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  1. 1. which do you prefer?



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For noise levels

I think it all depends on individual as all heads differ slightly from each other. So by using different brands or different models from a same brand will have different results.

 

It all depends on you wear nice fitting helmet or slightly loose one.

e.g. I can either wear S or M for my Arai Mach. Because my forehead measurement is about 55.

 

 

But I prefer Arai to Shoei because Andy Lau wears that in Full Trottle.

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When you are going up, you will have all the anticipation of fun and trill and get to see all the nice scenery. But when you sense that it is going down, you will wish it would stay there forever but the thruth is its not possible.

Before you know it, you are on the way down and only thing one can do is

hold on tight to yourself. If cannot take it let it out by shouting.

The higher you went, the longer the sufferings.

But when you are at the bottom already, you will try to think of those nice moments up there again. But at the same time fear the coming down part.

Some things are, we know it yet we still go and try it.

Till the moment we are off the roller coaster on the platform, some people suffer and puke while some are enjoying the process and laughing to their joy.

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I prefer Arai to Shoei becos can get those with PSB stickers one ... yeah I know both are tested to extremely stringent international standards, but its nice to know that tps have no excuse to guai lan and book you for wearing a $900 dollar non-PSB-approved helmet :sweat:

 

:btw: still saving the $$$ to buy one of these "ji2 pin3" (good quality stuff) :cheeky:

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arai ff is lighter than shoei ff. and the size is slightly larger. my dad using s ff shoei.

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Originally posted by misterbean@Aug 5 2004, 01:54 PM

I prefer Arai to Shoei becos can get those with PSB stickers one ... yeah I know both are tested to extremely stringent international standards, but its nice to know that tps have no excuse to guai lan and book you for wearing a $900 dollar non-PSB-approved helmet :sweat:

 

:btw: still saving the $$$ to buy one of these "ji2 pin3" (good quality stuff) :cheeky:

dainese helmets is the best out there....... come to JR to see the truth.............

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Originally posted by BaoBao@Aug 5 2004, 01:30 PM

But I prefer Arai to Shoei because Andy Lau wears that in Full Trottle.

My idol.

My idol is Arnie in Terminator, and he didn't wear any helmet. :cheeky:

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today juz went chong aik to try the x-11 helment. great product, too bad it dosnt fit my head shape. my head fit nicely to the helmet shell but the check pad doesnt fit my face, after a while the pad will wear off n become thin. then helmet too loose liao. tink got to settle for arai liao.

 

the dijaro memorial edition is bery nice, too bad oni availbe in xl size..

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Originally posted by fat grape@Aug 8 2004, 01:00 AM

today juz went chong aik to try the x-11 helment. great product, too bad it dosnt fit my head shape. my head fit nicely to the helmet shell but the check pad doesnt fit my face, after a while the pad will wear off n become thin. then helmet too loose liao. tink got to settle for arai liao.

 

the dijaro memorial edition is bery nice, too bad oni availbe in xl size..

go get a dianese helmets, see whether it fit ur head.

Thrash2Limits:cheers:

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My Shoei X-11 has serve me well with the noise level low... Its has a lock-on lever for the visor. Going at 180kph, its still quite quiet....:smile:

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Originally posted by Lion@Aug 8 2004, 09:52 PM

My Shoei X-11 has serve me well with the noise level low... Its has a lock-on lever for the visor. Going at 180kph, its still quite quiet....:smile:

hehehe, brudder.. it can only be a SHOEI..never an ARAI... hehehe.. :sweat: :sweat:

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Originally posted by stylomilo@Aug 10 2004, 02:09 PM

which model Arai or Shoei u guys using?

top end or entry levels?

hello.

 

im using a Arai Astro J model now...its in the medium range of Arai's FF series.

Its preetty comfy and feels quite light. Abit noisy when speed above 120kmph..but its probably because it is so well-ventilated (wont feel hot in sunny weather). Anyway the noise dun bother me....iz good to be able to hear things around you for safety reasons.

 

One other thing u might have to contend with;

 

Arais have a tendency whereby the bottom rim front rubber lining tends to loose adhesiveness and fall off.

 

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