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Finally an easy and simple solution to add BlueTooth capabilities to your Nolan N44 or N104 helmet, the Nolan N-Com BlueTooth B4 Plus. If you've had a Nolan helmet before and tried to add BlueTooth, you know that there were multiple pieces to purchase and install. Now, it's just one part number, and one part to install. Best of all, it's a seamless installation and the system works with multiple other communication brands.

Included in every kit is the N-Com B4+, battery, USB wall charger, 3.5mm audio cable, and MicroUSB cord.


Available from Riders Discount, this is not going to be listed on the website yet but if you would like to place an order give MIKE a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 804. Is email more convenient? Send us a message through this forum or write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!

Installation takes only a few minutes. The electronics and battery fit like a cartridge in to the back of the helmet. The keypad mounts on to the left side and is super easy to use even with gloves on. The speakers slide into the pre-formed pockets in the shell itself. The only tool that's really necessary is a small allen key to release the lower trim from the helmet.



This Nolan N-Com B4+ can connect with other intercom systems like the Sena, Cardo, and more! This means you and your buddies don't have to all have the same communication device to be able to talk to each other on your rides up to a distance of 800 meters of open terrain.



FM Radio is included and you can set your presets with the Android N-Com app. The N-Com app is probably one of the better apps we've used to connect to our comm devices. Easy to use, and easy to set your preferences within the app itself.





On the bottom of the electronics pack is is the MicroUSB and 3.5mm jack connector. You can charge the B4+ and update software through the USB port and the 3.5mm jack allows you to connect to a variety of different devices such as iPod, GPS, onboard motorcycle audio, and more.

 
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