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recommendations on different helmet

So its yet another season and have decided to splurge a little since i have been working 84 hour weeks and yet to have a day off in a month. Got to love O/T money. Tried scorpion helmets and well replaced with HJC's and Now i want something different

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the agv stealth but open for opions


And I ordered one of these to replace my joe rocket


go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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that agv helmet is real nice, i bought one just before i crashed, never got to wear it though

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I don't know about AGV helmets... I've had HJC, which I do not like; Shoei I love; and Arai I love.
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Rob, your head fits both a shoei and an arai??? Hmm...

Not a big fan of agv either... cheap crap IMO actually. I had a pair of their boots that barely lasted a season.
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Rob, your head fits both a shoei and an arai??? Hmm...

Not a big fan of agv either... cheap crap IMO actually. I had a pair of their boots that barely lasted a season.
So your making a judgment of a helmet based on boots?

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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c2m, exactly! If they can't get a boot right, what makes you think they can make a decent helmet...

If your head fits one properly, and is in the budget, consider a shoei or an arai, which ever fits you better. Not familiar with the arai line, but the rf1000/x11's are real good helmets.
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c2m, exactly! If they can't get a boot right, what makes you think they can make a decent helmet...

If your head fits one properly, and is in the budget, consider a shoei or an arai, which ever fits you better. Not familiar with the arai line, but the rf1000/x11's are real good helmets.
Honestly I never liked how the shoei or arai fit for some reason my its just me. HJC i found to fit nice until you add in speakers then it goes to hell. That and the lack of air coming in and noise.

This is why i am asking to get ideas before I buy the helmet to get the opions

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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you probably didn't like those other helmets because they don't sell XXXXXL for your big ass head

I like my suomy way better than the agv.

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you probably didn't like those other helmets because they don't sell XXXXXL for your big ass head

I like my suomy way better than the agv.
Did you ever find a girdle big enough yet for yourself

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Did you ever find a girdle big enough yet for yourself

no but I have lost 37lbs since the last time I saw you

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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

-"You will meet your destiny on the road of avoidance."

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no but I have lost 37lbs since the last time I saw you
Must be single again and havent figured out how to cook yet

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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haha neither. I manage to keep my gf around and I haz mad cookin skillz.

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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

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haha neither. I manage to keep my gf around and I haz mad cookin skillz.
Canned goods doesnt count

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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I wear Arai 90% of the time
Love their shields the most.. I must have 20 of them in every shade

Suomey are comfortable as all f*ck and are so well ventilated... but the shield is a pita to change

never hard a high end Shoei... but everyone knows they are great.

Have you checked head size and shape by a pro?
if you go to the Arai booth at a race or the show they will measure your head.. and fit you.. down to custom cheek pads and liners .. to make sure you get the right helmet and it fits perfect.. Which is as important or more important than any of the "slamming it into an anvil" testing you see..

Sorry if that's a bit knowitallish.. don't mean to be.. Just bounced my face down the pavement more often than most (and.. I did break my nose through a cheapo 100$ shoei the one time I went flying with it on)
the shield looked like something from CSI and I wouldnt doubt the helmet had a pint of blood in it when I dumped it out
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Rob, your head fits both a shoei and an arai??? Hmm...

Not a big fan of agv either... cheap crap IMO actually. I had a pair of their boots that barely lasted a season.
Big differance between boots and helmets. And what boot in the line?

Anyway, Rossi wears AGV. And all helmets worn by racers can be bought off the shelf. Not sure what model he runs though.

Arai makes differant lids for differant shaped heads too.

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I wear Arai 90% of the time
Love their shields the most.. I must have 20 of them in every shade

Suomey are comfortable as all f*ck and are so well ventilated... but the shield is a pita to change

never hard a high end Shoei... but everyone knows they are great.

Have you checked head size and shape by a pro?
if you go to the Arai booth at a race or the show they will measure your head.. and fit you.. down to custom cheek pads and liners .. to make sure you get the right helmet and it fits perfect.. Which is as important or more important than any of the "slamming it into an anvil" testing you see..

Sorry if that's a bit knowitallish.. don't mean to be.. Just bounced my face down the pavement more often than most (and.. I did break my nose through a cheapo 100$ shoei the one time I went flying with it on)
the shield looked like something from CSI and I wouldnt doubt the helmet had a pint of blood in it when I dumped it out
+1 on suomy pita sheild but super comfy. helluva lo less noise than agv as well.

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Big differance between boots and helmets. And what boot in the line?

Anyway, Rossi wears AGV. And all helmets worn by racers can be bought off the shelf. Not sure what model he runs though.

