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Self installation instructions for
Helmets and Speakers


Determine if ear noise reduction muffs will fit in your helmet.
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

2003 Bombardier Advanced Tec BVS Modular Snowmobile Helmet Installation
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Quiet Ride Helmet

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Transformation of 2003 Bombardier Advanced Tec BVS Modular Snowmobile Helmet

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Remove cheek pads on both sides. All the padding inside the helmet will come off easily. Most of it is held in by Velcro. There is a grey line on top of the crack where I cut ½” deep rounded cut for ear noise reduction muff. First I installed the ear muff without cutting off a ½”, but it turned out the ear muffs were too far forward over my ears for proper placement. Picture shows cut necessary on right side of helmet of Styrofoam padding.

The foam padding on the left side is a little different plus it holds the batteries for the rear helmet light.  I cut a ½” off on the left side styrofoam so the ear muff could go back a little further to fit properly over ears.
The foam padding on the left side is a little different plus it holds the batteries for the rear helmet light. I cut a ½” off on the left side styrofoam so the ear muff could go back a little further to fit properly over ears.
 
You will need to cut 1/2 inch off the end of the plastic holder for the batteries also.
You will need to cut ½” off the end of the plastic holder for the batteries also.

Velcro stuck on chin strap connection to helmet and inside of helmet shell.  Also shown extra Velcro installed on inside of helmet shell to hold remodeled cheek pad in place.  Plumbing is connected in this picture from bladders<br> to T and to mini pump.
Velcro stuck on chin strap connection to helmet and inside of helmet shell. Also shown extra Velcro installed on inside of helmet shell to hold remodeled cheek pad in place. Plumbing is connected in this picture from bladders
to T and to mini pump.
 
You will need to cut ½” off the end of the plastic holder for the batteries also.
You will need to cut ½” off the end of the plastic holder for the batteries also.

Velcro stuck on chin strap and metal connection to helmet and to inside of helmet shell on right side ready in preparation for air bladder to stick on to Velcro.
Velcro stuck on chin strap and metal connection to helmet and to inside of helmet shell on right side ready in preparation for air bladder to stick on to Velcro.
 
Air bladder installed in place on right side of helmet.
Air bladder installed in place on right side of helmet.

All the padding and fabric is designed to be removed easily and put back in after modifications just as easy.
All the padding and fabric is designed to be removed easily and put back in after modifications just as easy.
 
Quiet Ride Ear Muff put in place.  Next up modify cheek pads
Quiet Ride Ear Muff put in place. Next up modify cheek pads.

Cheek pad from right side put in upside down on left side.
Cheek pad from right side put in upside down on left side.
 
Quiet Ride Ear Muff placed on top. This will give you an idea of how much Styrofoam to cut off to make room for ear muff.  White line represents where to cut Styrofoam padding
Quiet Ride Ear Muff placed on top. This will give you an idea of how much Styrofoam to cut off to make room for ear muff.
White line represents where to cut Styrofoam padding.

Before cutting Styrofoam with a short knife take off padding by cutting fabric above the cut line.  Remove fabric.  It will be modified and put back on modified cheek pad at later time.
Before cutting Styrofoam with a short knife take off padding by cutting fabric above the cut line. Remove fabric. It will be modified and put back on
modified cheek pad at a later time.
 
Modified cheek pad using short knife and scissors for operation is done.
Modified cheek pad using short knife and scissors for operation is done.

Picture shows the amount of Styrofoam removed from right side cheek pad top side view.
This picture shows the amount of Styrofoam removed
from right side cheek pad top side view.
 
Bottom side view.
Bottom side view.

Modified cheek pad right side put in place to check fit before reinstalling fabric around cheek pad.
Modified cheek pad right side put in place to check fit before reinstalling fabric around cheek pad.
 
You will have lots of extra material to cover Styrofoam cheek pad.
You will have lots of extra material to cover Styrofoam cheek pad. Leave enough to pull over end of cheek pad that will be next to ear muff. Pull material over end of ear muff and put silicone or other like substance to hold fabric in place and tape over glued fabric to hold fabric in place over night. Picture below shows fabric cut on end next to muff, glued and taped together waiting for glue to dry overnight.

Picture shows fabric reinstalled over modified cheek pad with silicone dried and hold fabric glued together on muff end of cheek pad.
Picture above shows fabric reinstalled over modified cheek pad with silicone dried and hold fabric glued together on muff end of cheek pad.
 
Up close view of underside of cheek pad with fabric rolled over from top and glued.
Up close view of underside of cheek pad with fabric rolled over from top and glued.

Right side cheek pad reinstalled with Quiet Ride Ear Muff in place with all other padding reinstalled.
Right side cheek pad reinstalled with Quiet Ride Ear Muff in place
with all other padding reinstalled.
 
Left side cheek pad reinstalled with Quiet Ride Ear Muff in place with all other padding reinstalled.
Left side cheek pad reinstalled with Quiet Ride Ear Muff in place
with all other padding reinstalled.

Front view of helmet with Quiet Ride Ear Muffs in place and cheek pads in place.
Front view of helmet with Quiet Ride Ear Muffs in place and cheek pads in place.
 
Side view of helmet with Quiet Ride Ear Muffs in place and cheek pads in place.
Side view of helmet with Quiet Ride Ear Muffs in place and cheek pads in place.

View from bottom Quiet Ride Ear Muffs are all tucked in out of sight with only the mini pump visible to let people know that this is a “Quiet Ride Helmet”
View from bottom Quiet Ride Ear Muffs are all tucked in out of sight with only the mini pump visible to let people know that this is a “Quiet Ride Helmet”
 
 

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