I have an SMH10 on both an RF1100 and my Arai (good or bad my woman wears the same size helmet) it all mounts quite easily as designed. No way in hell would i glue it on. The clamp will never touch your ear even if you have circus freak ears, since it tucks between the shell and liner. Give it a shot as designed. I don't often check these threads but i use a sena about 2 -3 hours per day in all weather conditions. I charge it about once every 4-5 days. I usually just use it to listen to music or podcasts when solo and intercom two up. I occasionally answer the phone if I'm expecting a call. People are typically shocked to find out I'm doing 75 on a bike My woman had to get used to it because she called me and i would be taking to her about whatever. She would get agitated after a while because she was expecting to hear me say "I'm leaving work soon", while i had been hauling ass the whole time and thought she could hear the bike. Now she knows to ask what I'm doing. Typical response "about 80". Last week i was on the way to work and got a call. It was a medical billing person. I informed her that i could talk but not write anything down since i was on the bike. She was quite surprised and after we had talked she asked me "did you say you're on a motorcycle? Because my dad rides and when ever we call him we can't understand a thing." Oh and another thing. When i first got it i thought it was good to about 35 Where wind noise would make it not worth the effort. Then someone suggested that i use foam ear plugs. GOLD. i can now hear perfectly to speeds i wont publish. And the bike sounds turbine powered. Dammit. Last comment. I have both the flex boom mic and the small stick on one. The flex boom is in my Arai helmet. As far as sound goes they are the same. My usual helmet is the Arai. As a pilot the flex boom is just a natural. When my woman wears it she tends to move out around so it goes from clear to her sounding like she's in another room.