The visor on the Eliminator attaches and tightens down on either side with an Allen wrench, but offers no further adjustment. There is no ratcheting mechanism for the visor’s action, so it’s pretty much up or down while you’re on the road. If the sides are too loose, or after a bit of wear, the visor may have a hard time staying open while moving, which can be annoying. Keeping the visor shut is a stud on the helmet that fits through a hole at the bottom of the shield. This works well for keeping it locked down, but takes a bit of force and prying to get it open; if your helmet isn’t strapped tight or fits a little loosely, it may get jostled around while trying to open it up.