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post #1 of 10 Old Dec 21st, 2006, 9:09 pm Thread Starter
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1999 LT with BC-1 need wiring diagram

newbie here... I tore my bike apart this week to put my roady2 xm radio on the clutch master.... that is done (using fm modulation). I took the radio pod off to see what kind of intercom I have and found it is the dreaded BC-1.

the intercom works helmet to helmet, I guess it is normal that I can't hear radio through it??

that is why I want the diagram... to see what my options are as far as piping music to the helmets.

did I mention I have 4 screws "left over" ? one looks like a windshield allen, two are matching torx the 4th is another length of torx.... I will save 'em for the next time I tear her down.

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post #2 of 10 Old Dec 22nd, 2006, 9:25 am
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Bruce,

Can't help you with the extra screws. I've already got too many loose ones under my hat...

I should have the BC-1 manual at at home. I'll look this weekend.

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Bruce,

I should have mentioned that music in the helmets should be automatic, even with the BC-1.

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Weird thing about that system, at least on mine, is that ya gotta have the engine running to hear tunes through the helmet speakers. Just turning yjr key on don't work.


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Weird thing about that system, at least on mine, is that ya gotta have the engine running to hear tunes through the helmet speakers. Just turning yjr key on don't work.
That's right, engine must be running to hear through headsets. I have what you are looking for but haven't located it yet. Too much crap, not enough time but I'll find it.

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Bruce,

Did you get the music to play in your helmets?

I have my BC-1 info which I can copy and send you(Sorry it took so long.) It is some pinouts, user info, and other stuff I printed out from this site(and it's various predecessors) years ago.

Let me know.

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newbie here...
did I mention I have 4 screws "left over" ? one looks like a windshield allen, two are matching torx the 4th is another length of torx.... I will save 'em for the next time I tear her down.

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Bruce,

Did you get the music to play in your helmets?

I have my BC-1 info which I can copy and send you(Sorry it took so long.) It is some pinouts, user info, and other stuff I printed out from this site(and it's various predecessors) years ago.

Let me know.
I did get the music to play, and the intercom works. I need to remove the tupperware again to adjust the mic gain or squelch, the passenger mic comes on in any kind of wind or speeds over 70...

I would appreciate any more info I can get on the intercom / radio as I don't have books on either.

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Bruce,

You can adjust the mic without removing tupperware. Remove two screws from the volume control/switch assembly, located inside the Oddments compartment.

#1 control is rider's mic
#2 is passenger's mic
#3 is CB/FRS radio mic
#4 is phone mic
#5 is audio from phone

PM me your snail mail address and I will send you copies of everything I have.

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Re: 1999 LT with BC-1 need wiring diagram

Could you send me a copy also?

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