You can save a lot of money by installing your own CB on your motorcycle using common tools you probably already have. With experience and in time, you'll start refining your setup. So get ready to enjoy the wonderful world of free communication in this super simple instructable! The majority of CB radios have two wires, a positive wire red and a negative wire black. It acts as a filter to eliminate background radio noise from weaker signals to allow more clarity for stronger signals. Not a bad instruction, but I see no mention of Antenna Tuning. If wiring to the battery you will also want to wire in fuses of proper amperage directly at the battery.
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Powering Your CB Radio
Hook up the CB to a car or as a home base. You'll find a great selection of antennas on our mobile antennas page. Warning Never intentionally use a linear amp kicker to bleed over on someone else, or you will have problems. Some antennas, including center- and continuous-loaded antennas don't include mounting hardware or cable. You can run it directly to an empty 5 amp slot in your fuse box to avoid the potential overload or directly to the battery.