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Hello everyone, I have been building two 1983 Goldwing Interstates and I want to put the factory sound system back into one of them. I think I have all of the parts in boxes but I don't know where they mount on the bike. Does anyone have pictures of where everything goes?

I purchased these two bikes for $300.00 but they were in pieces. I now have two great riding bikes but one I want to be as original as possible. All of the stereo equipment was in a box and was replaced by car radio and CB. I want it back to original. I have added pictures of the first one I finished. This one my son rides until he makes me angry. lol

Thanks for any help you can give me.
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This helps a lot but this radio has several more parts like a CB, Tape deck and other control boxes and wired. This will give me a good start. Thanx
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Here is the installing instructions on the radio and fairing. You may have to register but I do not know. When you get to this page scroll down . Click on one page and it will enlarge.


After you use it PLEASE try to get it posted on this site for the next person.




http://classicgoldwings.com/forum/ga...d518aed7f134a1
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Before installing the wires and stuff in the faring.


Connect all the components together. You will see there are some plugs not used.
I put tape on both connections and numbered them all.


It makes the rats nest in the fairing a little easier to plug everything together.
Try to take the wiring underneath the the bump in the middle of the fairing. I used a coat hanger to move the wires from one side of the fairing to the other.


I never had any luck using the cb bracket in the fairing so I just made holes for it.


Here is a pic of my rats nest of wires.
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Here is the installing instructions on the radio and fairing. You may have to register but I do not know. When you get to this page scroll down . Click on one page and it will enlarge.


After you use it PLEASE try to get it posted on this site for the next person.




http://classicgoldwings.com/forum/ga...d518aed7f134a1
I have viewed the documents and it is a great help also. I will post them here for the members
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Here is the installing instructions on the radio and fairing. You may have to register but I do not know. When you get to this page scroll down . Click on one page and it will enlarge.


After you use it PLEASE try to get it posted on this site for the next person.




http://classicgoldwings.com/forum/ga...d518aed7f134a1
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Before drilling holes for the bolts in the fairing. Look or feel inside the fairing as Honda made some spots a little thicker where the bolts go through. These spots are for self thread bolts to connect it to the fairing.
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