About two weeks after my warranty ran out on my '06 FLHTC, one of the channels blew out on the radio. I called Harley and they said too bad so sad; but they did have a refurbish replacement progran for $275.00 through the dealer. The dealer set everything up and when I removed the faring both vertical faring/radio supports were sheared off at the top mount screw and both horizontal supports were sheared at the lower speaker mount. I should have known something was wrong when the faring bounced a little more than usual when idling. Just out of curiosity, I asked two friends to pull their faring and wouldn't you know it, each one had at least one of the brackets sheared in exactly the same place. In the meantime, rather than replacing with another factory support, I machined a couple of short heavy duty brackets that attached to the vertical supports at the point where the old ones sheared and screwed onto the faring. Yesterday, I finally replaced the radio, turned it on and got a message across the front that says "Radio not Calibrated" and when the radio is playing, it cuts out about every ten seconds and produces three loud beeps. Can anyone tell me what this is about? I have a feeling it has something to do with the on board computer, similar to what happens when the ignition module is replaced. Something I have to take to the dealer.