Designed to be loud and clear even at highway speeds, these motorcycle speakers can be paired with any compatible amplifier and are easily mounted to the handlebars or highway bars of your Harley-Davidson®, Honda, Yamaha, Victory and more.
Mount to handlebars or highway bars with the included hardware
Acoustic bafflesfor added bass response and musical clarity
All-Weather certified for even the harshest weather conditions
Industry leading 5-year warranty on all parts and components
Made with steel enclosuresin a High Quality Show Chrome or Satin Black finish measuring 4.75" (Diameter) x 3" (Depth)
True spec-tinned Oxygen-free Copper wire
Designed and built in the USA with only the highest quality component
ST200 PIONEER SPEAKERS
Pioneer™ 4" Speakers
Max Power (Watts): 210W
4ohm RMS Continuous Output: 30W x 2 Channels
ST600 CRUISER KICKER SPEAKERS
Kicker® CS 4" or 5.25" Speakers
Max Power (Watts): 300W ~ 350W
4 Ohm RMS Output: 50W x 4 Channels
ST900 PLATINUM KICKER SPEAKERS
Kicker® KS 4" or 5.25" Speakers
Max Power (Watts): 900W ~ 950W
4 Ohm RMS Output: 75W x 4 Channels
PACKAGE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS:
4" or 5-1/4" Motorcycle Speakers in Waterproof Housings
Mounting hardware for 1" & 1-1/4" bars included. (Other sizes available upon request.)
Do they come in 3" and do they just plug into the amp with RCA
The speakers are available in 4" only. Anything smaller will not push enough wattage for highway use. These speakers will connect to any amplifier using standard (+) and (-) speaker wires.
How many AMPs do these speakers pull? Need to know what size fuse I need to install for these.
The AMP draw would be based on the amplifier that you use. It can range form 5 amps up to 20+ amps, but the specs would be included with the amplifier.
What are the measurements of the speaker housings?
All 3 motorcycle speakers (ST200, ST400, ST600) use the same size speaker housings, measuring 4.5" diameter by 3" depth.
What is the peak watts these can handle?
'PEAK' wattage is as follows: ST200 = 210W | ST400 = 400W | ST600 = 900W+
I was wondering if I could replace my Harley boom handlebar speakers with the ST-SPKR speakers, and would all I have to do is cut and splice?
You would also need to replace the amplifier, as the one with the Boom system is not strong enough to power Steel Horse Audio speakers. The best option would be to use our trade in program for the Boom speakers and then go with a new system from us.
Do you have 6.5 inch speaker pods that are like your 4 inch pods?
We only go up to 4" speaker sizes as anything larger is just too big and clunky for most bikes.