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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-24-2016, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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Reinstall Sena Bluetooth

I just ordered Sena 20s dual pack.
Just a thought cross my mind. What if a year down the line i change my helmet or hell i bang it and should be replaced for safety reason. How to easily remove my Sena 20s bluetooth from Old helmet to new one?
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Should not be a problem except for pads that speakers stick to and for microphone pad. Will probably need new pads for new helmet.


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Should not be a problem except for pads that speakers stick to and for microphone pad. Will probably need new pads for new helmet.


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oh ok.. thanks..
i believe i just have to buy Supplies Kit which is just for $7.15
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I installed my Sena with the same reservations until I found the "supplies kit" too. I haven't changed helmets, but it's nice to know we can without too much hassle.
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I use the clamping system and have zero problems with the sena 20s.. and it's already moved to a new helmet since I bought it (survived my previous bike being driven over while parked at my house).
I still have the sticky pads, but I figure why use that when I can just as easily use the clamp?

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the same way you installed it just in reverse

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oh ok.. thanks..
i believe i just have to buy Supplies Kit which is just for $7.15
or just go to dollar tree and get some double side stick pads , or get hook and loop tape then it will be easy to remove next time

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