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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 03:27 AM Thread Starter
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Question Trying to find a premade Wiring Harness

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I am trying to find a wiring Harness that I can use to put on Lower Fairing Speakers, Saddle Bag Speakers, and Touring Pak Speakers. I just Installed Lower Fairings and realized I didn't have any wires to attack the speakers too LOL.

Is there a well known brand out there or someone who makes Plug and Play Kits for a 2018 Road Glide?

Oh I need an AMP too :/.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 11:32 PM
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For amp recommendations you will need to tell us what speakers you are using. For the harness, don’t bother with something pre made. Just run quality speaker wire from the amp to the speakers. You will need something between the head unit and amp but without knowing what head unit or year bike you are riding, we can’t help with that either. Please provide a bit more info so we can best help you.

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For amp recommendations you will need to tell us what speakers you are using. For the harness, donít bother with something pre made. Just run quality speaker wire from the amp to the speakers. You will need something between the head unit and amp but without knowing what head unit or year bike you are riding, we canít help with that either. Please provide a bit more info so we can best help you.
Thanks for the Reply!

I got a 2018 Road Glide /w GPS Upgrade and ABS.

I don't really have specific brand of speakers I want yet. I plan on playing Metal loud and constantly while on my Bike.

I just found out that Dual Saddle Bag speakers are a thing lol so In the end I want to have 2 Speakers(Maybe Tweeters as well) in the Main Fairing, 1 in each Lower Fairing, 1 on each side of my Tour Pak, and 2 on each Saddle Bag. I don't know if its a think but perhaps for the one slot on each saddle bag would be a Bass unit.
I'm Planning on building the ultimate old man bike. If I'm listening to music the entire block is listening to music .
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https://www.americanhardbag.com/

Check this website out. They have a lot of what I think you would need. I ordered a harness for lid speakers and it was put together nicely.


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https://www.americanhardbag.com/

Check this website out. They have a lot of what I think you would need. I ordered a harness for lid speakers and it was put together nicely.


I was checking these guys out, looks to be some very nice products. Really like the sub mounting setup for the bags, looks top shelf.


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I am looking them up now. They seem really good and a lot cheaper then many other places xD. I send them an email saying what I was looking for. And they do Financing LOL. Ima need it.
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Ok you are wanting to really go for it! That is great. Let’s start by getting a budget? How much are you looking to spend? With this be done in stages or all at once? Are you going to be doing all the work yourself or will you be wanting a shop to do some/all for you? Do you mind loosing bag space or do you want to keep them open?

I am not the expert at all but these are all questions that will need to be answered to get truly good advice.

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I'm in the same spot, sorta. My stock CVO RGU amp(and speakers) seem to have taken a dump, so i need to install a new aftermarket amp.

I'm looking at this connector, it's pricier, but when you realize you have to buy 3 pieces or more from HardBag it gets closer to being logical.
Rushmore Ultra Amplifier Wiring Kit (Plug 'n' Play) BTBOC - Biketronics Inc

Or is there a better solution??

2015 RGU CVO........under continuous change......
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The BTBOC is what you want for an Ultra. I am not sure about CVO fitment. Call Biketronics and ask. They have outstanding customer service.

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