Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reaper05 You NEED this!
This is a must have item, in my opinion, if you park in a garage with an opener. Just cycle the high/low beam switch and the door opens. The range is as good as my remote in my truck, if not a little better. I've put this on all my bikes and it always works flawlessly.
August 24, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by bigrun42 Not compatable with all garage door openers
This is my second HD garage door opener. The first unit worked very well with (unknown make) my previous home. The 2nd HD unit I purchased for our new home and new bike is not compatible with LiftMaster garage door openers. It appears the HD unit greatly reduces the range of the remotes that come with the LiftMaster garage door opener. I tried everything. I disconnected the leads from the HD unit to the opener and still had interference. It appears the HD unit emitts a signal that blocks the signal from a distance of 25 feet or more. I will add that the HD unit on the bike works great from 250 feet. Check the net, others have issues with other makes of garage door openers. I'm only commenting of the HD & LiftMaster combination.
August 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Greggsct Garage door opener
This unit works well, Easy to install after you figure out the instructions.
Make sure you read all the instructions first and see what is needed for your bike. Once I figured out what I need to do it only took an hour to install & setup.
August 29, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Eddie218 Works for what I need.
This opener serves it's purpose for me. The range is on the poor end. My normal opener gives a range of 75 yards. This opener has a range of about 75 feet. It's enough to open the door as I'm pulling into the driveway which is fine for me.
Installation, I had to buy the extra cable to run under the tank and connect the unit. If you are already splicing into the headlight wire why not just splice into a positive and negative wire in the fairing as well? Not sure why I needed to buy the extra part and run it under the tank. I also didn't like having to extend the ground wire under the tank and back to the wire either. Now I have a skinny black wire with a barrel connector visible near the front of the gas tank. I will probably go back into the fairing and hit a negative wire there so I don't have the extra wire running back to the fuse box. The directions for installation need to be separated out. You are getting directions for all harley bike jammed all together. Very confusing. Installation took me around three hours but I am NOT mechanically inclined. The service manual was a must for me.
July 1, 2016