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How do you like the Cardo? Pretty spiff kit, I think.

Nice looking bike.
 

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Thank you.

So far I like it. I've only used it as a communication device once, but it was great. I previously had a BTS-3 or whatever the Amazon one is called. I mostly use these things for music, and for that it's definitely superior to the knock-offs. I could live without it outside of group rides pretty easily, though.

I'm going on a road trip this Wednesday with another KLR lad. We agreed that we would benefit from the better headsets, so we both jumped for Cardo.
 

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I have used the Sena SMH10 for quite a few years. I rebuilt it once and got more than my money's worth out of it. When the time came for a new unit I compared the new Senas to the new Cardos. The only criterion I left out of the comparison was the communications stuff. I could care less about talking to anyone while riding. I only ride with one other person and we've, for years, been getting by with pointing at our pee-wee, our face, or our gas tank to make our needs known. All I care about is music. The Cardo won hands down and I've been really pleased.
 
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I always enjoy the big country views you Western riders post! While I live out in the country, I get into Richmond pretty frequently. The tourist scene for Civil War buffs is probably well on its way to being gutted here, but Hollywood Cemetery is still a thing. It would take more than a post to describe it, but it is a famous place with famous historical gravesites. 2 Presidents, Jefferson Davis, Southern Generals, Richmonders of note. I don't have a crazed ancesteral passion for monuments of a different time or contempt, but I do have a respect for history. A lifelong Richmonder, I went to Douglas S. Freeman and our team name just changed from "Rebels" to "Mavericks"! This kind of stuff has been part of my historical exposure all my life. I doubt tearing it all up will amount to much. So far nobody is digging
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anybody up in Hollywood Cemetery! This is General George E. Picketts grave and an interesting monument honoring the 18,000 other confederate soldiers buried here. Thought I'd better throw a KLR in there!
 

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180 mile tour of the Oregon West Cascades. 90 pavement, 90 dirt. I've been hitting the hills a lot because rain is around the corner. Wolf Rock, an ancient volcanic core. Rock climbers paradise. An unnamed lake. Great colors. I always carry a fishing rod with me. Fished this lake and a local creek. No fish luck today but an epic outing. So much to explore in the Cascades.
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Went out GeoCaching today and ended up on this little "mountain" in what is otherwise a pretty flat area! LOL Pretty neat little dirt road jaunt to the top!

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From the parts screen that I looked at, the 2022 air box is VERY similar to 87-18 models.
The CLEAN-Side of the air filter box is supposed to have a Drain Hose with a cap at the Bottom.
 
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