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  • kevinpatton4 Jul 18, 2010

    I didnt get a chance to put all info. so solution was not useable but response should be



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To what other source the unit is connected.whats is the model number.what is the brand of unit.explain the problem in bit more it can be helped in much better way. please keep updated.Thanks.

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  • kevinpatton4 Jul 18, 2010


    Its a plmca30 going on a 2004 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500. I have a connector but no connector on the bike if I split the connector I dont know how and where to connect them.

    Thanks, Kevin

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    raj somaiya Jul 18, 2010

    You can tie the power into the license plate light line. The Hardest part is finding a place to mount the amp on bike. you will have to get handlebar clamps separate from this kit to mount them.




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