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Inexpensive Helmet Upgrade
I admit it. I'm a sweaty guy. So even with these new anti-microbacterial helmet liner materials, things can get a little sour inside my helmet. And that's not cool. One of the easiest fixes is to replace the cheek pads. Not only does it keep your helmet fresh, but new cheek pads are critical to the fit of your helmet. So when they start to wear, new pads can return that snug fit that keeps your helmet fitting right. Don't leave worn dirty cheek pads in your helmet. Replace them with original equipment manufacturer pads. You'll be glad you did.
November 17, 2014
A must have for that custom style fit.
I purchased the Bell Star carbon Laguna helmet in a Large that is equipped with the 40mm cheek pads from the factory. While the fit was good and comfortable with some cheek pad pressure. At speed the helmet seem to sit more in a rearward position bringing the front breath guard closer and sometimes touching my nose. My head measurement is in the upper range of a large size. With the installation of the 50mm cheek pads that Revzilla had "instock" I was able to size the helmet in a more forward tilt position at speed. This made the fit perfect and any movement rearward completely gone/nil. Thanks to Revzilla for the great customer service and fast shipping the Bell Star now fits as it should. For the low cost of these cheek pads I recommend everyone purchasing a helmet to purchase a size up or down in cheek pads to fine tune its fit.
June 23, 2014
Bought a Bell Star and it just wasn't quite right on the freeway. Bigger cheekpads, now its perfect. Kinda spendy but worth it.
March 13, 2014
Custom fit for Star Carbon helmet
They're cheek pads from Bell so you know what your getting... Same thing that came with your helmet when new. The quality is good and the ability to change the fit easily is a nice feature of high end race helmets. Overall, I think I like the feel of the shoei pads and liners better but, I gave the Bell a try this time because I wanted the 2013 MotoGP Laguna Seca graphic. Revzilla was great on price and delivery... As always.
November 25, 2013
Definitely pick up a size bigger and or smaller than what comes with the helmet. You end up with a custom fit. I originally bought a large bell star with it fitting nice but the crown was a touch to narrow for me. Got the xl and it was a little loose in the fit. Not real loose but not tight enough for my standards. Got two sets of pads 1 and 2 sizes tighter and wow.....perfect.
October 26, 2013
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Rhh H: The original pads at 40mm wore in a bit to much. I like the firm contact of the pads on my cheeks so I opted to go up a half size and see what happens. Also hoping that the neck portion will fit a bit tighter and reduce the annoying wind noise of my Star Carbon.Jun 15, 2015
chor c: TO UPGRADE MY BELL STAR HELMET.May 2, 2015
gwen w: face was being squished with OEM 50mm pads in bell star in size xsJun 27, 2014
Jarrod H: Needed to free up just a little room in my helmet. Great quality.Mar 7, 2014
Bernard L: I have a 2013 Star Carbon size XL. The fit is good except the 50mm firm cheekpads are a little too snug and uncomfortable. The 40mm cheekpads should give me the comfort I need for extended wear.Nov 19, 2013
Jarrod H asked:What size comes in the Bell star to start with? The helmet fits great but around the cheeks is a little tight and i want to go down one size to loose up my jaw a little.Aug 9, 2013
Terry B:The size of your cheek pads should be labeled on the inside of the actual cheek pad. They are easy to remove and re-install. Be sure to check because the size listed by manufacturer was different in my helmet. Also, be specific about the year and style of your helmet when you order, my helmet is a 2013 model and I originally received cheek pads that were for a 2012 model. Good Luck, I hope that helps.Aug 14, 2013
A lot depends on your model / model version. Ie cheek pad sizes changed in the last 6 - 12 months within Star models. Best to pop the pads and see if there's a size sticker, then take lid to a dealer to match the pad's button location as that's one of the changes within models - i only know about Star / RS-1 range.
If the helmet is new give it a chance to bed in - unless you're still biting your cheeks - some firm pucker is good.
If all else fails put the pads under bunck of phone books for a few days...
Edgardo R asked:Is there any cheek pads for a bell star helmet that blocks off air from coming into your ears as much? Since the stock cheek pads vent so much air to my ears sometimes i get headaches.May 15, 2015
Jon S:Not for me. I got the thickest pads available and the noise was unbearable. The helmet just wasn't shaped for me. I sold it and got a Shoei RF1200. Hugh difference! Lighter and slightly smaller shell. May 21, 2015