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Old 01-04-2014, 07:50 PM   #1
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Questions about AGV GP-Tech Helmet Shell/Padding

I just bought a XXL AGV GP-TECH helmet and its a little sloppy. A size "XL" would not have fit over my head. Currently, I've got "Large" cheek pads in it and it helped a little. I was doing some research and came across this:

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I spoke with AGV in Costa Mesa, CA. The GP-tech has 3 different outer shell sizes and 4 different internal EPS sizes. To swap different padding/liner size, the outer shell size does not matter. As long as the internal EPS size is the same, you can swap the padding/liner. Here are the sizes that share the same internal EPS size. XXS/XS, S/M, L/XL, XXL/XXXL.
It sounds pretty self explanatory but in a bout of wishful thinking I will ask anyway:

Will I be able to fit L or XL inner padding liners (top padding) in my XXL shell? Or are the cheek pads the only things interchangeable?

Thanks for any help.
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Old 01-04-2014, 09:24 PM   #2
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I know agv had to make some modifications with their helmets in terms of padding because of people having issues with vision on the top part of the lens. I would give them a call if no one else on here can give you advice on it, a lot of people said their customer service was good with advising on padding.
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You can fit an XL liner in your shell with no issues.
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You can fit an XL liner in your shell with no issues.

Thanks for the replies, guys.

Patrick, am I correct in thinking that an XL top liner will help tighten up the feel of the helmet?
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