Ok guy I bit the bullet and bought the Sena freewire..Easy straight forward install after removing the Fairing,But If you don't have the 7 pin communication port, "AKA like the Ultra"...you have to purchase the harness from Harley....Almost $300 for both...Yikes, "I know !!!"..After removal of the fairing the harness connector is directly in front (behind the Boom Audio)..I opted to coil the 2 foot harness and put it under the radio...Plug in the supplied Sena adapter into the 7 pin connector...By removing the left Speaker enclosure you can run the Sena adapter harness around the back side..I drilled a hole in the back of the left faring compartment and ran the harness into the storage compartment..This is were I installed the Sena Freewire unit,with the double sided tape and supplied bracket. I got lazy at this point and ran the power cord to the 12 volt outlet next too the storage compartment...The cord easily routed between the front and rear half of the fairing..and reaching into the rear of the left storage compartment plugging into the Sena Freewire unit...Like I said I was running out of time... I'm eventually going to hard wire the 12 volt adapter into the back side of the 12 volt power port..what stopped me at this point was the lack of proper tools (All the needed tools were at work in my tool box)...I had disassembled the Plug end of the the power adapter and found it has a small board probably to drop down the voltage from 12 volts to what ever is required....Ok this is getting kinda long....after reassembly of the fairing..I paired the Freewire to a LG headset...I was able to pair it easily..After setting the output to Headset in the Menu screen of the Boom I was able too hear the Audio from the source,But I could not use the voice prompts and while making a call my voice could not be heard...I have a Sena 20s I will test sometime this weekend...I will update my findings in the next few day...
Last edited by spicolli1864; 11-11-2016 at 12:48 AM.