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    You can buy the bits to put a cubby hole on the right if you want, not cheap, but depends on the value you put on having it

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    Thats great info., definitely the USB lead on the RHS cubby hole I need (so +Radio).

    I wonder when the 2018 Goldwing will get announced

    RBW.

    Quote Originally Posted by DC View Post
    just to confirm ....on a Non Audio bike you get a cubby hole on the left side. its small but takes an iPod MP3 player.
    on the Audio model, you get a usb lead connected into the bike and it says in the right cubby hole. To this plug in your music player. it can be selected on the Menu and the wheel operates the tracks. If you want to plug in an iPhone...you need the BMW iPhone to Audio system lead ,these are about £50 i think !!!! cheaper ones are available but not sure if the wheel recognises them .
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    I'm also interested in ventureshield for protection on my Iconic, just never got time to get it done.

    Forget all these Healthy Foods I need all the preservatives I can get!!!

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