- Jul 22, 2018
- Reaction score
- Miami, Florida
I just found this thread, so I'll add my comments.
I had a leaky head as well and Adaptiv RMA'd it for me. I also had the sound issue when trying to use a Sena SM10. I found the solution (after trying many cables, batteries, swapping Sena boards, connector adaptors, and several headsets). If you use a ground loop isolator, you can easily use the TPX system with a BT adaptor like the Sena SM10. Also, I found that my Sena SM10 won't power up correctly if I have the TPX on the same power source (both wired to the bike ACC power). The solution is to hold the power button on the TPX as I power up the motorcycle, and then release the TXP power button after the bike is powered up. This grounds the TPX system and allows the Sena SM10 to power up. I can then hold the power button on the TPX system again to power it up (TPX doesn't power up the first time with this method). Strange, but works 100%. If you use the internal battery power on the SM10 instead of wired power, then you won't have this issue.
Edit: Oh, I also found the control pad light to be waaay too bright and attracted too much attention. I used black electrical tape to block 99% of the light and now it looks good. I'll eventually remove the tape and paint that area flat black.
This is the GLI that I use on all of my motorcycles:
I have had 2 or 3 leaky heads.
Although TPX was quick to replace it is a pain to remove all the fairings to replace the defective heads.
At this point I wish I had gone with TMG to be honest.