Intercom Cord


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elad8152
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Intercom Cord

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Bought a 2002 Wing with intercom only. I am sure some one can tell me which cord I need to go from the plug to the helmet. Looks like a five prong connector.


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Re: Intercom Cord

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elad8152 wrote:Bought a 2002 Wing with intercom only. I am sure some one can tell me which cord I need to go from the plug to the helmet. Looks like a five prong connector.
It depends on what brand of headset is installed into the helmet. Different manufacturers use different connectors on their cords. Can you take a picture of the end of the plug on the helmet and post it for us to see?
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Re: Intercom Cord

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I didn't realize that Honda made a model of the Goldwing without a radio in 2002, but regardless, if it's stock then any supplier of helmet headsets should adapt directly to the outlet with the proper lower cord. Examples such as J&M, Air Rider and the like make their products adaptable to most bikes that come with stock sound systems.

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