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Old 12-09-2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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AGV helmet who has them locally?

so yeah i plan on getting a rossi Gothic one later on. and i want to try them on to see how well they fit and to see what size i am. so who has/sells AGV helmets locally?
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so yeah i plan on getting a rossi Gothic one later on. and i want to try them on to see how well they fit and to see what size i am. so who has/sells AGV helmets locally?


grand prix motoring has then i think but todd can get them too....look up some reviews on these helmets first Long i was going to order one last night but after looking at some stuff and comparring helmets they are not worth the price tag....plus the sizing is wierd you need to try them on they fit wierd


you also need tools to swap lenses
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http://www.webbikeworld.com/r3/agv-h...gv-ti-tech.htm
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Old 12-09-2006, 03:54 PM   #4
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cool thanks for the advice. im not too worried about swapping lenses out. i usually just leave my Iridium on. but i just wanna try one on to see how it is. i have a Scorpion helmet held up pretty good in a crash test, im just ready for a new better helmet.
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cool thanks for the advice. im not too worried about swapping lenses out. i usually just leave my Iridium on. but i just wanna try one on to see how it is. i have a Scorpion helmet held up pretty good in a crash test, im just ready for a new better helmet.

i was going to order the gothic as well....i really liked that one but i think ill go with something else..im not sure what to get either the shoei x11 graphics suck and everyone wears a shoei , my arias keeps falling apart,so im in a delima.....
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i was going to order the gothic as well....i really liked that one but i think ill go with something else..im not sure what to get either the shoei x11 graphics suck and everyone wears a shoei , my arias keeps falling apart,so im in a delima.....
yeah thats why i wanted the gothic. i haven't anyone else with it. well if your getting it i'll get a AGV stealth
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yeah thats why i wanted the gothic. i haven't anyone else with it. well if your getting it i'll get a AGV stealth
im prolly got going to get one after everything i've read so far and i haven't talk to anyone thats actually had one to give me a review...so im in limbo
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im prolly got going to get one after everything i've read so far and i haven't talk to anyone thats actually had one to give me a review...so im in limbo

yeah i just read the review. guess i might try to get a suomy. lol
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yeah i just read the review. guess i might try to get a suomy. lol


well i was wondering why no one had these ..maybe this is why...the x-11 is about the best helmet ive found from every thing i heard but shoeis graphics blow...on the x11 the rf1000 has better graphics than the top of the line... humm...shark helmets are supposed to be awesome as well as the simpon helmets but i dunno what to get.. i lost my faith in arai and now im lost
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well i was wondering why no one had these ..maybe this is why...the x-11 is about the best helmet ive found from every thing i heard but shoeis graphics blow...on the x11 the rf1000 has better graphics than the top of the line... humm...shark helmets are supposed to be awesome as well as the simpon helmets but i dunno what to get.. i lost my faith in arai and now im lost
andy just got a shark helmet. so far he says he likes it, also the material for the cheek pads are really nice.
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I haven't had any problems with my helmet but I haven't had any rocks hit my vent.


dude i lost the front middle vent ,the chinbar vent, the vinyl strip on the chinbar,and the lond vents are coming off ..i mean wtf its a 600 arai and its falling apart after 4 months. the visor wont come off anymoe be cause of the design the locks are full of bugs.. WTF





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i was just browsing some shark helmets so far i like the designs im just trying to find some reviews now.
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http://www.webbikeworld.com/r2/motor...met/shark-rsi/

so far the reviews are good. i guess i'll be getting a shark helmet after christmas.
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I will have AGV probably Tues so you can try them out if you still want too.
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i have a shark rsr2 and love it! The only thing I don't like is how difficult it is to open the face shield as I tend to open it at every stop light. Just have to remember it is a race helmet and there is no need to open the shield during a race... Other than that it rocks hard.
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i have a shark rsr2 and love it! The only thing I don't like is how difficult it is to open the face shield as I tend to open it at every stop light. Just have to remember it is a race helmet and there is no need to open the shield during a race... Other than that it rocks hard.
where did yours from?
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eBay. Honda of Toledo was the seller. They had it up for Best offer/buy it now. Got it for a good price. Actually two b/c I bought one too big. I think you were the only person on this forum who was interested in buying it from me. Just make sure you get the right size as they do not allow returns/exchanges.
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