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Fasten car stereo to motorcycle

Am looking for a way to fasten a car stereo to a motorcycle? specifically a honda st1100

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Ive seen many different ways of attaching stereos to bikes, the most successful of these were hidden from view & therefore difficult to access (to change discs etc). Most of the others were the cause of various types of damage to the bike, inflicted by opportunist thieves who fancy an easy steal (no car to break into!!)
Depending on the size of your units, the player may well fit under the rear panel (tail light housing) & the speakers will fit in the panniers. This will ensure that extra wiring is kept to a minimum; small holes can be drilled in the sides of the rear panel & the back of the panniers, for wires to the speakers
The speakers can be fitted to the inside of the drop-down lids or high inside the back of the panniers.
This would be mainly for entertainment when parked up.
For music on the move an MP3 player would be better, this could fit into any pocket or a docking bracket on the handlebars, sending music to your headphones via bluetooth.
With high end systems 'direct ipod control' gives you the power to control your ipod from your head unit or visa versa, JVC KDR models can also be controlled by an iphone, have a remote control unit included & detachable fascias

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