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davidls77 09-24-2008 06:29 PM

FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Hello,

I know there has been some questions already regarding the FAST-1721, but I didn't see anything specific to a 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring.

I believe that the picture listed looks like it would match the Honda harness. I had installed a USA Spec Ipod adapter previously that hooked up to the back of the stock deck and it looks similar.

I love my older Bazooka tube that I have had for nearly 10 years now (still working and it is now in it's 3rd car!) and want to add some more bass to my van (it already has a sub located under the front passenger seat; but would like to add more). I saw that there is the FAST harness which would definitely ease a sub install (I want to keep my stock deck due to the fact that my touring model also has the NAVI and rear entertainment system).

Any help would be greatly appreciated! :) If it does work, I will definitely be getting another powered tube for my Odyssey!

heavyduty 09-24-2008 06:42 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by davidls77 (Post 24806)
Hello,

I know there has been some questions already regarding the FAST-1721, but I didn't see anything specific to a 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring.

I believe that the picture listed looks like it would match the Honda harness. I had installed a USA Spec Ipod adapter previously that hooked up to the back of the stock deck and it looks similar.

I love my older Bazooka tube that I have had for nearly 10 years now (still working and it is now in it's 3rd car!) and want to add some more bass to my van (it already has a sub located under the front passenger seat; but would like to add more). I saw that there is the FAST harness which would definitely ease a sub install (I want to keep my stock deck due to the fact that my touring model also has the NAVI and rear entertainment system).

Any help would be greatly appreciated! :) If it does work, I will definitely be getting another powered tube for my Odyssey!

Welcome to the Bazooka Forum! As for the FAST Harness 1721, the Odyssey is not listed as a vehicle it will work with. There may have been a update to that harness that I am not aware of however. If you are in a rush you can call 1-800-THE-TUBE, and ask to speak to the Tech Department. I am sorry that I could not be more specific with an answer for you. Or Forum Wizard, rainmanspl, may be able to post specifically about the harness.

I agree with you about the tubes, they are great. I have been a big fan since of them since I discovered them back in 1987. I know there is a marketplace for component subwoofers and custom built boxes, but I am partial to the tubes, not to mention they just look awesome. :)47

rainmanspl 09-24-2008 09:26 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by davidls77 (Post 24806)
Hello,

I know there has been some questions already regarding the FAST-1721, but I didn't see anything specific to a 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring.

I believe that the picture listed looks like it would match the Honda harness. I had installed a USA Spec Ipod adapter previously that hooked up to the back of the stock deck and it looks similar.

I love my older Bazooka tube that I have had for nearly 10 years now (still working and it is now in it's 3rd car!) and want to add some more bass to my van (it already has a sub located under the front passenger seat; but would like to add more). I saw that there is the FAST harness which would definitely ease a sub install (I want to keep my stock deck due to the fact that my touring model also has the NAVI and rear entertainment system).

Any help would be greatly appreciated! :) If it does work, I will definitely be getting another powered tube for my Odyssey!

Welcom David. The FAST1721 is by application compatible with your Odyssey. You should also purchase a BTAH extension harness to simplify
the install. Consider changing the fuse for the radio's constant power. Increase the fuse rating by 5amps.:)47

heavyduty 09-24-2008 09:30 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rainmanspl (Post 24810)
Welcom David. The FAST1721 is by application compatible with your Odyssey. You should also purchase a BTAH extension harness to simplify
the install. Consider changing the fuse for the radio's constant power. Increase the fuse rating by 5amps.:)47

Once again, you are proving why you are the forum wizard rainman! Thanks for also pointing out that he needs to increase the fuse at the fuse box. This is a step that people are usually unaware of. :)47

heavyduty 09-24-2008 09:35 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rainmanspl (Post 24810)
Welcom David. The FAST1721 is by application compatible with your Odyssey. You should also purchase a BTAH extension harness to simplify
the install. Consider changing the fuse for the radio's constant power. Increase the fuse rating by 5amps.:)47

One more thing David, the FAST-BTAH can be purchased in the Bazooka on-line store for $15.99. (FAST-BTAH is the model number) When you get it installed, post back and let us know how it sounds.

davidls77 09-25-2008 04:17 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
thanks for the assistance!

i really appreciate it!

well, i'm going to lean towards doing a bazooka setup for my odyssey using the FAST-1721 harness and the FAST-BTAH to extend it back to the location; does anyone know how long a FAST-BTAH is?

i will defintely keep you all posted if/when i do get the ball rolling! :)

CJ 09-25-2008 04:22 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
The package says 5 meters or approximately 15 feet.
CJ

heavyduty 09-25-2008 04:47 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by davidls77 (Post 24835)
thanks for the assistance!

i really appreciate it!

well, i'm going to lean towards doing a bazooka setup for my odyssey using the FAST-1721 harness and the FAST-BTAH to extend it back to the location; does anyone know how long a FAST-BTAH is?

i will defintely keep you all posted if/when i do get the ball rolling! :)

Thanks for the info CJ! At 15 feet, you will have plenty of length to get the tube mounted. Before you select a location to permantly mount the tube, try both corners of the Odyssey before you mount. Sometimes there is one corner that allows for more output due to the structure of the vehicle. Also, after you do have it mounted you can always play with the tuning of the tube by sliding the tube forward a bit, or backwards a bit. The 2-4" guideline is a general starting area so do not be alarmed if your tube falls outside of these measurements. The closer the tube is to the vehicle the tighter the bass gets, while the further away, there is a bit more hangover. These are points you already may know since you have been using Bazooka Tubes for so long, but if you didn't, there you go! Once your system is up and running, again, post back or put pics of the install in the Bazooka Garage. Also, if you run into any snags, feel free to post with a question, we are always happy to help!:)47

rainmanspl 09-25-2008 08:25 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by davidls77 (Post 24835)
thanks for the assistance!

i really appreciate it!

well, i'm going to lean towards doing a bazooka setup for my odyssey using the FAST-1721 harness and the FAST-BTAH to extend it back to the location; does anyone know how long a FAST-BTAH is?

i will defintely keep you all posted if/when i do get the ball rolling! :)

Exactly 16.4ft.

heavyduty 09-25-2008 08:31 PM

Re: FAST-1721 for 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rainmanspl (Post 24840)
Exactly 16.4ft.

Somebody get that man some mustard! Show off!:)47


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