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If i want to talk to my passenger what do i do?

I have the extra full face mic and speakers for her helmet, do i just have to push the ptt for her to talk too?

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You will need the headset extension cord. push and hold the "int" button till a beep is heard then either ptt or vox

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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