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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-12-2014, 03:07 AM Thread Starter
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Biketronics or hawg wired

So I am currently installing my 1off inner with iPad mini and 4 - 6.5"s
I am using a pn4.520d and a sony mex-m70bt to power the 4 hcx hertz...

I am wondering what you suggest to run for a control interface... The biketronics or the hawg wired and why... Pro's/con's?

Thanks for your advice.

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Both are good, but I haven't heard any complaints about Hawgwired, and it looks better IMO...... you might also want to check VTwin cycle, essentially the same as HW but slightly different so their radio cover will fit without any modifications.

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I am not worried about the cover the iPad will hide the radio

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Lol.... duh I didn't notice you said iPad. HW it is then IMO.

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I used hawg wired and have no complaints. A coupke buddies have biketronics with no complaints. I dont think you'd go wrong either way.


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i have the hawg wired and reason was that it will work with more then one brand of radio

vtwin audio/sidecar cycle is in port coquitlam and have a lot of audio info and parts,there a hawg wired dealer with good prices,look them up tell brian jay sent you there.
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So I am currently installing my 1off inner with iPad mini and 4 - 6.5"s
I am using a pn4.520d and a sony mex-m70bt to power the 4 hcx hertz...

I am wondering what you suggest to run for a control interface... The biketronics or the hawg wired and why... Pro's/con's?

Thanks for your advice.

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Make sure you post some pics of that when you get it completed. Gonna look good....


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