In this video we show you the mechanism of mounting and disasembly of the screen of five different helmets. The Shoei X-Spirit 3, the Arai RX-7V, the HJC RPHA 11, the AGV Corsa R and the Shark Spartan Carbon are the protagonists. Let's see in detail how the screen is removed from a helmet.
Have you ever had difficulty disassembling or mounting a helmet screen? In this video we teach you the mechanism of assembly and disassembly of the screen of five different helmets, as their procedure varies depending on each brand. So, we have an AGV, an Arai, a Shoei, a Shark and a HJC as protagonists.
Detail of the left side of the Shoei X-Spirit 3 of Marc Márquez.
The screen is one of the most important parts of helmet. It is the part of the helmet that we manipulate in more occasions when we go on a motorcycle. It is important to keep it as good as possible and although there are different ways to keep it in good condition it is important to remove when we want to clean it. In addition, it is also necessary to remove it when we want to place a Pinlock.
On the left, we see the AGV Corsa R screen in the open position. To the right, detail of the lever to extract the screen.
The most of the helmets are manufactured with a quick dismantling system of the screen, without tools, to facilitate tasks and comfort to drivers. Of course, each brand usually uses its own mechanism, and although the purpose is the same, there are some differences between them.
The screen removal system of the Arai RX-7V is covered by side covers.
In the video we teach you the keys to disassemble and mount the screens of five helmets of five brands referring to worldwide. These are: a Shoei X-Spirit 3, an Arai RX-7V, a Shark Spartan Carbon, an AGV Corsa Ry and a HJC RPHA 11.
The mechanism of the HJC RPHA 11 screen is called RapidFire.