About the Bazooka F.A.S.T Package
This F.A.S.T. combination from Bazooka includes everything you need to hook up a 100-watt amplified Bass Tube to the factory radio in your vehicle. Bazooka's Factory Audio System T-harness (F.A.S.T.) system uses Posi-Tap connectors and simple, reliable plugs to get the signal from your factory radio to the Bass Tube no splicing or complicated wiring diagrams needed.
The F.A.S.T.-9999 universal harness taps into into your factory radio using Posi-Tap connectors no cutting or stripping required. Hook the other end of the universal harness up to the 16-foot long F.A.S.T.-BTAH extension cable, which you've connected to the powered Bass Tube in the rear of your vehicle. You're ready to bring a new dimension to your music. Warranty: 30 days.
Note: This package works with 50-watt and 100-watt Bazooka tubes. You can also use this package to install a more powerful Bazooka tube, but you'll need a power cable and fuse to connect your Bazooka to your battery.
What's in the box:
- The Bazooka F.A.S.T. Combination consists of two separately packaged items: the F.A.S.T.9999 universal harness and the F.A.S.T.-BTAH extension cable:
- The F.A.S.T.9999 universal harness package contains:
- 10.75" Bazooka universal harness with a male 6-pin molex plug on one end and 6 posi-tap connectors on the other end
- The F.A.S.T.-BTAH extension cable package includes:
- 15.5' Bazooka universal harness extension with a 6-pin Molex plug and two male RCA plugs on one end and a 14-pin Molex plug on the other end
Bazooka F.A.S.T Package reviews
Pretty easy to install after I spoke with tech support. Great product, no cutting and crimping wires!!!
Pros: Quick and easy hook up
Cons: Crutchfield should give a wiring diagram for your specific vehicle or at least recommend you have one ready to go before install.
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I got this for use with my 6.5" 100 watt Bazooka tube. You have got to have the factory wire color codes for your radio which I got from crutchfield by asking though tech support email, otherwise you want know, like my power wire is purple, not red as you'd think. Be aware I had two wires in the harness pop out but was able to re-strip the wire and rethread back into the "T" connection. I learned you need to be gentle on the connection. I went against Crutchfield and went with what Bazooka recommended and that was connecting the power to the constant power on the radio and not directly to the battery, and the remote wire to the switched accessory wire for amp turn on. Works perfect does not overload the radio and no fuses have blown yet. The 6.5" tube draws less than 7 amps and the radio has a 30 amp fuse and I know a factory radio alone will not use all 30amps. Now a 200 watt amp I would connect directly to the battery for constant power but 100 watt is small. The extension cable is 17 feet but on large crew cab trucks such as the F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab this went in was barley long enough like maybe an 10" was all I had left over, so perfect length.
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You got to love a wiring harness that just plugs & plays. What can I say bad about it?
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More details on the Bazooka F.A.S.T Package
Overview: The Bazooka F.A.S.T. 9999 (Factory Audio System T-harness) universal harness, when used with the Bazooka BTAH extension cable (both included in this package), allows quick and easy installation of your amplified Bazooka tube with your factory or aftermarket radio. All the necessary wiring for the amplified Bazooka (100 watt or 50 watt versions) is included.
Compatibility: The FAST-9999 harness/BTAH extension combination package is compatible with most factory and aftermarket head units and with most 100 watt and 50 watt amplified Bazooka Tubes, including (but not limited to):
- BTA6100, BTA8100, BTA10100
- MBTA8100, MBTA10100
- BTA850FH, BTA8100FHC, BTA10100FHC (this wiring package is included with these models)
Connections: The FAST-9999 universal harness has a 6-pin Molex plug on one side that connects to one end of the FAST-BTAH extension cable; on the other side are 6 Posi-Tap connectors that hardwire to your radio's harness (the six wires include left and right speaker-level audio positive and negative, switched power, and turn-on trigger). Posi-Tap connectors allow you to tap into wires without cutting or stripping them. Each connector has a tapered design and a threaded cap on the end. Just insert the wire to be tapped into the cap and hand tighten the barrel. The conductor point pierces the tapped wire without compromising its conductive integrity. The 14-pin Molex plug end of the FAST-BTAH extension cable plugs directly into the Bazooka bass tube. The ground wire extends 34" from the 14-pin Molex plug. The Bazooka tube's line-level input can be utilized with the male RCA plugs at the radio end of the extension cable (for use with aftermarket radios having preamp outputs).
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