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Arai RX-Q / Corsair V / Signet-Q Cheekpads

Replacement cheek pads for Arai RX-Q, Signet-Q and Corsair V Helmets.

All cheek pads are interchangeable between the different helmet sizes. Remember, if you need more room in the helmet you need to order a smaller (thinner) cheek pad. To make a helmet tighter, you would need to buy a larger (thicker) cheek pad.

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Wonderful!!!
I ordered these cheekpads to replace the ones that came in my Arai helmet. I had jaw surgery 6 years ago and have metal plates in my face as a result. The original pads that came with the helmet (30mm) pushed on my cheeks and after 20 minutes my jaw was throbbing and I had to take the helmet off. The smaller cheekpads I ordered from your store (12mm) are PERFECT! They just touch my face without pushing or pressure. They now offer me face protection without any discomfort or pain. They shipped so fast I had them in 2 days. Thank you so much!
May 10, 2012
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These cheek pads made my helmet fit like it should
I purchased these thinner cheek pads after deciding my originals were too thick. After a quick call to customer service it was agreed that my originals indeed were too small and they recommended two sizes smaller which was the correct size making my helmet fit much better and at the same time reducing wind noise because of a better fit. Revzilla's customer service is top shelf especially in product knowledge and fitment procedures. Highly recommended..
December 19, 2011
Ride:
1976 BMW R90/6
fine tuning the cheeks
after spending so much on the RX-Q helmet I was a little bummed that I had to shell out some extra coin for the pads. but now the helmet feels like it was custom molded for my head and is unbelievably comfortable. definitely worth every penny absolutely no pressure points.
September 15, 2010
Works great. I like the adjustability.
The adjustable cheek pads are a top-notch feature of the Arai helmet.
October 9, 2013
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fit perfectly
I purchased a Arai Signet helmet which fit great on my head...but I have a very thin face and the cheek pads didn't fit tight, so I ordered the next thicker pad and was perfect. Not to loose, not to tight!
April 1, 2013
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2003 Honda GL1800 Gold Wing
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Helps insure a properly fit helmet
For my big melon and narrow face, the larger cheek inserts are a must for a properly fit helmet.
November 7, 2011
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Cheeky Pads!
I consider cheek pads a critical requirement for one's comfort when wearing a helmet. The correct size cheek pads can make the difference between a comfortable fit and an uncomfortable fit. One of the benefits of these particular cheek pads is the removable 5mm layer of foam.

If your cheek pads are too thick then consider removing the 5mm layer of foam before purchasing a different size to see if that resolves the issue.

If your cheek pads are too thin then consider purchasing 5mm larger than you think you need. In my instance this tactic worked out perfectly because that size ended up being the correct fit. If, however, those extra 5mm do indeed make the cheek pads too thick then you can remove the layer.

Be advised that installing these cheek pads does take some finagling to get them properly aligned. This is an area where SHOEI surpasses Arai in terms of ease of installation since their cheek pads traditionally snap in to place.

It is unfortunate that helmet manufacturers generally don't offer their customers a choice of cheek pad sizes when purchasing a new helmet. The additional expenditure is an unwelcome one, but, as previously stated, a critical one for one's comfort.
December 14, 2012
Ride:
2005 Suzuki SV650
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Arai 35mm cheek pads
Have a Signet Q in Large. After the breakin period the fit was a tad too loose. Went from the standard OEM 25mm cheek pads to the 35mm..fits MUCH better now..in fact I would probably drop down to a Medium on my next Signet Q
October 28, 2013
Ride:
2006 Ducati Monster S4R
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Customized fit.
Although cheekpads for Arai helmets tend to be pricey compared to other manufacturer's kit, Revzilla lessens the sting somewhat with better-than-most pricing. The cheekpads are ideal for people with skinny little heads like me, who feel the stock pads just don't provide enough pressure on the lower part of the face. When new, I like the cheekpads to cause my lips to pucker ever so slighlty - as this provides a secure fit, and fantastic feel, especially after the helmet has broken in. These (the largest option) cheekpads provide that snug fit which also has the side benefit of a slight reduction in wind noise as well. Racers, stunters, and long distance adventurers - this is the fit you want.
September 30, 2013
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These cheekpads are smaller than the originals, but almost too small...
My original Arai RX-Q helmet was a bit too tight to the point my cheeks were getting pushed up towards my eyes. I'm not a chubby guy, the cheekpads were slightly too tight and this became annoying on longer rides. So I called up Revzilla who were helpful as always. They explained the standard cheekpads were 25mm and that I should go down 1 size to 20mm and if it didn't fit, I can exchange them with another size at no extra cost.

