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I have a 2003 Electra Glide Classic head unit has 1 23 pin connector no 35 pin in addition. Has 4 speakers with a small amp under the rear tour pak, also a 23 pin connector. Is your amp compatible ...do you use the 35 pin ?
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I have a 2003 Electra Glide Classic head unit has 1 23 pin connector no 35 pin in addition. Has 4 speakers with a small amp under the rear tour pak, also a 23 pin connector. Is your amp compatible ...do you use the 35 pin ?
Welcome to the Bazooka Forum. Here is a link to the HD amplifier;

http://www.bazooka.com/products/moto...le-Amp-Kit-P30

The headunit has to be able to accept a 35 pin plug. If you have any other questions concerning compatibility please give the guys in Tech. a call at 1-800-THE-TUBE.
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I did call your tech dept, they told me to leave 35 pin connector unplugged and just use 23 pin. They said it would still work that my stereo is 2 channel and that Harley probably tapped rear speakers into fronts. Who is correct ? I do not want to purchase unless I know the correct answer. Looks like this is a great product.
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I did call your tech dept, they told me to leave 35 pin connector unplugged and just use 23 pin. They said it would still work that my stereo is 2 channel and that Harley probably tapped rear speakers into fronts. Who is correct ? I do not want to purchase unless I know the correct answer. Looks like this is a great product.
The 23 pin connector is the front speakers and the remote turn on while the 35 pin connector is for the rear speakers with a 4 channel headunit. Leave the 35 pin connector unplugged and use the 23 pin since you do have a 2 channel headunit and you will be good to go.
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Thanks Heavyduty that makes sense I will go ahead and order it. My rear speakers were added after production by harley. Hopefully 23 pin will pump sound through all 4 speakers.
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