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I think I have mine dialed in, just curious how any others routed their wiring to helmet without getting in way of helmet/hands. Post up
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One metal ring around the right hand grip and one metal ring around the left grip. One with positive and the other wired to ground. Now a metal stud on each pinky finger of your glove. Magnetic links on the cuff of you gloves and jacket that hook up automatically when you put your glove on and 2 more on your collar of your jacket and the base of your helmet. Simply touch the metal rings on the hand grips with the studs on the gloves and the circuit is complete.

Let go any time and the circuit is open. This can also power heated gloves, socks etc.

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I have a modular. It’s cherry!!! No need for heated visor, I never fog. Best part is I can have a heater and not even take my helmet off.
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I have a modular. It’s cherry!!! No need for heated visor, I never fog. Best part is I can have a heater and not even take my helmet off.
Come and tree ride in the mountains and see how fast you fog that thing up.
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