I received my order and installed the newer slimmer cheekpads. They seem a tad bit too thin but my helmet is much more comfortable now at least. I was surprised to see how much the 5mm size just one step down really felt. For anyone buying cheekpads, I'd go in small increments when making changes. You'd be surprised how much of a difference cheekpads make.
August 22, 2011
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Why did you choose this?
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The slight 5mm difference in thickness makes a HUGE impact in comfort.
Mark T on Aug 29, 2016
Needed a tighter fit on my Signet-Q. These did the job.
Dario N on Aug 14, 2016
The slight 5mm difference in thickness makes a HUGE impact in comfort.
Mark T on Aug 29, 2016
because the helmet need better fitment
Paul M on Aug 24, 2016
Needed a tighter fit on my Signet-Q. These did the job.
Dario N on Aug 14, 2016
needed a new one
Gregory R on Jul 10, 2016
Replacement Part
William S on Jun 16, 2016
Great way to refresh a helmet after a couple years of use
Ryan S on May 19, 2016
Replacement parts for my existing helmet.
bonogun on May 18, 2016
going from L size down to M
Andrzej W on May 10, 2016
old one was worn out and stinky.. hehe
richard b on May 1, 2016
Needed to fine tune fit a bit tighter in my Arai helmet. It was nice to see that thicker padding was offered to fine tune the fit of the helmet.
Bryann L on Apr 25, 2016
Changed to customize fit. Easy to install and fit great.
david46 on Apr 11, 2016
Tweeking my Arai RX-Q to fit perfectly
Guest S on Mar 11, 2016
Better fit for my Arai
Eugene F on Feb 29, 2016
freshen up the fit of my helmet
Mechnic13 on Dec 29, 2015
quality
value
and I needed it!!!!
noe r on Dec 11, 2015
Replacement, after dog thought they were chew toys!!!
Scott H on Dec 8, 2015
less movement of helmet when braking at high speed.
Blaine B on Oct 26, 2015
I have fat chipmunk cheeks on my oversized melon. I need the smaller cheek pads to be comfortable. That's why I chose these.
Shawn S on Oct 1, 2015
Replacing my old cheek pads
clayton p on Sep 21, 2015
fit
G S on Sep 14, 2015
I have a very round face. By picking smaller cheek pads, it makes the helmet fit more comfortably.
Zeldon P on Aug 24, 2015
Thought I'd try these out. Had this helmet for five years, but starting to have jaw problems and thought I'd see if I could live with a little less squeeze against my face.
Jari W on Aug 21, 2015
need a replacement cheek pad
Joseph S on Aug 12, 2015
Needed thicker pads for my helmet.
Greg L on Aug 10, 2015
Time to improve the fit of my helmet, current pads are worn and loose fitting after more than 2 years of use.
Teresa S on Aug 10, 2015
To tighten the fit
maciek k on Aug 3, 2015
I love my Arai Signet Q but after 2 years its time to replace the worn cheek pads.
D A on Jul 13, 2015
Original cheek pads were too tight
Edward D on Jul 9, 2015
Hot summer riding in South Florida means lots of sweat so having a set of replacement check pads helps plus they are a wear item so about every year I end up replacing the cheek pads from sweat and general wear.
VictoryMotorcyclesUSA on Jun 14, 2015
Original cheekpads are too tight.
Orville H on May 3, 2015
standard cheek pads were too small.
Charles T on Apr 30, 2015
With the selection of padding sizes a perfect fit is possible.
Bill H on Apr 22, 2015
Replace the existing cheek pads of my helmet
Ricky D on Apr 14, 2015
Refurbish my Arai Helmet liner
Aaron A on Apr 14, 2015
Refreshing the worn out pads in a 4yr old helmet.
Micheal S on Apr 13, 2015
Face is skinny but these are still too small; I'll have to add another layer of foam.
Jay M on Apr 3, 2015
My dog ate my left cheek insert haha
Maxwell N on Jan 22, 2015
Replacing worn lining and padding in my RX-Q. Refreshing the helmet with new parts. Already replaced the TDF3 ducts.
Angus S on Jan 20, 2015
Needed a new set.
Myles R on Dec 28, 2014
My wife is in-between a small and medium helmet. She got a medium, but the cheeks were too loose. I am upgrading the stock 30mm cheekpads to 40mm. If they're too tight to begin with we can always take out the 5mm adjustment.
thtanner on Dec 3, 2014
My wife's helmet keeps dropping low because she has a camera mount on the chin bar.
David M on Dec 2, 2014
The cheek pads that came in rx-q helmet I ordered from you guys were not big enough. I have a narrow face.
Don P on Nov 30, 2014
I need a bit more room in the cheek pads so that when I talk on the intercom so I don't chew the inside of my mouth. The stock pads are 30mm, 20mm is perfect for me.
S P on Oct 5, 2014
My helmet is loose
FARES S on Sep 18, 2014
fit
ct7088 on Aug 23, 2014
To replace my old equipment
Robert H on Jul 13, 2014
sore ears
Michael S on Jul 12, 2014
I got big fat cheeks.
Ryan I on Jul 8, 2014
To give me a little more room in my helmet.
Willie V on Jun 15, 2014
I have an Arai coursair and my dog eat them,
Jean Francis R on May 20, 2014
because the helmet need better fitment
Paul M on Aug 24, 2016
needed a new one
Gregory R on Jul 10, 2016
I'd like to buy an Arai RX-Q helment but I could use a little sizing advice. My head measures 24 3/8" at my brow which is the largest measurement I came up with after a few times. My measurement is right at the end of the XL size but I think a 2XL would be a bit too large. What do you suggest?

