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which do you prefer?  

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  1. 1. which do you prefer?



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arai for me when i want to ride sane, coz it fits my head.

 

shoei really squeezes out my brain! and i ended up riding without a brain. or rather i need to get to the destination fast so that i could take out the shoei.

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Personally prefer ARAI. But I don't think you can go wrong with either.

 

ARAI - Looks & comfort :thumb:

SHOEI - Build quality :thumb:

 

End of the day go for the one that suits your head. I did & mine's an ARAI RX7 RR4. :cool:

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It boils down to personal preference.Am personally using SHOEI J-Force 2 and it works great for me.Light,comfy and I'm able to hit speeds of 251km/h in this helmet.Tried and tested but of course it's not an everyday event.So far I did it 8 times but I've stopped since.The visors are strong but then again if there's any flying object at speeds >100km/h,it's enough to crack/smash your visor even if it's a Shoei,Arai or AGV.

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Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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Have owned both. No diff to me.

Arai is not especially light. Neither is Shoei. Both also offers the same protection. Same noise level. Same comfort.

 

If I want protection, lightness, I'll go buy a CF helmet like the Akuma Phantom II, or Nexx XR1R Carbon.

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