An unobstructed view of the road is extremely vital to any motorcyclist, a factor depending heavily on the condition of your Nolan helmet's visor. Nolan has engineered its visor retention system to be as easy to use as possible, whether you are replacing a damaged visor or swapping from a clear visor to tinted visor. With some practice, you may be able to remove and install a visor without taking the helmet off.
- Skill level:
Grasp the bottom edge of the helmet's visor with both hands and it lift it upward into a completely opened position.
Slide your hands to the edge of the visor and the sides of the helmet's eye port. Place your thumbs on the visor release buttons on the visor pivot mechanisms at the side of the helmet.
Press the release buttons with your thumbs and push the visor forward with your fingers until it can be pulled away from the helmet.
Hold the new visor in an approximation of its fully-opened position against the helmet, using both hands.
Insert the hook at the top of the visor's edges into the helmet's visor pivot mechanisms, then press the hooks at the bottom edge of the visor into the mechanism. The visor release buttons will make a snapping sound, indicating that the visor is locked into place.
Lower and raise a few times to ensure that the visor is secured in the pivot mechanisms. Release the visor and reinstall it if you encounter any difficulties while moving the visor through its range of motion.
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