Featuring our sport & race RRP5050 intercom, this kit provides the most basic race setup for driver and co-driver that is compatible with existing off-road wired helmets. Combine the RRP5050Race Intercom Kit with one of our car-2-car systems, and you are ready for battle! This 2-place intercom incorporates two 3.5-watt amplifiers allowing the driver and co-driver to have separate volume controls.A sealed 3.5mm music port on the face of the RRP5050 Intercom allows you to plug in an mp3 player or phone to enjoy music as you ride. Easily talk to other cars in your group by connecting to a 2-way handheld or mobile radio with the built in radio jumper pigtail. Off-road construction and the unique Rugged Intercom shape make this intercom easy to install using the supplied side channel L brackets or one of our optional dash and UTV specific mounting brackets. Engineered for high-noise environments, the RRP5050 intercom is a versatile unit that is easy to install in any race truck, UTV or buggy. It’s got your race features, it’s got your play features and it’s ideal for any 50/50 driver. With its versatility and affordable price, you can’t go wrong using this intercom for your in-car communication needs. Front sealed 3.5mm music port Driver & Co-Driver Volume Control Universal 2-way radio connection Aluminum extrusion housing for total circuit shielding Adjustable depth and angle mounting High output amplifier for outstanding music listening Isolated grounds for eliminating ground loop issues Includes mounting brackets and hardware (1) RRP5050 Intercom (1) Driver Push-to-talk (1) Co-Driver Push-to-talk (2) 12ft. Intercom Cables Can I add more headsets or helmet kits later? The RRP5050 intercom is a two person intercom only. Can I connect a 2-way radio later? Yes, this can be added anytime. We call this a “Radio Kit” as it includes the radio, antenna, and antenna cable. Our most common and popular radio kit can be found here which offers 60-watts of power for a range up to 30 miles depending upon terrain and line of sight. In addition, you will most likely need a mount that houses both your intercom and radio. Pro Tip: Installation and mounting might be easier to tackle in one installation that includes your radio and intercom than spreading it out over time and increasing installation labor. To use a radio, you will also need a push-to-talk button for the driver and co-driver (may already be included with your intercom kit). Explain the push to talk button… For in-car communication among passengers, all communication is hands-free. You do not need a PTT (push-to-talk) button. However, when using a Radio Kit (two-way radio to talk with other vehicles), you are required by FCC rules to push a button to transmit out. All in-car communications still remain hands free. Your intercom kit might include PTT buttons for future use with an optional 2-way radio, but they are not required for “in car” communication between driver and passengers. Can I use a mix of helmet kits or headsets with this kit? Yes. Although the kit may come pre-packaged with either helmet kits or headsets, the connections are the same, so you can mix and match your preferred listening device to accommodate yourself or your passengers.