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Big-ear plugs... superb

Lucydad

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All,
Last week at COTA in Austin I stopped by the Big-ear stand and had a set of these made. My BIL (RIP) recommended these. Today I finally used them on my Guzzi, fairly fast ride, and windy. Company custom pours the compound into your ears, then it is a two hour wait. I believe you can order a self-pour kit. Several colors available.
I had to trim a bit of residue from one plug. R and L are easily identified as R has an indentation. Insertion and removal is easy. Plugs are extremely effective and comfortable. And they do not "unseal" like some plugs, or pull out when putting on/off helmet. I give these five stars out of five. Cost $85 bucks. I am doing everything I can to preserve my hearing as I have a lot of damage, and wear hearing aids when not riding. Picture attached. 232333
 

Lucydad

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They even match my MV. Long fast ride this morning on the Italian Terror. The triple is pretty loud. The plugs are the best I have ever owned.
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