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Old 01-26-2014, 11:03 PM   #1
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Helmet help

Hey guys I've been looking into getting a new helmet, I currently have the HJC RPS-10.. And I love it. I'm looking into getting the new RPHA-10 or the AGV GP-Tech, Grid, or the horizon it. Money isn't the issue, just want something really good like my RPS.... . I really like the AGV grid "sun&moon" so if you guys have either of these helmets please tell me what the ups and downs are on them. Thanks!!!
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:06 PM   #2
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Now down to the agv grid and the rpha-10, any one ? Lol
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:09 PM   #3
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Agv be careful, try it on and see if you have a issue of seeing in the tuck position
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I'm not a fan of the big chin on the agv helmets. But it's preference. Depends on how you ride. If it bothers you and money isn't an issue try an arai. They have the smallest chin
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I tried on a rpha 10 and man it was so soft and comfy.. felt better than most vaginas ive been in
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I prefer Shoei, but that's just me. Get what fits you the best. Snug, not loose, and not to tight.
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Which arai would be similar to the RPHA-10??
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RPHA is top of the line HJC. Corsair V is top of the line arai. probably see almost double in price though
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Dpends on your head shape.
The RPHA10 is oriented towards a medium oval.
If you liked the RPS10 the RPHA10 will not disappoint you.
It's a tad lighter, and imo the liner is even more plush.
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