Schuberth C4 Pro Helmet Review

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by VR46, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. Motodisiac

    Motodisiac Moto Terrorist

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    That would be because there are a couple more layers of Dyneema in the shell to satisfy DOT requirements.

    D.

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  2. SidewinderX

    SidewinderX Hey, watch this! Super Supporter

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    So slightly different shell shape?
    I thought it must be thicker = more weight.

    I’m just extremely disappointed that my C3Pro fits me very good but new C4Pro is too tight.

    I canceled my order this morning for a new Carbon.
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  3. Motodisiac

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    That's strange. Theoretically they should actually fit the same.
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    That stinks the new one doesn't fit. I'm happily going back to Shoei after this C4 is done. After 1 year, I had to send my C4 back to Schuberth to repair the comm unit. I thought either the battery or comm unit was fried, but turns out the wiring harness in between had a problem (couldn't turn the comm ON and it wouldn't get a charge). Anyway, good helmets, but nothing above and beyond Arai or Shoei. And hopefully the bad wiring was a fluke. I've had my cheap Shoei Qwest w/ add-on Sena SMH10 for about 6 years now and zero issues with wiring.
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  5. SidewinderX

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    Exactly!

    So I tried on two different Large C4pros at a local BMW dealer on Tuesday. They don’t fit me. I then tried on a new C3Pro- it fits just like my old one.

    I don’t understand. ALL reports state they are the same shell shape...
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