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Helmet Speaker Installation | HJC 2012 Model CL Max ll Modular Helmet Installation | HJC 2002 Model SY Max Modular Snowmobile Helmet Installation
Arai XD4 Helmet Installation | HJC 3/4 Open Face FG-JET Snowmobile Helmet Installation | Shoei Neotec Modular Helmet Installation
Scorpion EXO-900 Furtive Transformer Helmet Installation | 2003 Bombardier Advanced Tec BVS Modular Snowmobile Helmet Installation
Motorcycle Half Helmet Installation | SnoForce Full Face Helmet Installation | Ski-Doo Modular 2 Helmet Installation | Tools Needed to Modify All Helmets

2002 HJC Model SY Max Modular Snowmobile Helmet Installation
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HJC helmet before modification
Picture above is a standard 2002 modular HJC helmet model SY Max. This style helmet is used for snowmobiling. Flipping up front part makes drinking a beverage a lot easier. This is a standard SY Max HJC helmet with the front flipped up so you can see the padding inside the helmet shell.
 
Picture shows the standard cheek padding and chin strap with padding
Picture shows the standard cheek padding and chin strap with padding.

Picture shows cheek padding removed.  Quiet Ride Ear Muff will rest up against Styrofoam padding without any cutting of styrofoam necessary.  Arrow points to ear muff location against Styrofoam insulation
This picture shows cheek padding removed. Quiet Ride Ear Muff will rest up against Styrofoam padding without any cutting of styrofoam necessary. Arrow points to ear muff location against Styrofoam insulation.
 
Quiet Ride Ear Muff snuggled into final location with standard cheek pad that will be modified in later pictures.
Quiet Ride Ear Muff snuggled into final location with standard cheek pad that will be modified in later pictures.

Unmodified cheek pad from other side put in place upside down with ear muff put on top
Unmodified cheek pad from other side put in place upside down with ear muff put on top. Line is drawn on back side of cheek pad on plastic to show where to make cut on cheek pad. Part of cheek pad must be removed to make room for the air bladder and Quiet Ride Ear Muff.
 
Actual line used to cut extra cheek pad of to make room for ear muff
Actual line used to cut extra cheek pad of to make room for ear muff.

Top side of standard cheek pads before modification.
Top side of standard cheek pads before modification.
 
Cheek Pad plastic backer cut off with scissors after cutting stitches to separate padding from plastic.
Cheek Pad plastic backer cut off with scissors after cutting stitches
to separate padding from plastic.

Extra Styrofoam insulation cut off.
Extra Styrofoam insulation cut off.
 
Extra padding removed and extra cloth covering removed leaving just enough to fold over on back of cheek pad.
Extra padding removed and extra cloth covering removed leaving just enough to fold over on back of cheek pad.

Goop, silicone, or rubber cement applied to inside of cloth for gluing to plastic backer material.
Goop, silicone, or rubber cement applied to inside of cloth
for gluing to plastic backer material.
 
Fabric folded over for a couple of hours and held by scotch tape until glue has set up.
Fabric folded over for a couple of hours and held by scotch
tape until glue has set up.

Back side of cheek pad with cloth folded over and Goop product holding cloth in place securely.
Back side of cheek pad with cloth folded over and Goop product
holding cloth in place securely.
 
Top side view of cheek pad modification ready to reinstall.
Top side view of cheek pad modification ready to reinstall.

Helmet top padding unsnapped to expose left side bladder Velcroed in with line running over to right side bladder.
Helmet top padding unsnapped to expose left side bladder Velcroed in with line running over to right side bladder.
 
Left side bladder is Velcroed in place to inside of helmet shell.  In line T installed with short air line going thru drilled hole to mini air pump.
Left side bladder is Velcroed in place to inside of helmet shell. In line T installed with short air line going thru drilled hole to mini air pump.

Air lines connected to T tucked between padding and Styrofoam concussion shell.
Air lines connected to T tucked between padding and Styrofoam concussion shell.
 
Quiet Ride Ear Muff Velcroed to bladder on right side with modified cheek paid ready to install.
Quiet Ride Ear Muff Velcroed to bladder on right side with modified cheek paid ready to install. Note chin strap padding is cut off of chin strap under bladder and cup as it interferes with Velcro sticking to bladder and ear muff.

Right side modified cheek paid installed.
Right side modified cheek paid installed. Note chin strap padding has been cut off under cup and thru area under padding until chin strap is exposed to the outside of helmet. Chin strap padding under ear muff interferes with Velcro pad that needs to be stuck to inside of helmet shell.
 
Helmet modifications complete for 2002 modular HJC helmet model SY Max with installation of Quiet Ride Ear Muffs that blocks 65% of exterior noise entering ears.  Good picture of mini air pump installed on side of helmet with stick on cable clamps.
Helmet modifications complete for 2002 modular HJC helmet model SY Max with installation of Quiet Ride Ear Muffs that blocks 65% of exterior noise entering ears. Good picture of mini air pump installed on side of helmet
with stick on cable clamps.
 
 

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