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CruzTOOLS expands product line It’s not uncommon to find safety wire pliers in a technician’s tool box, espe- cially if they’re involved in competition. Often referred to as SWIPES (for “Safety Wire Installation Pliers”), they ease the operation of twisting wire to firmly secure fasteners and other parts, and the two primary components of swipes are the locking jaw and a lever that rotates pliers when pulled out. Professionals will agree that quality pliers are necessary for confident completion of the task, especially if safety of the rider is at stake. CruzTOOLS has developed safety wire pliers that rival top professional


units, but are priced for a much broader audience. The SWP8 features a precision diagonal nose jaw and heat-treated cutting blades, using pro- spec chrome vanadium material. The locking mechanism operates with ease, as does the self- retracting twist lever. Fit and finish is professional- quality. The SWP8 measures 8.5” tip-to-tip and retails for $39.95. CruzTOOLS provides tools and tool kits to the motorcycle, music prod-


uct, and general aviation industries which are sold through dealers and distributors internationally. For more information, please visit cruztools. com.


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Chasing the Horizon The BMW Motorcycle Owners of America is pleased to announce the debut of Chasing the Horizon, a podcast by, for and about motorcyclists. Each episode centers on a discussion with a motorcycle


rider, first and foremost, though that rider might also be a manufacturer, inventor, world traveler, business owner, Iron Butt Rally competitor, product tester, tire expert, or any num- ber of things. Produced on an every-other-week schedule from late sum-


mer through early spring by the MOA's Digital Media Editor, Wes Fleming, Chasing the Horizon is available on the MOA website at bmwmoa.org/podcast and will be available in iTunes in October.


Product updates from Sena Sena Technologies’ new 10Upad Bluetooth Communication Sys- tem is designed specifically for the HJC IS-17 helmet and simply snaps into the inner body of the helmet. The 10Upad, HJC communication system, was created with an unibody design for simplified installation into the HJC IS-17 and offers HD speakers, microphone and Bluetooth 4.1 technology in two easy to install cheek pads. From the outside of the helmet, the 10Upad system is completely undetectable; installation is done by replacing the helmet’s existing cheek pads. The 10Upad allows riders to listen to music, take and make phone calls, hear turn-by-turn GPS navigation, and more. It is con- trolled by the three button control located on the bottom of the left cheek pad. The 10Upad is equipped with universal intercom, music sharing and Advanced Noise Control™ which greatly reduces wind and road noise without sacrificing awareness of your surroundings. The new 10Upad is compatible with all Sena accessories, includ- ing the Sena Headset App and the new Sena RideConnected App. The Sena headset app allows for simplified configuration of the 10Upad, while the RideConnected App allows riders to communi- cate with riders all over the world via a mobile network. The 10Upad will be available for the retail price of $199 from


your local dealers as well as from buysena.com and will soon be available for the HJC IS-MAX II and the Shoei RF-1200.


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