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The biketronics kit ( http://www.biketron.com/item.html?PRID=1513808 ) is the easiest way to put an aftermarket stereo in...although your choices are limited to SONY products.

Another option is to use a PAC-Swix from pacific accessory corporation. It is the same device used in cars to adapt the steering wheel buttons to work with aftermarket stereos. If you go this route, you will be able to choose from thousands of stereos that have infrared remote control ability.

It is highly recommended that you get a stereo with electronic anti-shock memory buffers, to prevent skips....some stereos handle the bumps better than others, but better to eliminate the problem up front.

Use the search feature on the site to look for previous discussions containing this same information and you'll find I did a fairly extensive search and listing of stereos that have the electronic skip protection.
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