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Old 11-19-2012, 06:06 AM
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Default Radio Replacement for a RGU?

Do I have any options that will continue to use my handlebar controls and CB?
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Old 11-19-2012, 06:30 AM
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Handlebar controls yes with the Biketronics RetroRadio kits.

CB and COM no.
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Old 11-19-2012, 07:42 AM
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and with the Biketronics RetroRadio kits you will still have the AVC (speed sensor volume control) cost of kit $219 and they are currently giving 10% discount. I am currently switcing my HK head unit to Sony DSX MS60 marine digital media receiver....cost $149 at SonicElectronics.com
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and with the Biketronics RetroRadio kits you will still have the AVC (speed sensor volume control) cost of kit $219 and they are currently giving 10% discount. I am currently switcing my HK head unit to Sony DSX MS60 marine digital media receiver....cost $149 at SonicElectronics.com
Might want to shop around for that Sony. I picked mine up last spring for $130 through Amazon.
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Do I have any options that will continue to use my handlebar controls and CB?
You can find several aftermarket radios that will make use of the Handlebar controls.
But, don't be confused by all of the "Aftermarket" radios stories.
If you take the Factory radio out, you will loose the CB and Intercom.
There are other handlebar CB radios and Blue Tooth intercom systems.
To keep the clean Factory CB and Intercom, as well as be able to add any
new accessories introduced by Harley, you will need to keep the Factory H/K radio.
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As usual, thank you for the responses. This information is very helpful.
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