So here we are with the new harness installed. The smaller black connector is for the XM module. The other black connector can be used for the Sena Bluetooth Dongle, the Victory CB Kit, or (I have seen mentioned) a CD player. This is why you cannot use the Sena Dongle and the CB at the same time, they share the same plug. The GPS plugs in elsewhere so that is not an issue.
Next up we use the supplied screws to bolt the XM module to the back of the factory radio. Mechanically very simple, somewhat difficult in reality however if you have fat fingers. You then simply plug it in to your new audio harness. I'll provide views from a few different angles here just in case someone is trying to fab something up without interfering with the XM radio.
Directly overhead. While partially obstructed by the inner dash (and the fairing of course), I have had great reception with this radio in comparison to the unit I installed on my Jeep.
And a view through the headlight opening with it all buttoned up.
Turn the ignition on and if all went well, you should see something like this.
Hand over some of your hard earned money to the good folks over at SiriusXM, and within minutes you should be enjoying your favorite tunes! Kind of ironic the song that happened to be on when I snapped this picture, given the cost of this damn module...
After completing this install, I was happy to find that none of my previous add-ons were in the way. I have the DGD-KIM as mentioned earlier, a Flash2Pass, a Hawg Wired amp, Hawg Wired crossovers, and a Scosche LOC installed, all of which I was able to leave right where I had originally installed them. I'll probably add the Sena Bluetooth Dongle in the near future, but it appears that dongle will just dangle if you will... Hopefully someone finds this information useful. Please let me know if you have any comments or questions.