Arai makes differant lids for differant shaped heads too.
I don't think the helmets Rossi wears are off the shelf.
Rossi gets paid more to wear that helmet than the entire rest of the grid gets in helmet sponsorship combined
actually.. if you took the entire rest of the grids helmet money and multiplied it by .. i believe it was 5.. You would have how much they pay him..

They sell his helmets as a rep and charge extra.. and if I remember correctly.. not even all of that covers the cost of keeping Rossi in that helmet..
I am sure a bit of it is national pride.. but Rossi doesn't wear an AGV because it's the best anymore than those guys out there in MotoGP are wearing "Nolan" for it being the best.

They wear what pays.
Sure they get great protection, fit, finish, vent.. etc.. Oftentimes there stuff is one off hand made specifically for them.. and they wear it one time.
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well no kidding...
Looks like Rossi has another in.. and I just learned something else I didn't know
I knew AGV was Italian.. I didn't know they were owned by Dainese..

and I didn't know they made Rossi the "President" of AGV.. heh

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I have the AGV Stealth and unfornately I have't pulled the bike out of storage yet to give you a review. I had another AGV helmet prior and was very pleased with it despite yes it did have a noise if you turned your head a certain direction it emitted a high pitched squeal which was incredibly annoying. I never once heard the noise while track riding it was only during group rides where I would look back to another rider or whatnot.

I can tell you they fit true to what size their helmet sizing guide offers and the new ones are all fully removable pads which is nice. ventilation seems to be top notch. Only complaint I had is the helmet has a little notch on the very back (for aerodynamics) that makes it almost impossible to put in my scorpion hard case. That is the least of my worries in a helmet though.

I would recommend AGV helmets and have found them incredibly confortable. I also like SHoe RF1000 helmets as I bought one for my girlfriend and she says its incredibly confortable. I have used HJC in the past and liked them, but from what others say they tend to weight more than others. not sure if that is physical weight or aerodynamic drag.

With helmets you really get what you pay for in terms of comfort. From what I've read and seen they all do a great job of protecting if they are from reputable companies, and even some of those walmart cheapo helmets had excellent test ratings when they were in motorcycle testing magazines.
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I have been using the AGV stealth for over 2 years now. My only complaint is noise but if you wear ear plugs it's a non issue. Venting is fairly decent and I don't find myself sweating much even on 100 degree days. If it fits your head you should be happy with it.
I have an AGV leather jacket as well which has held up exceptionally well after 4 years and 2 crashes so I don't doubt the quality of their products.
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I picked up an Arai Profile few weeks ago and love it. Plenty of ventilation, very light, comfortable, and there is plenty of room for headphones.
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AGV makes a nice helmet. I'v got a Stealth that's pretty nice, and a Ti-Tech Rossi Gothic rep that is the bomb-diggity. They just don't fit my head quite right and hurt my ears after awhile.
My main lid is a Shoei RF1000. Liner isn't as nice as the AGVs, but it fits ever so slightly better. I have an older X-11 that's all kinds of awesome.

I've crash tested both Shoei models, on multiple occasions, and in each case they performed perfectly.

I've REALLY liked the Arais I've tried on, but never thought they were worth the couple hundred dollars more than a comparable Shoei, especially at the rate I break them.

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Actually they are, the GP Tech.
Just because they have a model doesn't mean it's off the shelf
His is probably made by elves in some far away race factory using materials known only to themselves, NASA, and the MIB in Battery Park

Just like you'd see the pro's out there in the same AlpineStars suits we can buy.. Until you get close enough to them.. or know people.. Then you realize they fly people out.. take all of their measurements and make the suits specifically for them.. every cut exactly to fit them best (they do not offer this as a service at a*.. I know Vanson does).. They are also more often than not made of Kangaroo.. and made in the US.. as opposed to Pakistan or wherever the suit with all the sponsorship logos you see on the shelf are made (think that's where my Speedstar was made.. and it shredded on impact)
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Rob, your head fits both a shoei and an arai??? Hmm...

Not a big fan of agv either... cheap crap IMO actually. I had a pair of their boots that barely lasted a season.
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So your making a judgment of a helmet based on boots?
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c2m, exactly! If they can't get a boot right, what makes you think they can make a decent helmet...

If your head fits one properly, and is in the budget, consider a shoei or an arai, which ever fits you better. Not familiar with the arai line, but the rf1000/x11's are real good helmets.


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What kind of pants do you wear with that jacket? Does it attach to the jacket?
Yeppers i already have a teknic 2 piece so this will match up the same

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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