What all is involved in changing over to aftermarket? Will I loose my intercom too? Is anyone's kit better than the others? It's on a 2011 rgu. Guess I'll loose my cb too
Went Biketronics radio kit with Kenwood excelon deck. Very happy so far, but i will have to figure a solution for the clock. Display is useless when riding anyways. Dont use intercom or CB so dont care. Way clearer than stock deck though
Does the hk radio have to be in to do this?Tap the odometer mode (reset) button until you see 1200 flashing (think VCR) that's your clock. Hold the odometer button in for a few seconds to cycle through the time settings.
Once you remove the HK radio, the clock becomes enabled on the odometer window.
Do you mean the Jensen HD1BT? I was considering getting this unit as Jensen make quality stereos and it's a plug&play. The only thing I don't like is the fact that all the audio-in channels are on the rear side. So if you like me want to use your iPod or MP3-player you'll have to drill a hole in the inner fairing...:frown:...There is a company that makes a replacement radio,but the name escapes me at the moment.Thinking of going back to the stock radio,or upgrade to a marine radio.
I just ordered the Kenwood krm312bt with biketronics kit and splash cover, I wanted alpine since I have there and but they don't make marine radios
I have a Sony radio in with the Biketronics hookup, but cannot get the clock on the odometer. Either it doesn't work that way or I am missing something. Not stealing the thread, but only saying because this was said in the thread.If you have the Harley HK radio the time is ported to the radio face. Take the radio out and the time is ported to the odometer. This leads me to believe that the time comes from the ECM, and not the radio.