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We've teamed up with PAC to launch a complete audio solution for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. These key products—a specialty battery and Bluetooth amplifier by Stinger along with radio replacement kit by PAC,—raise the bar in Harley-Davidson aftermarket audio upgrades, while allowing riders to cruise with bigger, better, and more powerful sound.

To completely showcase the new products and enhance the audio experience at CES, AAMP Global used a fully customized 2006 Harley-Davidson Street Glide built by Johnston’s Bodyworks and Bikes and Audio Concepts. The Harley- Davidson demo motorcycle drew attendees with its aggressive appearance and killer sound system. With this eye-catcher of a bike, AAMP Global told the world they’ve created an audio solution for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

“We’re in business to build badass bikes,” raves David Johnston, owner of Johnston’s Bodyworks and Bikes, "and these offerings are changing the way people look at motorcycle audio. Most people want to show off their bikes, and when their system is this clean and clear at 70mph, that’s what makes this system different.”

Curt Kucera, general manager of audio & infotainment products at AAMP Global, notes, “We’re making Powersports a focus for our brands, and being able to target the Harley-Davidson consumer is very important to us. We want to create adrenaline-pumping experiences in whatever moves you, whether on two wheels or four. Harley-Davidson enthusiasts will enjoy an aftermarket radio solution that keeps the factory handle bar controls, a direct replacement battery packed with power and reliability, and a micro Bluetooth amplifier for increased sound clarity taking rides to the next level.”

The PAC kit, HDK001X, is now available for a suggested retail price of $149.95. The Stinger battery, SPX925-HD, is also available for a suggested retail price of $299.99. The Stinger amplifier powered by Phoenix Gold, SPX350.2, will be available in Q2 for a suggested retail price of $365.00.


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