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Shoei Neotec work with Sena SMH10?


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#21 Speedygg

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Posted 23 March 2012 - 10:47 AM

Got the 302 clamp it has a smaller internal clamp that I got wedged up the side of the helmet innards. Got all the wires routed and so on, ready to put the cheek pad back on and...... :banghead: The cheek pad looks like it will need an incision into the plastic that supports the bottom of the cheek pad. Say it ain't so?


Question regarding the 302 clamp...do you know if the the mic boom wire is long enough to place the boom on the right side of the helmet? I've got the new Nolan N104 and it has a slot already set for the boom but it is on the right side rather than the left.
BTW, good luck with the cheek pad.
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Posted 10 April 2012 - 03:33 PM

I've got a SENA with ear speakers on a Shoei RF1000.

Can someone out there with the same setup post a picture of how you route the speaker wires in your helmet?


Used the very dull blunt side of a butter knife to press the wires between the liner and rubber edging.
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#23 Eric L

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 10:51 AM

I've got a SENA with ear speakers on a Shoei RF1000.

Can someone out there with the same setup post a picture of how you route the speaker wires in your helmet?


dunno if my X-11 is similar, but I ripped out the inside of the helmet, dremeled out speaker holes from the back of the styro by the ears. routed the far speaker along the back of the helmet, under some tape, then put the helmet back together.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 11:17 PM

Just received my Neotec today. What an awesome helmet!

I went from an old RF800 to a Shoei Hornet and now to the Neotec. (all size Large for those wondering about fit. I did have to spoon a bit of the forehead out on the Hornet)

As for my Sena (SMH10 Version 2) I was able to use the original clamp and it works fine. Routed the wires under the removable pads, cut some sticky-back velcro (loop/fuzzy side) to the dished out speaker areas, attached the speakers and badda-bing. Works great. Obviously the A0302 or A0304 would probably work better in getting the mic further forward but totally doable without.

The only thing I think I might alter is to increase the thickness of the velcro I installed so that the speakers are closer to my ears.

I installed the clamp as far forward as possible without interfering with the hinge.

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