Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Dallas, TX, USA
Would someone with some knowledge about how that part of the bike is assembled care to comment? It's a concern to me when I wash the bike. I sure don't squirt water at those grills (duhhh), but how much moisture there is too much? What happens when the bike gets parked outside and it rains?[/QUOTE]
The speakers are considered waterproof. Now that doesn't mean you can squirt them directly, or flood them with water but they are made to stand up to moisture environments (rain). When you ride in the rain it doesn't hurt them although the radio and radio buttons screw up sometimes They use similar ones on boats. I don't recommend spraying them directly with water but the cleaning techniques mentioned above work well. By the way, the above comments do not confer that I have any knowledge.
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