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Hello to all. Well we bought our first wing. It is a 1992 SE. It has 45K and I have almost all service records. It had a full service and has new rubber on both ends. Now I am looking to buy a couple of new helmets and headsets. What do you use and where do you suggest I go to look.

What is good, bad, best ect.? This has been great. We have had it only three days and while working full time we still have put on over 2oo miles. It is great to have my wife not complain that her hips hurt after a short trip. She likes the new ride and that makes everyone happy.

We all know that if momma is not happy then noone is happy :D

Thanks for all the input thus far - you are a great help!!



In His Service,

Harry
 

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Welcome to the world of Winging Harry and to this cool forum. Most people use J&Ms, but EdSets are cheaper and even better sound (less wind noise for some reason). Just my 2cents worth. :D
 

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I guess I'm going to have to spring for some headsets too. Surprisingly the woman who hangs around here has taking a liking to the back of the Wing. She says it reminds her of the Piper Super Cub we used to have in Alaska, that was a tandem seater too and we had to yell at each other. She didn't take to the suggestion that we've been together so long that there wasn't all that much more leftto talk about!

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for me it has to be Caberg Jusimito helmets (flip front) and J & M headsets

rgds

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In His service wrote:
Hello to all. Well we bought our first wing.Now I am looking to buy a couple of new helmets and headsets. What do you use and where do you suggest I go to look.

Thanks for all the input thus far - you are a great help!
Hey In His Service :waving: These guys are telling you which is best but no one is telling you where to go. :stumped: Im not an expert in these things but have a look at this. :weightlifter: http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/stores/byproduct.asp?pro=helmets%2Dfull+face&str=4&ID=693721511 And this http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/stores/byproduct.asp?pro=helmets%2Dflip+face&str=4&ID=693721511 And this http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/stores.byproduct.asp?pro=Headsets&str=4&ID=693721511 And finally this http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/stores/bybrand.asp?brd=J%26M&str=4&ID=693721511 Why do these god damn addresses have to be so long. :whip:

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Phil wrote:
for me it has to be Caberg Jusimito helmets (flip front) and J & M headsets

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Phil

I have the same as Phil, two heads cannot be wrong:clapper:

You can buy the Carberg from any supplier of Carberg helmets and the J&M head sets from J&M.

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Or you can do it yourself on headsets if J&M Prices give you a coronary.
 

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THANKS TO EVERYONE :clapper::clapper::clapper::clapper:

How would you do it yourself? Would you buy the kit from someone and install yourself or would you make up your own kits?



Thanks again.

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Harry :action:
 

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Buy the kits and install yourself. Buying the bits seperately is false economy as you will spend so much time fiddling with it.
 
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