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Jim
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 Jim
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Hello fellow soco owners!

My question is simple: Any of you guys and girls listen to some music while cruising?

I would like to add some kind of "car radio" on my soco TC.

No earplugs or something like that. (for safety reasons)

Since the soco is so quiet and I drive a lot of roads without much traffic, music would be the finishing touch!

Any suggestions would be welcome.

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FCFanBoy
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Hi Jim,

I use a FreeConn TCOM-SC intercom. Bluetooth connectivity, built-in FM radio (which works reasonably well).

It may not be the best kit available but it seems to work well enough with my helmet (Shark Evo-One 2) and it's relatively cheap.

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CubeyTerra
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I'd like to listen to music, but it's hard to hear over the sound of the crappy Super Soco brakes rubbing. 🙄 😆 

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FCFanBoy
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@cubeyterra

Oh the joys of not having an ICE & exhaust to mask all the incidental noises that you wouldn't normal pay much attention to. To be honest I just turn the volume up on the TCOM-SC to the point where I can't hear the brakes 😀 

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Jim
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@fcfanboy

I bought my this: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Bluetooth-4-0-Speaker-CLEARON/dp/B01MTK45ZO

No brake noises yet.

Only been driving for 20 km.

Brand new bike with jet Helmet and new gloves! 

Was cold this night , but love the bike lights in the dark!

Anyone any suggestions for the rear suspension?!

I have a hook key, but the spring is thight as a b*tch 🙂

I weight 102kg, so I would like to harden the suspension.

 

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