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Old 08-18-2014, 03:07 PM   #21
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No I don't, or do I give a .
I think that if you put in the helmet there would be more padding. It's kinda like that packing foam you spray into a box and it swells up to match the item.
But I still think you need to strap it. I don't know if alone is enough to make it stay on.
Packing it with a fetus.......... too slippery. Prolly just worse.

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I'm trying to keep them on track....
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I think that if you put in the helmet there would be more padding. It's kinda like that packing foam you spray into a box and it swells up to match the item.
But I still think you need to strap it. I don't know if alone is enough to make it stay on.
Packing it with a fetus.......... too slippery. Prolly just worse.

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Well it depends really on how old the fetus is. If left exposed to the elements for enough time--let's say, about an hour or so--they get sticky and could be most beneficial. On the other hand, could be of use as well. Again, you need to take into account certain variables, the most important of which being the diet of the person or animal that produced said . Certain elements can produce great traction and comfort while others are almost if not completely useless. I personally prefer the Shoei model FS 110-11 with optional peanut inserts.
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I personally prefer the Shoei model FS 110-11 with optional inserts.

I haven't tried that one yet. Does it offer nut protection as well? Might have to get one.
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I haven't tried that one yet. Does it offer nut protection as well? Might have to get one.
It's an option with that model, but it does cost extra. The Shoei FS 110-12 set to be released in November will come with it factory at no charge.
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Too freakin funny. Thanks for the laughs.
Finally a thread with minor squabbles albeit the more ppl who chimes in, the more petty quarrels to erupt.

So..I heard in parking lots, its much harder to dictate who was wrong/right from a legal pov. I hope little mumbai walked away with a minor concussion and nothing more severe. Apply pressure!
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[QUOTE=iDazzle;3807003]Too freakin funny. Thanks for the laughs.
Finally a thread with minor squabbles albeit the more ppl who chimes in, the more petty quarrels to erupt.QUOTE]

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[QUOTE=iDazzle;3807003]Too freakin funny. Thanks for the laughs.
Finally a thread with minor squabbles albeit the more ppl who chimes in, the more petty quarrels to erupt.[QUOTE]

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[quote=Track_Graphics;3807161][QUOTE=iDazzle;3807003]Too freakin funny. Thanks for the laughs.
Finally a thread with minor squabbles albeit the more ppl who chimes in, the more petty quarrels to erupt.
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Oh yea numb nutts????
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I just picked up a wrecked Slady P (orange & black) and got it all fixed up.
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Youre the chicken, chicken!
Me dunno what a slady p is. But its orange and black, hhmmm, cbr's and ktm's are orange. Am I getting close?
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I haven't tried that one yet. Does it offer nut protection as well? Might have to get one.
Yes but the straps from helmet to nuts is still in development. We are working as quickly as we can to meet the production deadline.
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