Chatter Box Racing Headset Model Hjc-90 X 8. Eight Two Channel Helmet Intercoms on 2040-parts.com
Hancock, New Hampshire, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:HJC-90
8 used Chatter Box HJC-90, 6 Chargers, 4 Full Face Microphones and Speakers, 1 Open Face Helmet Mic, 4 Extension Cords for Intercom to Passenger, 3 Helmet clamps, owners manual, and other small parts.
At least two (2) of these were in working order last years when I switched Sena's. I cannot retest these without mounting them back onto helmets, so, I am selling these "For Parts Only".
I can supply more pictures upon request.
Shipping to the lower 48 states is $15.00
Sorry no International Sales.
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