I cant swing and em cb unit for my 1500. So is there a way to intall a standard cb unit so it will owrk with my intercom system. Im thinking I could run the cb speaker wire, say off of a external speaker jack on back of the cb. WIre it into the system somehow, so I will still have to use the hand mic, but I would be able to hear it through my headset. If anyone knows how please lend me a hand, going on ride soon and would like to be able to communicate with other riders. Thank You and God Bless
my 88 has a seperate cb and a relay box that interfaces into a connector near the cover where cb control head would be.
A Uniden PC-22 remote transceiver all control functions on the mic.
Should note that PO cut the bottom of the left fairing pocket out to accomodate the radio, but that also makes it easy to get the mike out of the weather, just slip it under the snap cover
Uniden no longer makes that radio.
Cobra makes them and much smaller as well see the link below. You can wire the exturnal speaker jack output to the intercom wireing you must still use hand microphone to talk Just an FYI I am a cobra CB radio dealer so if you need anything or more info just drop me a pm.
I searched a long time for pin layouts for the Honda radio so that I could make a harness to connect a CB; never mind if the wires are shielded or not. Nobody was willing to part with them The connectors for the back of the Honda radio are different than the one listed on this website. After understanding the cost to fit a factory CB on my 1500, I went for the J&M system which is a direct integration to the 1500. Good luck!
It was on the bike when i got it.
Somehow it's a plug and play setup in that the box must toggle audio between radio or cb depending on the what the relay is doing. i did play with using this for a ipod input too. (Used cb with squelch open and connected headphone of ipod to audio input jack that the cb would use.) Worked but will probably go with a modulator or cassette adaptor.