2015-Present Harley Davidson Freewheeler FLRT
Current Build Time is 2 to 4 Weeks
The Vector Power Sound Package™ includes Vector Batwing Fairing, an Infinity® PRV-250 stereo and either Kicker® Powersport or Rockford Fosgate Punch Speakers.
Kicker generates amazing sound by combining the tweeter and woofer into one booming coaxial speaker. This two-in-one design creates an audio component loud enough to be heard above highway noise but lightweight enough to maintain smooth motorcycle handling. What’s more, these 4Ω speakers are water-resistant and available in 6.5" or 6” x 9" sizes.
The 5.25" and 6" x 9" Punch speakers burst with a full range of sound. Utilizing their Vertical Attach Surround Technique (VAST), Rockford Fosgate sets a polyetherimide (PEI) dome tweeter above a mineral-filled polypropylene subwoofer cone. In this 2-way design, the subwoofer is 25% larger than those in comparable speakers. The crisp highs and solid lows that this combination generates deliver a serious punch to the gut — even without an amplifier.
No matter how great these speakers are, they make no sound without something providing input. And that’s what the Infinity PRV-250 does. Featuring built-in Bluetooth technology, a multi-use USB port, and AM/FM frequencies, this receiver with watertight face packs a lot of features into a compact design.
For some riders, having quick and easy access to storage is a necessity. Vector GBE™ meets that requirement. With an open glove box and chrome-plated retention guard as the focus of this fairing package, Vector Glove Box Edition™ is completed with a set of booming speakers and a hair-raising amplifier.
These fairings are designed to fit 2015-Present Harley Freewheeler. But because there are so many different models, factory upgrades, and custom aftermarket parts, some modification may be necessary. Each fairing comes with one clear and one tinted windshield at no additional cost.
NOTE: Your Freewheeler must have the OEM windshield as show above.
* The Vector Batwing Fairing does not have a functioning vent. The words “simulated vent” and “vented-look” refer to the cosmetic design of this fairing.