ARAI the Helmet Company is a family owned business started over 60 years ago. Three generations have committed themselves to the same goal: making the best, safest and most comfortable helmet possible. Every Arai helmet is virtually 100% handmade, and each one must go thru three separate quality control departments before it leaves the assembly line. Each helmet comes with a 5 year warranty and all helmets easily meet or exceed the worlds most stringent safety standards. From Moto GP to Formula 1, Arai is present in all forms of motor sports; motorcycle, karting, auto racing, no matter what type of racing, Arai has a helmet for you. Arai does not make custom racing helmets for the Elite racers, the same helmet you see the professionals wear is available from GPhelmets.com.
GP Helmets is an authorized Arai helmet dealer located in Scottsdale Arizona and USA Only Exclusive Arai helmet Store. We pride ourselves on being The number 1 Arai store and Arai Specialists as we have worked with Arai for the past 10 years and are very familiar with all their models. We stock not only helmets, but also all the hard to find genuine Arai Parts and accessories including: Hans Posts, PED Kits, Mirror Shields, Tinted Shields, Screw Kits, Cheek Pads, Ducts Vents, Side Covers and Tear Offs. Whatever Arai helmet part you are looking for, we can help.
GPhelmets.com is happy to supply genuine Arai Hans Posts for your Arai helmet. The only Arai helmet supplied with Hans Post Anchors installed standard from the factory in the USA is the GP6 RC, all the other Arai Helmetscome from the factory either pre-drilled for all SA helmets or pre-drilled with M6 threaded inserts for the new SAH helmets (SA2010 M6).
SAH Hans Post Anchors are supplied WITHOUT threaded washers, only SA Post Anchors come WITH the threaded washers.
Arai Hans Post Anchors Installation Tips for SAH Helmets: Installation is done from outside of helmet, tighten the center screw while keeping the center post facing rearward.
Arai Hans Post Anchors Installation Tips for SA Helmets Only: Remove the cheek pads, DO NOT remove the liner, just gently pry the liner away from the shell and slide the nut washer using a small wrench, put a drop of thread locker sealant on the threads, hand tighten until the point of the post faces rearward, torque to 30 inch pounds or 3.4 newton meters.