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    Default Bought a radio kit for my car

    I know..I'm such a loser. But I tend to get very anxious on the grid and feel like I want to chatter to someone. Also, if something's off, at least I can call for help without trying to make myself heard from inside the helmet with everything else going on.

    Besides, that little hole in the steering wheel just mocks me every time I see it.

    I know most people here don't have radios since there's no one in the pits to talk to...but I had to say something.

    Steve

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    I often track with my nephew and would actually like to have a radio so that I could talk car-to-car.
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    I've often thought of doing some VOX on FRS radios. Or maybe the chatterbox the 2 wheel guys use when on track with my friends. I suppose you could cut into the frequencies the corner workers run too. heh heh.

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    I was thinking about getting something set up for my bike rides in the canyon. I use the same helmet for track days so that would be cool.

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    You use the same helmet for cars and bikes?
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