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i have the audio input cord installed and sound works good. is there a cord of some sort that can be used so i can adjust my i pod with bike buttons or not.
 

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the i pod is 4 3/8 L X 2 3/8 W, it is around 10 or so yrs old,16g.
 

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are there any cheaper ones around.
 

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They've been hard to find for awhile.

I've never seen one made aftermarket if that's what you mean.
 

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i might give it go then.
 

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they were out of stock. any other ideas on where to find.
 

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marketplace on here, ebay, and look on Victory Motorcycle Aftermarket Audio Facebook page. I have seen a few for sale there or you could also post on the facebook page what your looking for
 

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I just replaced my factory radio with an aftermarket unit, so I have a 30-pin iPhone cord that I'm not using. Going to be a week or so until I can get it out of the bike, and I had to splice in my own connector because I had defective pins in one of the OEM plugs, but it works. I can post some photos after I remove it from the bike.
 

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I just replaced my factory radio with an aftermarket unit, so I have a 30-pin iPhone cord that I'm not using. Going to be a week or so until I can get it out of the bike, and I had to splice in my own connector because I had defective pins in one of the OEM plugs, but it works. I can post some photos after I remove it from the bike.
If you' re going to get it from broggyr then disregard however, I found this one at https://shop.zacksvtwin.com/victory-motorcycles-ipod-and-auxiliary-audio-accessories-detail.htm?productid=10270631

It's for 2011 and beyond and looks exactly like the one I put on mine. Again, if broggyr is going to hook you up forget I said it. Note you will have to remove the adapter you added as the IPOD uses it's plug plus one pair more and unless you get and extension cable and move it to your saddlebag it will eat up space in your glove box...just sayin'..... With any luck it will be pug and play. If not you'll have to take it to a dealer to have them update your software.....LMYR
 

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Can't beat that deal ^^^ It's way less than what I paid for mine.
 

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pics please. i need it to work with an ipod. i dont have an iphone.
 

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If it has a 30-pin plug, it’s the same for (older) iPhones and iPods alike.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
 

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i never had an iphone so i didnt know that. i am going to order the one in the link from rote baron. seems to be exactly what i need.
 

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thanks for the link i ordered the adapter i needed.
 

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they cancelled my order due to not being available.
 

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the place i tried to order from cancelled order due to availability. so i guess if i want one i will take the one you have.
 

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I plan on taking it out of the bike tomorrow, and I'll post some photos and you can decide then.
 

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thanks and hopefully it will work as needed. its been a PIA trying to find one.
 
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