Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChiefB Worked Perfect
Installed in a 2015 Street Glide CVO with no problems. Mounted it as per the instruction..Took all of 5 or 10 minutes. Used a J&M hidden antenna in the fairing and works great...Did NOT have to have the radio flashed by the dealer as stated.
May 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Drangion Excellent communications
Put it on my Street Glide. Yeah, had to upgrade hand controls for the PTT button. Used an internal antennae inside the fairing. Comm. is great. PTT is on throttle hand, like someone previously said, but I was in cruise control most the time anyway. Oh, I forgot to say that after I installed it myself I had to get the system flashed by the dealer. Half hour labor... groan!
July 20, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by bseversonster Bike to Bike Com on 2014 Tri Glide
The unit works but the design for the 2014 Tri Glide Ultra was absent when building the 2014 trike.
The factory stock bike doesn't come with the push to talk button on the "right" controls. The wiring is there but no button. Why it wasn't included is the first problem. The second was there is no Harley control replacement made. You have two options.
1. Buy a kit , retail $449.00 that has both right and left controls. They are really cool and back lit. But the left control doesn't have a reverse button, making it a "down grade" Not to mention, your controls will not match now. One side lit and the other not.
2. Look for a used right control from someone that has upgraded a similar touring model to the lighted controls.
As for the Antenna recommended you buy, don't unless you make sure to order the stud that fits the blank right antenna mount and you have already checked to see that you do or don't have a cable run to the trunk for the CB. If you do have this cable, you still need a bracket to connect it to the right antenna.
After getting all that sorted out, your CB will work just fine. I suggest you get everything you need before you plan your trip.
Final Comment: Harley should have put the push to talk button on the left control as it make more sense since the clutch hand would be safer to use over the throttle.
July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by maross1968 2014 street glide special
I am not sure why Harley does not update the fitment section, but this DOES work on FLHXS (street glide special). Here is what parts I used:
1) CB module
2) Lighted switches (the one with PTT button)
3) J&M CB hidden antenna
4) Communication harness
Another option for the Antenna is to put a hidden FM/AM so you can use the bracket on left side bike to mount CB cable/shorty antenna. Harley does not offer the right side bracket. This can be made if you make a symmetric bracket off the left. I do understand that you can use your cell phone as a communication device through the bike, but when going up to Canada may get large roaming charges therefore CB is great.
July 4, 2014