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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-31-2019, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Where to put comm port on RGS?

I donít have the console with hole for port. Where are you guys putting the port on your on ultra bikes?
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post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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is the wire long enough to put in saddle bag?

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is the wire long enough to put in saddle bag?
I do not think so, if it is routed in the wiring tray under the gas tank. May not reach even if it is just routed under the tanks. I assume you are referring to the 7 pin harness HD sales for this reason.

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is the wire long enough to put in saddle bag?
It's close, but no.

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We put one in the left glovebox on my buddy's bike, then his SENA FreeWire plugs in and stays in the glovebox.
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We put one in the left glovebox on my buddy's bike, then his SENA FreeWire plugs in and stays in the glovebox.
Where does it tap in to the system? Thanks
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I put mine just to the left of the fuel gauge on my RG....Freewire clips on the left pocket lid....Work well but not out of the weather.....have not had any issues tho....
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Have pics of it in the left box with the free wire?

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