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  1. #11
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    Yes, the volume levels are very clear and not muffled at all. The only issue I have with this helmet is the buckle on my goggles presses into the right side of my head if they are not adjusted just right. Other than than, the helmet is very comfortable to me. I have ridden in it for a six hour stretch with no issues. One other thing I'll mention is I use the long boom mic with this helmet. I'm sure the short one would be fine as well, but this is just how I chose to set mine up.


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

  2. #12
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    Farmington
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    Utah
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    FANTASTIC! This is very encouraging. Our headsets get here on Tuesday. Thank you!!!


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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chainsaw801 View Post
    FANTASTIC! This is very encouraging. Our headsets get here on Tuesday. Thank you!!!


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    You're welcome. Let me know how you like it once you have had a chance to try it out. One last tip I forgot to share with you is to use painter's tape as a guide to know where you will mount the base before you stick it onto the helmet. The easiest way to do this is to try the helmet on and hold the boom mic (attached to the base) to the helmet to make sure that the boom is centered in front of your lips. Next, have someone mark off the mounting area with painter's tape front and rear. Once you have done this, you can remove the helmet and stick the base onto the helmet.


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

  4. #14
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    Feb 2019
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    tampa
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    Florida
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    Was there any modifications used to mount this Sena to the helmet? I took mine to Harley and they couldnt even figure it out. Now I am doing research and see you are the only one who posted about this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbresett32 View Post
    Was there any modifications used to mount this Sena to the helmet? I took mine to Harley and they couldnt even figure it out. Now I am doing research and see you are the only one who posted about this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
    There were no modifications needed to the helmet. I do recommend using painters tape to temporarily mount the base to the helmet and then try it on to make sure it's where you want it and the boom reaches center of your lips. If it is, use more painter's tape to mark off the mounting area, so that when you go to permanently stick the Sena base bracket onto the helmet you're able to get it in the exact same spot. The helmet liner (cheek pad section) needs to be removed and then Velcro the speakers to the inside of the helmet. Tuck the speaker wires underneath the cheek pad section and you're done.
    Last edited by NGOT8R; 03-01-2019 at 09:22 AM.


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

  6. #16
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    Jun 2019
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    Trussville
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    Alabama
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    How did you get it installed? Harley told me that the bluetooth wouldnt work.

  7. #17
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    Jun 2019
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    Bethel
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    Ohio
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    I'm thinking of getting the pilot 3 in1 helmet and want the Bluetooth setup you have.can't seem to find the pictures of your setup.

  8. #18
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    Jun 2019
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    Bethel
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    Ohio
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    And what do you do when you convert to 3/4 and half helmet mode?

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