Also I have kind of big cheeks. Should I just try out the helmet first then if its really snug maybe try out the 12mm? And if its kind of snug and maybe not too far off try the 15mm pads?

Thanks!
John
A shopper on Sep 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I tried the standard cheek pads first, on my Signet Q, and took them out and put them under a stack of books overnight. I have done this before, and even used concrete blocks. It usually works, but in this case it didn't compress them enough so I ordered smaller cheek pads and removed the removable foam Aria puts on.

My suggestion from struggling with fit for a long time is to go with the Arai helmet that best fits your head shape (clearly the Signet Q in my case). go with the smaller size and compress or replace the cheek pads until you get the right fit. Just remember, the pads and liner will break in and loosen up after a few hundred miles.
What size cheek pads come in a medium rx-q from the factory?
A shopper on Mar 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My medium Signet-Q came with 15 mm check pads. I have had it for close to two years.
I have Arai RX 7-RR5, will this cheek pad fit my helmet?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It should work just fine unless you have cheeks like a chipmunk..lol
Do all the pads feature the 5mm tear away like the stock 25mm pads in the Signet-A? Meaning if I get the 35mm and it is too thick can I make it a 30mm
John M on Sep 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, mine came like that. It is a little snug at first but I kept the 5mm peel away on because it needs time to break in.
or is it just 5mm in total (2.5mm each side?)
A shopper on Oct 6, 2011
BEST ANSWER: If you purchase a size thicker than what you have stock, then you will gain 5mm on each side.
Size Large Signet-Q pro tour - what size is the stock cheek pad?
Brett H on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Can't remember, but if you pull one out it will have a size tag on it.
Hi, I have a 2014 Cosair V (size medium) which comes with 25mm cheek pads - I need a larger size of cheekpad and was thinking of 35mm - I read somehwhere in the Arai brochure that for a tighter fit the option would be 30mm (the 35mm option was only for size XS) - my question is whether a 35mm cheek pad would fit in a size medium corsair V? - thanks for your help.
A shopper on Oct 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry I can't be of much help. I wear a med size also but I went to a thinner cheek pad to adjust my fit. I'm not sure just how large a pad you can accommodate but don't see why there would be a problem with any of the sizes Arai makes. I will say this, only a couple mm makes a big difference. I ended up pleased with only changing my size half as much as I anticipated. When you subtract or add mm from both sides of your face it makes a big overall difference.
Do these cheek pads fit Quantum II model? I read somewhere that RX-Q is a replacement for Quantum II
Sofia P on May 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes they will fit
I have a RX-7 Corsair, will this product fit my helmet?
Chris L on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes,Definitely.
Will these cheek pads fit a 2010 Arai Profile helmet? Thanks.
Brian D on Oct 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No. You're due a replacement helmet judging by the date you gave. It's almost 2016