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Old 05-03-2016, 10:23 AM   #21
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The guys at cycle gear installed it for me does that say much lol.
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Old 05-03-2016, 10:23 AM   #22
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Haha. I can help you adjust it if you'd like.
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Old 05-03-2016, 10:44 AM   #23
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Ear buds are the way to go for sure. I don't ride without em.
No, ear plugs are the way to go. Zero wind noise with ample music volume.
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I need to upgrade lids first I still use a rf1000 that might explain some of the noise also. When I upgrade I'll get you a shout solracer.
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Not sure about the Sena, but I did get one of the Uclear HBC100 from Cycle Gear this weekend.... pretty damned good deal for $69.

Made a few calls and they heard something, but did not realize I was on two wheels.....let the boss find me now, !
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No, ear plugs are the way to go. Zero wind noise with ample music volume.
homemade style. need to order that chin skirt to keep some additional noise out. Chris said he could faintly here my muzzy in the background....but, my bike is a little louder than I prefer.
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homemade style. need to order that chin skirt to keep some additional noise out. Chris said he could faintly here my muzzy in the background....but, my bike is a little louder than I prefer.
We have very similar granite
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No, ear plugs are the way to go. Zero wind noise with ample music volume.
I have a set of custom molded earplugs, but they hurt my ears after a while since I don't ride like I used to. Now I just use the cheap foam orange ones and cut them in half. Plenty of noise cancellation, and I can hear my speakers just fine until 80.
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Personally I'd never wear these. They don't offer any ear protection. Earbuds at least keep wind noise out which is a huge deal to me. I don't want to be a deaf old Harley rider. I try my best to ride with ear plugs or ear buds in 100
Anytime I plan on highway riding I still have to use foam earplugs to avoid being a deaf old rider. At speed the music still comes through pretty clearly.

True that earbuds are probably better quality in the ear but its one more thing to play with inside the helmet.
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I am the one responsible for the Sena units at our RideSmart events. At first I was worried cuz it didn't seem loud enough but I started playing with the speakers placement and now everything seems fine. We sport the 10c, 20s, and also the smh10. They all are pretty equivalent
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