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MayberryCVO

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Changing stereo on 2007 CUSE2
« on: July 15, 2021, 02:09:15 PM »

I bought the most difficult model to make quick detach for the tour pack, all because of the amp and stereo setup. Here is what I am looking at doing, and I would like to know 1: if anyone else has done this setup, and 2: if anyone has any better plug and play options.

Rockford Fosgate PMX-HD9813 for the stereo, as it is plug and play to keep handlebar controls, and I like the look and function of this model ($769.99)

HogTunes REV 225 amp, which is also plug and play ($329.99)

I'd love to hear thoughts on this, other ideas, and anything that you guys can think of that I am not considering. TIA!!!
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Re: Changing stereo on 2007 CUSE2
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2021, 04:33:30 PM »

I went through this decision a year ago on my '06 CVO Ultra.  In the end I sent my stock unit to IronCross Audio.  They fixed it, installed Blue Tooth and an extra input plug in the back, leaving the front input cable free.  For me the deciding factor was potential loss of CB Radio.  I don't use CB daily, but it sure comes in handy on group rides.   Total cost was $550 less than a new system, and it all plugged right in and worked. 

So that's a 3rd option to consider.
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Re: Changing stereo on 2007 CUSE2
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2021, 05:23:16 PM »

I am actually taking the CB/intercom off completely.
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