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Anyone got one????
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Re: Shoei X-Spirit 3

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Anyone got one????
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A couple of mates use them. Usual Shoei quality...........I'd love one but she'd fuckin divorce me!!

Using a GT-Air II which I like, but it's a bit heavy.

Have you looked at the HJC RPHA 11..........fantastic helmet/value
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Re: Shoei X-Spirit 3

Im a shoei fan boi lol
Although i do like my rx-7 too but there now way overpriced
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Im a shoei fan boi lol
Although i do like my rx-7 too but there now way overpriced
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Re: Shoei X-Spirit 3

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Anyone got one????
Whats your opinions of it??
Yep, me .

Have to say I love it ..

Build quality is superb , very comfy, extremely quiet .
Clever little things too, the cheek pads can be removed in situ in case of emergency . The inners can be rotated in the shell to let the rider pick best position , kinda like pulling the chin bar down or up .
The 'aero foils' keep it very stable at speeds , I thought at first it was a gimmick but no, it really stops your head bobbling around .

Compared to my other helmets , I'd put it nearly on a par with my Schuberth S1 pro .. but a little less quiet.
Much nicer than the RX7 . I regret getting one . Way over priced .Too noisy . Definitely a racers helmet , with ear plugs needed .
Better quality and finish than my AGV X3000 . And quieter too .

A pricey helmet , but , have to say no regrets .. Looks class too .
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Re: Shoei X-Spirit 3

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Yep, me .

Have to say I love it ..

Build quality is superb , very comfy, extremely quiet .
Clever little things too, the cheek pads can be removed in situ in case of emergency . The inners can be rotated in the shell to let the rider pick best position , kinda like pulling the chin bar down or up .
The 'aero foils' keep it very stable at speeds , I thought at first it was a gimmick but no, it really stops your head bobbling around .

Compared to my other helmets , I'd put it nearly on a par with my Schuberth S1 pro .. but a little less quiet.
Much nicer than the RX7 . I regret getting one . Way over priced .Too noisy . Definitely a racers helmet , with ear plugs needed .
Better quality and finish than my AGV X3000 . And quieter too .

A pricey helmet , but , have to say no regrets .. Looks class too .
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I changed from Arai RX7 to Shoei GT Air2 last year and I regret it. I was after a quieter helmet but its not noticeably quieter in any way.
Had I known that, I'd have gone with the X-Sprint 3 for sure. As you say, the latest range of Arai is daylight assrape. Impossible to justify their prices.
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A couple of mates use them. Usual Shoei quality...........I'd love one but she'd fuckin divorce me!!

Using a GT-Air II which I like, but it's a bit heavy.

Have you looked at the HJC RPHA 11..........fantastic helmet/value
Is she not interested in your personal safety? Does she not realise the more expensive the helmet you buy, the better chance you'll come back to her in one piece?
Worked on my missus when I bought the Schuberth C4 with built in intercom/radio/blue-tooth (best €900 I ever spent.)
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Is she not interested in your personal safety? Does she not realise the more expensive the helmet you buy, the better chance you'll come back to her in one piece?
Worked on my missus when I bought the Schuberth C4 with built in intercom/radio/blue-tooth (best €900 I ever spent.)
Not necessarily true. Have a look through this, some very expensive and inexpensive 5 star helmets. Sometimes we're paying a premium for brand names and helmet finish.
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Only sometimes?
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ive had 2, i will be getting a third, had an rx 7, xspirits for me, better helmet
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Not necessarily true. Have a look through this, some very expensive and inexpensive 5 star helmets. Sometimes we're paying a premium for brand names and helmet finish.
She doesn't need to know that. Jees like. Try to help a guy to deceive his missus like. Facts not important...
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Is she not interested in your personal safety? Does she not realise the more expensive the helmet you buy, the better chance you'll come back to her in one piece?
Worked on my missus when I bought the Schuberth C4 with built in intercom/radio/blue-tooth (best €900 I ever spent.)
I only recently spent €650 on a Gt-Air II, also have a Neotec.......an X-Spirit III on top of that would probably get me a solicitors letter alright!!!!

(considering I bought her a €100 LS2)
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I bought a Laverty X Spirit III at the bike show in NEC 2 years ago and really like it... Ive always used AGVs previously and find the fit a bit tighter for my weird head but all in all i like it ... Looks great , got a good deal woth two visors and 2 pin locks and its lighter than my 2 middle range AGVs tho ive been looking at a GP PIsta recently which are awesome
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She doesn't need to know that. Jees like. Try to help a guy to deceive his missus like. Facts not important...
In this case, yes you can't put a price on your head 😉
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I only recently spent €650 on a Gt-Air II, also have a Neotec.......an X-Spirit III on top of that would probably get me a solicitors letter alright!!!!

(considering I bought her a €100 LS2)

Any thoughts on the gt air II vs the neotec .. have been considering one of these not sure which to go for. For use for commuting mainly
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Any thoughts on the gt air II vs the neotec .. have been considering one of these not sure which to go for. For use for commuting mainly
The GT-Air II is a fantastic helmet......my Neotec is the original version, so it wouldn't be a fair comparison. I am kinda starting to regret not buying the Neotec II........ because I miss the practicality of the modular helmet.
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The GT-Air II is a fantastic helmet....
Unless you wear glasses under it and the terrible ventilation causes them to fog constantly and even when you open the vents, it does not help much but make the helmet more noisy.

The Sena kit is also a pile of shite by all accounts that can only be used below walking speeds.

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You've to remember that helmet noise is subjective and very much affected by the bike you're riding.

Any naked style bike is going to be noisy no matter what helmet you're wearing so earplugs are the only solution - they make for a far more relaxed ride too anyhow.

Hiding behind a bus sized tourer screen is not going to generate massive noise once the screen is adjusted correctly.

I suppose the exception is when in a constant racing crouch on a race-rep machine, then helmet aerodynamics come to the fore with side pod turbulence, rear vortex's etc affecting noise then - again earplugs are the only option.

Could never understand why people don't always wear them.....
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earplugs are the only option.

Could never understand why people don't always wear them.....
Spent years never wearing them ... Few mates put me onto them and have never looked back ... For everything bar a ten min spin to the garage or something they are essential in my opinion
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Re: Shoei X-Spirit 3

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You've to remember that helmet noise is subjective and very much affected by the bike you're riding.

Any naked style bike is going to be noisy no matter what helmet you're wearing so earplugs are the only solution - they make for a far more relaxed ride too anyhow.

Hiding behind a bus sized tourer screen is not going to generate massive noise once the screen is adjusted correctly.

I suppose the exception is when in a constant racing crouch on a race-rep machine, then helmet aerodynamics come to the fore with side pod turbulence, rear vortex's etc affecting noise then - again earplugs are the only option.

Could never understand why people don't always wear them.....
Agreed, it was a expensive learning curve for me
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Only an XS left - good fit for eubanks....
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Only an XS left - good fit for eubanks....
There's an XL here for people with a normal size head.

https://www.helmetcity.co.uk/shoei-x...ail-tc10-sale/
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https://www.helmetcity.co.uk/shoei-x...ail-tc10-sale/
With a colour scheme like that, it's no wonder it's been left on the shelf - like something you'd see in Mario Kart....
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With a colour scheme like that, it's no wonder it's been left on the shelf - like something you'd see in Mario Kart....
You won't see it once you're wearing it
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