Pair of Speaker Kick Panels with 2-Way 300 Watt Speakers for all 1965-1966 Coupe and Fastback Mustangs.
When you install a new radio in your 1965-1966 Mustang do you notice that the dash speaker doesn’t have that quality sound you’re looking for? Add some kick panels that allow you to run a pair of 6-1/2" speakers. These direct replacement kick panels will fit in the original location of your factory kick panels while adding a convenient location to add some added speakers. When you purchase these kick panels you won’t have to cut the interior for the speakers to fit properly in place.
- Fits 1965-1966 Coupe/Fastback Mustangs
- Pair of Aftermarket 6-1/2" Speakers
- Pair of Black Plastic Kick Panels
- 300 Watt Speakers
- Includes Speaker Mounting Hardware and Speaker Wiring Connectors
The kick panels come in a black finish which can be dyed to match the desired interior color. In this kit a pair of high quality 6-1/2" speakers are included. The speakers feature a polypropylene woofer with treated cloth surround, which makes for a strong replacement speaker. These aftermarket speakers will provide a deeper bass notes and is capability of handling higher power output. The speakers have a 1" balanced dome tweeter that has a powerful ferrite magnet that reproduces high points at great performance levels and an impressive musicality.
- Power Range: 2-30 Watts RMS (300 Watts Peak Power)
- Impedance: 4 ohms
- Frequency Response: 35-22,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: 92 dB
- Top-Mount Depth: 1-11/16"
A good radio is only half of what you need to give your Mustang an excellent sound system. The other half of the equation is good speakers, which can make a dramatic difference when you already have a quality radio. For your Mustang, CJ Pony Parts offers dozens of Speakers and Speaker Grilles, so you can upgrade and get the perfect speakers to complete your sound system.
Purchase a new Pair of Speaker Kick Panels with 2-Way 300 Watt Speakers for your 1965-1966 Coupe or Fastback Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Product ReviewsWrite a review
If I order this am I going to get the Kenwood speakers as pictured?
I attempted to install this weekend and it appears the speakers are too deep and will require some modifications to the car. Am I missing something?
I have a 66 coupe. I am considering the 300 1 DVC center speaker plus the kick panel SPK12 speakers. Will a typical radio have enough to drive these speakers? Is this a good pairing?
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The kick panel speaker kit's a great way to upgrade the sound in your Mustang without making any kind of permanent modifications. We're going to install it in place of your factory kick panels and have a six and a half inch one hundred and sixty watt speaker which should give us some nice sound for the front of our Mustang. The kit includes the necessary hardware, so we put the speaker in place, screw it into the kick panel, install your grill and we're ready to put them in the car.
We're going to start by removing our door sill plates so we can pull off our factory kick panels. Now remove the kick panel. This is a replacement kick panel so it doesn't have any hardware attaching it. It's just held in place by the edge here. Your factory kick panel will probably have a screw further back you'll have to remove first.
Then you want to connect the speaker wire to your speaker harness. The wire is included with our speaker kit. Now, we connect our speaker wire to the terminals. You want to make sure the wire's going over the top middle of the kick panel. Now we're going to slide our kick panel up into place. Make sure it goes over the edge of the pinch well. There we go.
Now we'll zip tie our wires up and out of the way. The kick panel's going to fit nice and tight with the pinch well. It's going to be held in place in back by your heater box. Using a high powered amplifier or larger driver you can put an additional screw back here to hold it in place. For what we're running right now, this will be fine. We're going to re-install our door sill plate. Just goes over the edge of our carpet, holding the kick panel in place as well.
Once you're finished re-installing your door sill plate, you want to repeat the process on the driver side. Our kick panel speakers look great and they finally give us the sound we're looking for. Installation should only take you around half an hour. You'll be back on the road in no time.