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    Fox Rampage Pro Carbon vent foam

    Hey guys. I just got my Fox RPC lid for my first trip up to Whistler. Very comfortable. Tight cheek pads but loosens just a bit with at least one sweaty ride.

    Anyway, it seems like it would breath better around the mouth guard and be a little less warm if I just ripped out that foam inside the mouth screens in front. Any of you guys do that with yours? Would you recommend against it? If so why?

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    I dont think it will make much difference, the side vents don't have the foam and I'm guessing the ones direct in front have that to protect from the dust and crap that can get inside... I'd just keep it, I don't really have any problems with it for downhill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfa81 View Post
    I dont think it will make much difference, the side vents don't have the foam and I'm guessing the ones direct in front have that to protect from the dust and crap that can get inside... I'd just keep it, I don't really have any problems with it for downhill!
    Thanks bud...

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