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Old 05-31-2012, 07:12 PM
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Anyone have pix or suggestions on how/where to place the XM 40 antenna when you have the RoadTech 665? My amigo just bought one and is at a loss here
On top of radio under faring, or on the HD mount under faring.
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Anyone have pix or suggestions on how/where to place the XM 40 antenna when you have the RoadTech 665? My amigo just bought one and is at a loss here
The SIRIUS antenna on the top of the radio.
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Excuse my ignorance but is this unit a satellite radio system?
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Old 09-02-2012, 01:27 PM
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Excuse my ignorance but is this unit a satellite radio system?
Yes, this is the SIRIUS Satellite Radio System using their Docking Station.
If you look at my previous photos, you will see the SIRIUS Docking station mounted on the right handlebar.
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Check out TSS radio online. They sell a unit that attaches to the handle bar controls which includes antenna, direct power source, cradle and all the wiring for bout $70. All you need is your sirius radio
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I'm gonna go this route for adding SiriusXM.

SiriusXM SXV200V1 Tuner

$20 after rebate and compatible with most aftermarket SiriusXM-ready head units. I used to run an XM Roady XT a few years ago but the vibration finally got to it and the mount broke. Luckily I was able to catch it before it went tumbling down the road.
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I'm gonna go this route for adding SiriusXM.

SiriusXM SXV200V1 Tuner

$20 after rebate and compatible with most aftermarket SiriusXM-ready head units. I used to run an XM Roady XT a few years ago but the vibration finally got to it and the mount broke. Luckily I was able to catch it before it went tumbling down the road.
Is this compatible with the HK?
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I'm gonna go this route for adding SiriusXM.

SiriusXM SXV200V1 Tuner

$20 after rebate and compatible with most aftermarket SiriusXM-ready head units. I used to run an XM Roady XT a few years ago but the vibration finally got to it and the mount broke. Luckily I was able to catch it before it went tumbling down the road.
That unit will not work with the Harley Radio. The XM Unit sold by Harley will.
The SXV200V1 will require replacing the radio with a specific aftermarket unit.
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I use my phone. Has GPS, Sirius, and Phone Can plug into the aux & or bluetooth to my helmet ~ Had a zumo 550 on the Ultra with HD's xm box. Worked great but figured I'd attempt to save a few bucks with this setup for now. I mounted the phone under the baseplate of the MadStad with the samsumg car mount ~ Slightly modified... I'll shoot pics later.
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Is this compatible with the HK?
No. Only aftermarket head units that are SiriusXM compatible.

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