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post #21 of 28 Old 11-29-12, 15:48
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Just thought I would throw this one out there. Shoei now has an X-Twelve that offers a Union Jack flag and Union Jack styling over the sides of the helmet. Retail for this helmet is $807.99. Check out www.Shoei-helmets.com for other new Shoei graphics.

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post #22 of 28 Old 12-02-12, 04:51
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Love the design, wouldn't mine one with the southern cross incorporated into the design somewhere for us Aussie rides, but that's not likely to happen.

$800 is cheap compared to here, I paid $1100 for my X-12 Bautista.
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post #23 of 28 Old 12-08-12, 10:38
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this is my fav british flag helmet. may pick it up next year just because. i have an oval head. in the bell and shoei, the small pinched my forehead but i needed bigger cheekpads in the medium.


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Way to much money the prices have gotten out of control. In the end u crash hard enough it's not gonna save your life.


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this is my fav british flag helmet. may pick it up next year just because. i have an oval head. in the bell and shoei, the small pinched my forehead but i needed bigger cheekpads in the medium.

This helmet is the RX-Q, it's not for the oval-shaped head. It's fit is fairly close to the Shoei RF-1000/RF-1100. Nice helmet though - I have it.
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post #26 of 28 Old 12-08-12, 13:52
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This helmet is the RX-Q, it's not for the oval-shaped head. It's fit is fairly close to the Shoei RF-1000/RF-1100. Nice helmet though - I have it.
Hey guys - I had the Arai RX-Q UK Flag helmet in large but it gave me a splitting headache after one hour. Sold it on ebay and now have a Edwards Corsair V in Medium which fits me much better.

The RX-Q is a great helmet - just make sure you size it right and take note of your head shape as it's more for roundheads than ovals

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How does this compare to the RF1200??
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post #28 of 28 Old 03-27-14, 10:16
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How does this compare to the RF1200??
Simple answer? There's not a huge difference between the X-Twelve and the RF-1200.




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