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    Radio and Coms.
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    Hey guys, I just wanted to get your input on what everyone is using for onboard communications. Like what radio's, intercoms, headsets, etc everyone is using? also would like to know about dealers and suppliers. My ride is recreational, but I WILL be racing in the very near future also. Thanks. [smilie=ext_beer2.gif]
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    [url=http://www.collett.mb.ca/:wl5r132g]Collet[/url:wl5r132g]
    They are actually vehicle to vehicle systems but also work as invehicle systems at the same time.


    Where I live collect is pretty top dog for these types of radios *Everybody around here uses them on their sleds *in the winter and then atvs in the summer.
    I can't recall ever hearing about them failing and they your and buddies can all get your own unique frequency.
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    I went through www.pciraceradios.com for my stuff. *Call them and tell them what you are doing and they can direct you for what parts you need. *Mine has a hookup for my mp3 player to listen to through your helmets. *It cancels the music when ever you talk.
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    For something reasonably priced that works well [url=https://www.rflimited.com/Site.asp?CID=3:w0ytkos0]Motocomm ST-1[/url:w0ytkos0]

    I have used these on bikes with good results. Going this route with the buggy. Only drawback is I will have to make a interface cable to My Kenwood race radio as they only have adapters for handhelds. Not a problem for Me, but it might be for some.
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    PCI is the place to go. *They'll have what you need.

    Don't be sticker shocked...

    Look into the ear buds that fit into your ears - they look like ear plugs with a wire. *They're killer for sound reduction, saving your hearing and still being able to communicate through the intercom.
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    Does pci have car to car systems?
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    yea, it's called a radio system. *

    Sorry, I had to - you handed that one to me. *[smilie=blowkiss.gif]

    As far as a com type setup between vehicles, I don't believe so, but they're always designing and making new stuff, so it's a possibility.
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    PCI pre-runner intercom is just a Avcomm unit with the headphone plugs wired wrong......... Can be bought elsewhere cheaper. If you buy from PCI, you will be stuck getting bent over buy them forever due to the non-standard plug wiring they use.
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