 speakers

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    Cool Arc Audio Moto 600.4 Channel Amp and Moto 602 speakers

    Well, I only used my Cerwin Vega B2 500 watt amp for a couple months....wanted something a little more...so after talking with Keith (Gannicus on the HD Forums ) I decided to go the same route as Moe...Chris has the same amp but different set up with speakers and tweeters.
    Big thanks to Moe for picking my shit up for me!

    I am really digging this set up! nice clean crystal clear sound and bumps the bass even at high volume with no distortion!








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    I don't even need a radio. I'll just ride somewhere near you, Moe, and Gman. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra AL View Post
    I don't even need a radio. I'll just ride somewhere near you, Moe, and Gman. LOL
    That's funny Al! I usually ride in the back anyways

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    Thats a big amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedneckMedic View Post
    Thats a big amp
    its only a little bigger than the CV B2....it looks bigger in the pic...lol
    I'm really happy with the sound and performance of this amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagger Dave View Post
    its only a little bigger than the CV B2....it looks bigger in the pic...lol
    I'm really happy with the sound and performance of this amp
    Until next year. Then you'll want something bigger, louder, more watts, etc. LOL Let me know when you're ready to upgrade and I'll take this setup off your hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra AL View Post
    Until next year. Then you'll want something bigger, louder, more watts, etc. LOL Let me know when you're ready to upgrade and I'll take this setup off your hands.
    I'm good with this set up Al! this will be plenty for me but I know a guy who changes his shit every 2 months or so...lol...he is always looking for the next best thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagger Dave View Post
    I'm good with this set up Al! this will be plenty for me but I know a guy who changes his shit every 2 months or so...lol...he is always looking for the next best thing!
    Is that a DR Italian guy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra AL View Post
    Is that a DR Italian guy?
    No...that would be Keith ( Gannicus on the HD forums ) he is the one I talk to about how to set the amp for the speakers that I'm running...and he also ran this exact same set up...then in a couple of months, he changes....also he is running 12 speakers on his Harley!
    That guy definitely knows bike audio...he has ran just about every kind of amp and speakers!

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    It was an easy swap. But dat fairing install.

    Moe put his back on yesterday. You absolutely must get that amp all the way back. It must touch the gauges.

    I still have to finish mine.

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