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How to remove cheek pads on Arai Corsair?

I got an '01 RX-7RR4 and the cheek pads are foul. The head liner is easy to remove but what is the trick to getting cheek pads out?

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Re: How to remove cheek pads on Arai Corsair?

First off it isnt a Corsair unless it was made in 04-05... Just an RX7-RR4 Join the masses...

To remove them, pull foward on the front of the pad where it touches the chin bar, maybe pull out is a better term, toward the inside of the helmet. Then pull them foward to clear the slot on the back and thread them off the straps.
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Re: How to remove cheek pads on Arai Corsair?

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First off it isnt a Corsair unless it was made in 04-05... Just an RX7-RR4 Join the masses...
That's not entirely accurate. My 03 Model is a Corsair .

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Re: How to remove cheek pads on Arai Corsair?

Actually I don't care about the name or even graphics I joke about the wolf but my next one will likely be white (less expensive). Of course since it was made in 3/2001 I do need to clean it since the sheep funk is getting strong

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