Kawasaki Teryx Communication Accessories from Everything Kawasaki Offroad
Are you looking for communication accessories for your Kawasaki Teryx side-by-side? Look no further than Everything Kawasaki Offroad! We offer a wide range of communication accessories, including radios, intercoms, and headsets, as well as complete UTV communication kits. Whether you need a two-person Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 communication kit or a four-person Kawasaki Teryx 4 communication kit, we have everything you need at the lowest prices around.
Some riders prefer to surround their fully-enclosed cab with foam and other sound-deadening materials to keep the noise levels down. Others opt for exhaust silencers and engine bay heat shields / noise deflectors. However, if you want to feel the air rushing through your hair and hear the throaty rumble of your aftermarket exhaust as you ride, you may not want to close up the cockpit or add an exhaust quiet core. Fortunately, with a solid intercom, as well as a few pairs of noise-canceling headsets / helmet speakers, you can hold a conversation while riding without needing to yell at the top of your lungs. Kawasaki Teryx intercom systems like the ones by Sena and Rugged Radios are incredibly convenient. They work with either voice-activated or push-to-talk transmission, and you can pair some intercom models with Kawasaki Teryx radios for both in-cab communications as well as bike-to-bike communications.
For the old-school riders out there, CB radios are still available for the Kawasaki Teryx. While the range of a CB radio is decent, people are less active on the Citizens Band than they were in the past. CBs are still popular among truckers, so if you're riding near a highway or interstate, they can come in handy for that. Instead of transmitting on the Citizens Band, you could get a VHF radio or UHF radio to broadcast and receive higher-frequency signals. The Kawasaki Teryx handheld radios by Rugged Radios, for example, are dual band compatible, which means they can be used on both very-high-frequency channels as well as ultra-high-frequency channels. You can use the handheld Kawasaki Teryx radios by Rugged Radios to touch base with base camp, then switch over to the NOAA weather channel for a quick forecast. After the weather update, simply set the radio to the 88-108MHz range for a little FM radio to jam out on!
The range and effectiveness of your Kawasaki Teryx radio communication system will depend on the geography, topography, and ecology of the area. If there's a mountain in between you and your interlocutor, it won't matter if you're only a mile or two apart, because your signals won't be able to find their targets. Similarly, if you're under a thick canopy of branches, leaves, and other foliage within a densely-packed forest, swamp, or jungle, your Kawasaki Teryx communication system might shoot short of the advertised range. In some areas, radio repeaters are installed to relay the information. In other areas, your signals will fall on deaf ears due to isolation. But if you're in need of more range, we have you covered! With a puck-style Kawasaki Teryx antenna, a whip-style Kawasaki Teryx antenna, or a Kawasaki Teryx ground plane antenna, you'll be able to catch radio signals that would have otherwise passed by unnoticed.
Running a Kawasaki Teryx communication kit to transmit distress calls in times of emergency is a good idea. But even for competitive riding environments like rallies, bajas, and marathon races, communications are crucial! Ergo, in addition to furnishing riders with Kawasaki Teryx race receivers that allow them to receive information from their pit crew, advice from their teammates, and must-know communications from race officials, we also sell two-way Kawasaki Teryx race radios! No matter