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Shoei CW-1 QRSA Base Plate Set
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Shoei X-12/RF-1100/Qwest Base Plate Set

Set of replacement base plates and screws for Shoei RF-1100, X-Twelve and Qwest Helmets.

Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, Shoei products can only be shipped to addresses within the United States.

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Shoei CW-1 QRSA Base Plate Set 535860 0213-0505-00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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replacement part for Shoei helmets
My RF 1100 base plates got broken and I replaced them by these original ones. All parts needed are included. I have my helmet in a brand new condition again.
July 12, 2016
Ride:
2009 Triumph Tiger 1050
Quality Replacement Parts
After a couple years and a lot of lever actuations, the visor locking lever on my Shoei Quest helmet broke off. Fortunately, these replacement plates are available. Installation was very easy, and now my helmet is like new.
August 9, 2016
Ride:
1988 Yamaha XV535 Virago
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Old ones are wearing out.
Matthew Z on Aug 31, 2015
busted lever
Joshua B on Mar 27, 2014
Old ones are wearing out.
Matthew Z on Aug 31, 2015
These guys are worn out. I almost lost my shield at 80 mph the other day when I went to close the helmet. They lasted me 3 years.
David F on Dec 16, 2014
busted lever
Joshua B on Mar 27, 2014
These guys are worn out. I almost lost my shield at 80 mph the other day when I went to close the helmet. They lasted me 3 years.
David F on Dec 16, 2014
I have a 4-5 year old x12 and I've noticed that the visor doesn't fully seat/seal when I casually close the lid using one hand, like it used to. I suspect that the springs in the qrsa are "going bad" aka decreasing in tension. Does anyone have the same issue?
A shopper on Feb 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I had a similar issue and replaced my base plates, seems to have fixed the issue. Cheap fix as well!
I was wondering why a rider would need to buy new baseplates for their Shoei helmet. I have a Shoei Quest and I think the visor seal is leaking when at speed. I was looking for new visor seals and came across these baseplates. Could the leaking visor be caused by baseplates instead of the seal?
A shopper on Oct 18, 2013
BEST ANSWER: If your visor seal is leaking I would first suggest that you try adjusting the baseplates by loosening the two screws that attach it and slide the baseplate around. The baseplate may have shifted over time or have been forced out of place. Their placement affects the visor's seal. I guess one would buy these if it was obvious that a piece of it had broken off. I bought new baseplates when my visor was moving around at speed only to get them and see that they come with directions on how to adjust the baseplates that are already there. If adjusting the baseplates doesn't fix your problem it could be a problem with the rubber seal on your helmet if there is some obvious damage visible. I am no helmet expert so it could be something else but I think adjusting the baseplates could easily solve a sealing problem. Hope this helps.