NEW Zumo 665 in the Gen III 15 liter IN-Charge & How to fuel.

This TURN KEY
IN-Charge Communications bag includes:
RKA IN-Charge Series 15 liter Sonoman Tankbag (Or bag of your chocie)
$325.00
Starcom Advance with full duplex intercom for two up riding
$426.50
Zumo 665 with XM40 antenna can recieve XM radio, weather radar & Traffic
$999.99
Set of FRS radios and all cords, buttons and cables for bike to bike communications
$125.00
Assembley charge, misc parts and ready for you to use.
$327.50
Retails for just at ................................................................................................................
$2,204.00
To see the full spreadsheet invoice

Get spoken navigation to Hotels, Fuel, Food, Traffic and Weather IN RADAR VIEW (current & forecasts) reports, Listen to XM radio, MP3 player, Audio books, Make and receive phone calls via Bluetooth, all this my using the touch screen on ONE single device .... the Zumo 665. Talk bike to bike or bike to 4 wheeler using FRS frequencies. Talk to your passenger and passenger can interact with the phone calls.


This is our beautiful 15 liter Sonoman Touring model ready to go with all the featues you could want on the road at your finger tips.

This is our beautiful 15 liter Sonoman Touring model ready to go with all the featues you could want on the road at your finger tips.

From the front you can see the Zumo 665 now has ONE large cable to work with making the bag look much cleaner from the outside

This is the dash view from my line of sight so you can see I can see all my important instruments. The devices can be moved left, right, forward or back and at an angle.


The lid with all the devices can be easily opened

There is still a lot of room for storage in the main compartment our largest IN-Charge tankbag. Plus you have the side bags and handle bag for storage.

There is also storage in the top compartment for maps, keys, pens, gages, IPhone, Camera etc etc

Main compartement showing control box opened with Starcom Advance unit, the HEART of the system. and all the wiring that would normally be strung all over your moto. Also note the cigar lighter to charge your devices on the fly.


XM forty antenna has been mounted on the left front panel to keep it away from the main unit for better reception

If you want to mount your PTT buttom on the hamdlebars this is one way

These photos are of my personal bag using a complete J&M Bluetooth system with CB & FRS radio capabilities, I also added
the ADAPTIV TPX Radar unit

These photos are of my personal bag using a complete J&M Bluetooth system with CB & FRS radio capabilities, I also added
the ADAPTIV TPX Radar unit


These photos are of my personal bag using a complete J&M Bluetooth system with CB & FRS radio capabilities, I also added
the ADAPTIV TPX Radar unit

Don't get a chance to use our beautiful raincovers here in sunny California. :-)

Don't get a chance to use our beautiful raincovers here in sunny California. :-)

Don't get a chance to use our beautiful raincovers here in sunny California. :-)

One of the most asked question is "How do you fuel"?
Well every motorcycle is different but most have the fuel cap on top of the tank.
Below shows you the drill which I can do faster than you can read this :-)


Start by clicking the left buckle free,
CLICK.

Reach over and release the right buckle,
CLICK.

If not on the bag already release and place the XM antenna on the tankbag.

Without removing the back buckle or power, passenger cables
Sit the bag on the seat.
FUEL.


Replace the bag on the tank in position and slide slightly to the right clicking the right buckle back on
CLICK.


Pick up the left buckle and release some webbing and loosen the tension a little.

Now you can easily click the buckle onto the female counter part as shown.
CLICK.

Now level by SNUGGING the bag down by tightening the webbing pulling buckle down. The bag is now back in the original position and you are ready to fly!