I initially installed mine on my Sprint ST and it was great. Moved it to the FJR and love it there too. Like Dockjekyll says it getting it set is a pain, but, I DID get right on my FJR. It just takes some fiddling around. I have had Vista's and NEP's but no matter how much I fiddled with them I could never get them right. Throttlemeister worked well too BUT it was a real clumsy way of setting them. The BrakeAway is just push the button (when you get it set right).Dockjekyll said:I bought and installed the breakaway on a Honda VTX 1800 and it worked great. Then I purchased a 2006 FJR and bought and installed the Breakaway on it. I hated it! It works like a champ but the ol FJR has so much zip it was hard to get it locked exactly where I wanted it. For example, I would lock it on the interstate at 75MPH and it would go up to 85 or down to 65. It doesnt take much of a turn of the wrist to make the FJR change speeds. I now have the 07FJR and opted for the throttle boss for now.
This is deja vu all over again because I think I posted this before. A friend worked with Murph at Murphskits who is a distributor for the audiovox. They tried everything but it boiled down to certain Gen II FJR's have problems getting the audiovox to work. Others are a snap and have no trouble at all.poorboy said:I've heard of guys having problems with the audiovox when installing them on AE models. And since I have a 07 AE I hear I would have even more problems finding room to put everything. I need to get something though because my right hand goes numb after 20 miles and my wrist and hand start to throb, and yes I've tried loosening my grip, putting less weight on my hands and making sure my arm is slightly bent but nothing helps.