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Arrangement structure of sound system in motorcycle










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #8121308.

To provide an arrangement structure of a sound system in a motorcycle which can ensure the operability of a sound operation unit while ensuring the visibility of a meter. In a motorcycle which arranges a meter indicating information on a vehicle and a sound operation unit for providing a reproduction operation or the like in a sound system in the vicinity of a steering portion, the meter and the sound operation unit are constituted as bodies separate from each other. The meter and the sound operation unit are arranged, as viewed in the axial direction of a head pipe which supports a steering portion, in front of and behind the head pipe.








 
 
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