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Did a lot of searching, found several threads, but could not find a definitive answer. Will the std non-Vic 660LM work on the Victory bike integrated bracket harness for full functionality???

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Did a lot of searching, found several threads, but could not find a definitive answer. Will the std non-Vic 660LM work on the Victory bike integrated bracket harness for full functionality???
I've been looking for the wiring specifics myself. VJ is not giving the answer that you or I are looking for. It definitely will connect and be fully operational, but I'm interested in the wire routing and all of the connections without using the Victory mount

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On XC .... Yes it will connect and integrate fine. Routing of wires and mounting is up to you. You need to get creative.

I drilled upper dash for wire route and used ram mount stuff for mounting to upper dash also. Tucked in nicely behind windshield.

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On XC .... Yes it will connect and integrate fine. Routing of wires and mounting is up to you. You need to get creative.

I drilled upper dash for wire route and used ram mount stuff for mounting to upper dash also. Tucked in nicely behind windshield.
??? Are you saying the cables aren't long enough to reach the connectors if you use stock clutch ram mount, and it's not plug and play to open connectors behind grill?

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??? Are you saying the cables aren't long enough to reach the connectors if you use stock clutch ram mount, and it's not plug and play to open connectors behind grill?
Cables are long enough and the victory version came with a plug and play connector for the aux connector in the fairing. As for non victory version of gps, not sure what is in box as far as connection.

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I did quite a bit of searching the last couple weeks on how to get an output from radio. Along the way I ran across a few write ups on installing GPS on Vic's. If my memory is still working at this time of night, its a 26 pin connector, but only like 5 pins are used. It can be sourced thru like digi-key and wired up to be plug and play so no cutting splicing wires.
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On XC .... Yes it will connect and integrate fine. Routing of wires and mounting is up to you. You need to get creative.

I drilled upper dash for wire route and used ram mount stuff for mounting to upper dash also. Tucked in nicely behind windshield.
Does the Victory mount cause you to loose IPOD connection since it runs through AUX also? I use it with blue tooth more than I would use mp3 through the Zumo.

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Does the Victory mount cause you to loose IPOD connection since it runs through AUX also? I use it with blue tooth more than I would use mp3 through the Zumo.
Ipod connection and Aux/Nav connections are separate connections in the fairing.

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Ipod connection and Aux/Nav connections are separate connections in the fairing.
Thanks. So to clarify, you can choose FM/Weather/Aux/ OR Nav(which will play anything from Zumo) for input to Vic radio system from the handle bar controls, correct?

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