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post #891 of 893 Old 07-01-18, 14:10
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Arai Signet-X in Diamond White with dark smoke shield. Matches the Crystal White paint on my 675R almost perfectly, which was really a happy accident. I owned a medium Shoei RF-1000 'Diabolic' for years, and I loved that helmet. The fit was perfect, the shield mechanism was great. When I needed a new helmet, I tried the RF-1200 in medium and it felt like my head was in a vice. I wore it around my house for a few hours and it was really, really uncomfortable. I decided to try the Signet-X and found the fit to be much more better for me. Not sure why the RF-1000 and RF-1200 fit so differently, but I've been enjoying the Aria since I bought it. Doesn't look as cool as a Shoei, but it is a beautifully made item.
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post #892 of 893 Old 07-26-18, 10:23
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My daily is a Bell Star with a Sena S20



I got Travis Pastrana to sign it a few weeks ago after the Vegas Knievel jumps when he was in Austin for the DirtFish Rally Cross



On the track I wear a Bell Race Star Flex carbon.
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post #893 of 893 Old 07-26-18, 13:18
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I use the Race Star myself since I got it on sale. It's ok, but I wish I had gone with an Arai or Shark since it's not especially comfortable or lightweight for the money. The angle is pretty sweet when tucked, though.
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