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11-01-2005, 08:43 AM
This was posted on a V-Strom forum - sale on Autocom kits:

If you're looking for a great deal on a great intercom system for your
bike, we've got some news for you. As a stocking dealer for Autocom,
we're pleased to announce a 50% off retail price sale on all Autocom
System Kits.
This includes the Easy 7, Active-7 Smart Rider and the Pro-7. All
kits will be available with a rider headset or Rider and Passenger
Headsets as part of the sale.

Sale pricing is as follows:

Order Kit Description Regular SALE RIDER
KIT1 Easi-7-Advance Rider $189.99 $94.99 $95.00
KIT1RP Easi-7-Advance Rider/Passenger 279.98 139.99 140.00
KIT3 Active-7-Smart Rider 299.99 149.99 150.00
KIT3RP Active-7-Smart Rider/Passenger 409.97 204.99 205.00
KIT6 Pro-7-Sport Rider 419.99 209.99 210.00
KIT6RP Pro-7-Sport Rider/Passenger 509.98 254.99 255.00
KIT21 PTT Bike-to-Bike Kit: Kenwood 199.99 149.99 50.00
KIT23 PTT Bike-to-Bike Kit: Motorola 199.99 149.99 50.00

PLEASE NOTE: the special rider and passenger kits listed (KIT_RP) above will
ship as a base kit with the associated passenger components (additional
headset for Easi-7- Advance and Pro-7-Sport kits, and an additional headset
and straight headset extension lead for the Active-7-Sport) packaged

If you would like to know more about the kits, send us an e-mail.
Chad & Judi Olson - Owners
Adventure MotoStuff LLC- Your Motorsport Adventure Outfitters
3331 Hwy 50 E, Unit 7
Carson City, NV 89701

11-01-2005, 09:25 AM
Wow, those are great prices.

I bought a Pro-7-Sport system, with intercom, Kenwood 2-way, and music connector. I had technodreams of answering my cell, listening to music, and conversing with my better half as we enjoyed the hill country roads on the way to a B&B for the night.

Turned out Autocom didn't make a phone connector for my cheap old Nokia, the wife decided to never go pillion, and I don't ride that often with folks with compatible 2-way radios.

Sigh...Talk about lousy Bang for the Buck (my $10 ThrottleRocker wins the award for best BftB). :-(

11-01-2005, 09:38 AM
Just so you know... they aren't giving you any special deals really. Autocom is having a 50% off sale directly, clearing out inventory for the new versions that are coming.


11-01-2005, 10:18 AM
uh, so your saying Autocom is lousy because you have a cheap phone, a wife that wont ride with you and your friends don't have radios with the same frequency as you.:shock:

11-01-2005, 10:28 AM
He didnt say that... he said it was a waste of money for him.

11-01-2005, 10:57 AM
:scratch oh, a waste of money because he has a cheap phone, a wife that wont ride with him and friends that don't have radios with the same frequency.

Come on fellas, lighten up.

I've been thinkin' 'bout buying a bike to bike system for me and my son.....so Autocom is a good bang for the buck. ( or only at half price? )

11-01-2005, 11:21 AM
If he's not using it, then yeah, I'd say it was a waste of money for him. That's $200 he could have spent on something else for the bike.

That said, I absolutely love my Autocom, I use it for the intercom when Cass and I ride 2-up, plus I run my cell phone, V1, XM radio, CB, and soon to be Garmin 2730 through it. Works as intended.

11-01-2005, 11:34 AM
Charlie, which model do you have?

11-01-2005, 01:08 PM
I have the Active-7-Smart.

11-01-2005, 01:57 PM
If he's not using it, then yeah, I'd say it was a waste of money for him. That's $200 he could have spent on something else for the bike.

Yup, for me, it just didn't work out. The other thing that didn't work out was the ear speakers. I fiddled a bunch with 'em, but couldn't hear squat (on the occasions I could use 'em) over 45 mph, what with my particular wind noise situation. :-| I solved that problem with an Autocom connector that lets me use my Etymotic ER-6s, but as mentioned, there's no real reason to use the whole system until I solve the phone connection problem, ride with FRS-equipped folks, and/or get a GPS. Until then, it's just wind/engine noise :bigokay: or the iPod straight in. :-P

11-01-2005, 02:03 PM
I hear ya ... I have to use the same Autocom pigtail for connecting in my in-ear speakers (custom molded ear buds) rather than the helmet speakers. The helmet speakers just don't work for me unless I'm not wearing ear plugs, and then I can't hear anyway. The ear buds work great, are comfortable, and help save my hearing, so I couldn't be happier.

11-01-2005, 03:21 PM
...so I couldn't be happier.

Unless you had even more farkles to attach... :nana

All hail Big Fark Daddy :hail :hail :hail

11-01-2005, 09:57 PM

That reminds me of "Farkle", an old dice game I used to play back home in the sticks. You've gotta be real counrty to know that game..lol. I'm more of a "Washers" player anyway( did I say that?). You can take the boy outta the counrty but can't take the country outta the boy, even if he's a punk....geez I even have two sets of washer holes in my backyard. OK, I guess I have hillbilly roots. YeeHaw....and long live the Ramones.

Anybody have an Autocom for sale?

11-02-2005, 07:58 AM
All hail Big Fark Daddy :hail :hail :hail

Saw this on ST.N, R-C's got a ways to go to beat this guy:


(Ya, I know it's fake, but I got a laugh out of it :-P )

11-02-2005, 08:16 AM
I'm just short the kitchen sink and the big screen tv. I do like the beer tap on the left bar though ... that really comes in handy on long rides. :D

11-02-2005, 01:30 PM
Think there is a prelaunch checklist to make sure everything is working before takeoff? :lol: