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I've had enough---PAC audio

I installed the MX60 Sony radio last year and used the PAC audio for the handlebar controls. This POS still won't work right. I want to get the Biketronics controller, but I can't find where I can buy just the controller. Can anyone help me out?

What about the Hawg Wired Harley Universal Radio Adapter? Anyone using it having any issues?


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If you had enough with the PAC controller stay away from the biketronics crap......... I went through 2 controllers and I called it quits with biketronics. Piece of crap.



HAWG WIRED all the way. It works perfect..... Call Dragos bike works
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If you had enough with the PAC controller stay away from the biketronics crap......... I went through 2 controllers and I called it quits with biketronics. Piece of crap.



HAWG WIRED all the way. It works perfect..... Call Dragos bike works
I've had my Biketronics radio install kit for two years with no problems. Works Great!
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Biketronics for four years without any issues. Don't know where to get the controller separate.


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Hawgwired here, no problems, as mentioned call Frank for the best price.

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Biketronics since '09 ... Has worked flawlessly. When I bought my '13 RGC the Tech support told me the workaround to be able to use my old module in the new bike. ( instead of selling me a new one )
Call them to ask about buying just the module.


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Thanks guys. I will give Biketronics a call and see what kind of price they have. I will call Frank on the Hawg wired too. I see that fleabay and amazon have the HW for about $150.


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remember tat with the hawg wired it will work with almost any headunit as the biketronics will only work with specified headunit,if your like many others here,myself include youll change out your head unit more then once so buy once,just some added info,good luck on what ever way you go
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remember tat with the hawg wired it will work with almost any headunit as the biketronics will only work with specified headunit,if your like many others here,myself include youll change out your head unit more then once so buy once,just some added info,good luck on what ever way you go
Actually the BT-1005 from Biketronics will work with most head units. I've heard good things about the Hawg wired kit as well. Basically just a matter of preference.
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I chose the Biketronics unit because I wanted the auto volume control. I like not needing to constantly adjust the volume switch due to speed changes.


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