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CB Radio

Post by pepepeririri » Wed Jan 02, 2013 12:48 pm

Searching a cheap solution to have a CB Radio on my 1100 interstate

thank you

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Re: CB Radio

Post by Wingsconsin » Wed Jan 02, 2013 5:42 pm

pepepeririri wrote:Searching a cheap solution to have a CB Radio on my 1100 interstate

thank you
Define cheap ...

One of the easiest ways to do it is to buy a handlebar mounted CB radio system from J & M.
However the system will be about $260 plus antenna kit about $50 plus headset in the helmet about $100...
This will allow for CB & aux input for iPod into your headset..
A dual system (rider/co-rider) will be more...

We did the single rider unit for my sons 1100 and it works fine...

There are other methods as well...
The previous owner of the 1100 had a J & M Integrator system installed in the bike that allowed for radio/iPod/CB integration and it worked well for him with a regular handheld CB --we removed the system as we already had the new one...The old integrator system is for sale..

seen here --> viewtopic.php?f=9&t=13290

Make me an offer ;)

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