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    Default Shuberth C3pro or Shoei Neotec 2

    Hi

    Wearing an Arai Tour X4 and having real trouble with pressure point on forehead.

    Tried both above helmets on and fit is amazing compared to Arai

    Any opinions on whats the better option as both fit really well?

    Ta

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    Lazer Monaco Evo Carbon. Much lighter than both of them.

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    Interesting....





    Quite like the new AGV Compact ST, worth a try on:

    https://www.motocard.com/en/helmets/...r_red_005.aspx

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    I have a schuberth and hate it:

    1. Shell size is comedy big - I would say 30% bigger than my Arai
    2. Its not any quieter than a normal lid
    3. The pinlock is directly in your field of vision (unless you are sitting bolt upright) I had to remove for safety reasons
    4. Quality - interior trim falls out the visor mech and seal are also poor. Drop down visor also has a flimsy feel to it.

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    [QUOTE=iconic944ss;257872]Interesting....

    Frank, that video is for the older Lazer Monaco, same as my previous helmet. The new Monaco Evo is even better.


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    Although I have a FF helmet (for any possible track use) I really wouldnt want to move away from a flip lid for road use, unless any new lid was Significantly quieter than my current, which I forgot to mention:

    HJC R-PHA Max, recommended by a riding instructor, glad I bought one - only downside is slightly heavy and slightly noisier than I'd like, make fast/long rides ear-plugs compulsory.

    Another well worth trying on:


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    Like bikes helmets are a very personal thing but here’s my tuppence worth - Suberth is supposedly the quieter but I would always go for the Shoei. Seems better made and more robust, and, I’ve always worn one ��

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