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I'm looking to upgrade the stock speakers in my Venice. Not looking to mod anything, just replace stock with better. Can anyone here suggest what has worked well for them?

(03-30-2022, 01:55 PM)RustyTeeth Wrote:  Need to find the amp, then you can determine what speakers would be a good match. Cant seem to find amp. Just yet.
On the newer models, the amp is a Kicker PXA200.2, and it's under the windshield on the drivers side. I replaced the speakers with Kicker PSC652 which are 2 ohms. This doubled the output of the amp and it sounds great!

This is the specs on the Factory amp located above the dead pedal under the Dash. Its a Kicker product. Item Specifics

About the item:
  • RMS: 25W x 2 @ 4 ohms, 50W x 2 @ 2 ohms, 100W x 2 @ 1 ohm

  • Total RMS power output: 200 Watts

  • Weather-resistant with a conformal-coated circuit board

Height: 3.25
Width: 5.25
Length: 9.8
Weight: 1.8

Front speakers are actually 4 1/2 inch cone in a 6.5 inch ring  VHM-EL011-0-1 4 ohm 30 watt  2way coaxial speaker

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For front speakers had to cut the aluminum and put a beefy speaker up front also the factory holes are 5 5/8   had to open it to 7 for a full range spkr to fit.
Also removed factory amp and replaced it with a Rockford Fosgate punch amp PBR400X4D  Used a lot on bikes. Class D amp. 400 watt multi channel amp.
Running an xm radio dock for tunes.  

Used all Rockford fosgate speakers with amp for crisp clean tunes. Rca cables up to XM radio unit in glove box.

Ran extra battery and a direct power feed to amp. with a Camper/RV controller. Keeps starter battery from going weak. Yet charges both if needed. Same with trickle charger maintainer.

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I too replaced with upgraded Kicker speakers rated at 2 ohms and 100 watts.  My2022 had stock kickers were 30 amp.  Added tons of clarity at higher vehicle speeds.  Also added a Kicker 150 watt, 10” powered sub in the cubby behind the seats.  Takes up only 1/4 of the space but gives the bike a lot of thump.  Powered sub was $250ish and replacement 6” were another $90 for the pair.

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