Head Foaming

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TuaCathach

New Member
Ok I am fully aware fof the several differnt options out there at the moment for foaming the head... personally i like the idea of using uphoalstry foam.. it can be easily replaced as it starts to smell etc...

however i was sitting at home last night and had a bit of a brain fart... i have an old motorbike helmet sitting at home. its been around thr block a few times.. the padding is fully detachable and i know its a good fit....

just curios has anyone tried this method yet..

i'm going to have a go this evening... i'll stick an update in my hippie build thread

Colm
 

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esdain

New Member
i didn't want to use my bike helm,et as i still ride my bike but i have used the foam as templates for upholstery foam, it seems to be working well
 

TuaCathach

New Member
cool.. yea its and old lid.. i have a good one still for the bike.. just thought it may work well... i'll have to wait till i et home from work i suppose
 

esdain

New Member
what i found was i had to effectively buit up the foam inside the mask, mainly at the back and top to shape it to the inside of a lid, trial and error, it's a long process
 

TuaCathach

New Member
a long process you say.... all good. i'm in no realy hurry. taking my time.. want to make sure its all done right..... seen to many rush jobs not turn out as good as they should....
 

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TuaCathach

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ok so i had a go of this last night. and its more trouble than its worth... the padding seemed to pull the mask outta shape... so thats out the window,, onto uphoalstrey foam this weekend.. safe bet....
 

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