83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's


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83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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THE UNOBTAINIUM 2.1 STEREO BLANK-OFF PANEL IS AVAILABLE!!


This panel provides a solid platform to mount a 21st Centruy Stereo onto the Center-shelter face up for easy viewing. There is 3" clearance between the panel and the top of the air filter housing in the front (closest to the dash/ignition key), and 3.5" clearance from the panel to the top of the air filter housing at the point where the panel/center-shelter slopes downward to meet the gas cap door.
THIS PANEL WILL MOUNT TO THE SAME MOUNTING POINTS AS THE OEM GL1500 CASSETTE/STEREO. The panel has been "beefed" up with additional support for the newer radio/stereo units. The panels come in BLACK only, and have additional "high-temp" resin and High-grade Industrial material for outstanding durability and appearance.



Many, many stereo manufacturers such as Jensen, Blaupunkt, Dual, Pyle, Boss and others make AM/FM stereo's with Bluetooth capability, USB ports, Aux-In jacks, and SD card slots that will mount easily on this panel. Many provide a "cut-out template" to make it simple.


The cost of the panel is $132.00 plus $14.35 S/H, US Postal Service Priority Mail Flat Rate Medium box to anywhere in the lower 48 states. International shipping fees are higher and will be determined by destination using USPS rates.


Interested members should PM me.

Payment can be made to Paypal.Me/Bluthundr31


The stereo/phone setup is with a $20 Dual stereo 120W (30W X 4)with Bluetooth, USB, Aux-in and remote. It works great and might give you a good idea on how to upgrade your stereo setup.


Some views of the NEW UNOBTAINIUM 2.1, , ,











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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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Well Done! Love the stamp on it too! USA!
This should help many out in the coming years that are looking to change from the stock radio to Bluetooth or however they want for radio configuration.
These are made with a 3D printer?

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Thanks for the comments Newday777. I agree that it provides an "option" for dealing with the aging cassette stereo setup.

The vendor is using a High Temperature resin mold, as I understand the process. They are VERY sturdy and durable which would be too difficult for a 3D printer, if I understand them correctly.

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1975 CB750 K5 Planet Blue 7,800 miles

1976 CB750 K6 Anterris Red 25,000 miles

Past rides
1999A Restored from PO neglect & sold at 19,000 miles

1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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I didn't realize you had them made and yes most likely an injection mold.
Are they in Illinois? I met a wing rider a few years ago that had an injection mold business there

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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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Not in Illinois, , but if you can remember that GW riders name and "info", I'l LOVE to pick his brain about any information regarding the making of this panel. You can NEVER have too much information and he might be a great resource or still have contacts in the field. PM me the info if you can, , , Thanks again.

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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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I'll be dealing with a family issue and will be unable to send out any panels until after July 1, 2019.

My brother, (Tony Garcia) who flew down to california last year just to be my "wingman" after I put my beast back together, was diagnosed with bladder cancer and is going "under-the-knife" on Monday (6/17) at Mayo Clinic in AZ. He's the best brother anyone could have, , , and all "prayers" or "good thoughts" would be appreciated.

Respectfully,
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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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Praying from WY.
What's his name?

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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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I would like one when you have time

Thanks
Chris

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1983 GL1100A Wineberry 36,000 miles

1975 CB750 K5 Planet Blue 7,800 miles

1976 CB750 K6 Anterris Red 25,000 miles

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1999A Restored from PO neglect & sold at 19,000 miles

1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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Chris Vickers wrote:
Fri Aug 30, 2019 1:00 pm
I would like one when you have time

Thanks
Chris
Did you pm him as it says to do?

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Yes i did i apologize

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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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I have a few left in stock and I responded to your PM Chris.

Let me know if you have questions.

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1983 GL1100A Wineberry 36,000 miles

1975 CB750 K5 Planet Blue 7,800 miles

1976 CB750 K6 Anterris Red 25,000 miles

Past rides
1999A Restored from PO neglect & sold at 19,000 miles

1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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Still available?
I linked this to someone on fb wanting an aftermarket radio.

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Yep, I got your "6" Newday777.

If he's not a member, he can reach me at Bluthundr31@yahoo.com and I'll answer any questions he has.

Thanks for the support/plug.

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Re: 83155-MW5-XXX Unobtainium 2.1 Stereo Blank-off panel for GL1500's

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FOR ALL INTERESTED IN THIS PANEL, , , ,

The vendor charges me $132 per panel, so that is what I charge the members here.

USPS charges $14.35 for Priority mail Flat Rate Medium box to anywhere in the lower 48 states.

I prefer PayPal payments to Paypal.Me/Bluthundr31, , or simply click the "send money" tab to Bluthundr31.

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US Postal Service raised rates for the Priority Mail Flat Rate Medium Box (if it fits, it ships). The shipping costs are now $15.05 USD for anywhere in the lower 48 states. It's possible International rates increased also, but I'm not sure.

The vendor has increased the price that I pay for the panels also, but I won't pass that cost to members until I receive the next "production run" of panels. For the time being, the cost per panel is $132 USD plus S/H of $15.05 anywhere in the lower 48.

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Real innovative idea by a member using this panel to install a Camecho 7" Touch screen stereo with lots of bells and whistles ($45).

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Impressive installation, and good job!! Read more at (Page 4),
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