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Constant RPM engine static during alert on 9500IX on Gold Wing Motorcycle. Only accessory to ever give engine static. Use multiple Apple music accessories, GPS, bluetooth, 80 watt amplifier, CB and nothing has engine static. Previous Radar Detector, Beltronics RX65 did not have noise. This unit does not work with clean alert sound at any level. Tried high amp noise suppressor and no luck. Switched wiring and no help, tried car power plug in accessory plug and no help. Move it to car and works fine.

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