HJC Helmets AR10 III Auto Helmet

What can I expect from HJC AR10 helmet?

The new Snell SA2010 rated AR-10 II helmet from HJC meets or exceeds the new Snell Foundation’s SA2010 specifications. It is a lightweight and high quality auto racing helmet with the features of helmets costing twice as much. What more can you expect from the world’s #1 helmet company?

What kind of helmet does HJC motorsports use?

To see all the latest HJC Motorsports helmets, go to the HJC Motorsports Helmets Page. The new Snell SA2010 rated AR-10 II helmet from HJC meets or exceeds the new Snell Foundation’s SA2010 specifications. It is a lightweight and high quality auto racing helmet with the features of helmets costing twice as much.

Where can I buy HJC gear plate or any other parts?

FMVSS 218 now requires all manufacturers to label the helmet model on the DOT sticker. You can view an example of it here: WHERE CAN I PURCHASE THE GEAR PLATE OR ANY OTHER HELMET PARTS? Please contact your nearest authorized HJC Dealer. For information about dealers in your area, please contact one of our distributors.

Where is the shield tab on a HJC helmet?

The way to verify this is to check to make certain that the shield tab is under the channel on the shield based plate, see our Helmet Tech section. If the tab is in fact under the channel (on both sides) then there is a possibility that the actual base plate position needs to be adjusted.

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Can we ever get enough of Conquer and their attention to detail? In short: we absolutely cannot! Their Aerodynamic Auto Facing Helmet is five stars in every way. For starters, the stability it provides thanks to the chin bar will make you a better driver: as the peace of mind knowing that you’ve got guaranteed head and neck protection is invaluable.

Being a Snell SA2015 certified design, Conquer turn the fire retardant padding on the interior from a SA requirement into a notable feature. Although several drivers may complain about the ‘tight’ fit of this aerodynamic helmet, Conquer profess that the snugger the fit, the less neck strain a driver will feel in the driver’s seat. And countless other racers agree!

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