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

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Originally Posted by davidls77 View Post
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!
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