|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 11 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||105021025|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||105021025|
|CAPA Certified||DOT Certified|
|Safety Rating||DOT Certified|
Arai RX-Q Helmet (Diamond White, Medium)
|Price:||$539.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Intermediate-round oval shape
- More aerodynamic upper and side exhaust vent cowling
- Removable/washable liner and neck roll
- Exclusive 5mm peel-away cheek pad layer and emergency cheek pad release system
- Brow-vent channeling ventilation
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A new benchmark in street helmet design: Purpose-built to be the ultimate street helmet. Every aspect of its exceptional performance is optimized for the conditions, speeds and environment of the real world. Intermediate-round oval shape: The RX-Q has Arai's intermediate oval (IO) interior shape. More aerodynamic upper and side exhaust vent cowling: Sculpted to enhance stability while increasing exhaust efficiency, the side vent cowls are tailored to the needs and speeds of the street. Compared to its "racing" brother, the Corsair-V, the RX-Q's cowlings are larger and more aggressively styled since lower street speeds require more surface area and a more refined shaping in order to deliver increased stability. High speed performance is also excellent. Removable/washable liner and neck roll: The neck roll is not only removable and replaceable, it adds yet another stale interior-air exhaust outlet through channels in the EPS liner not to mention making complete helmet cleaning a breeze and, in the case of damage, a snap to replace. Exclusive 5mm peel-away cheek pad layer and emergency cheek pad release system: Giving you even more ability to craft the perfect fit and comfort for your face, the cheek pads now feature a 5mm peel-away layer for added room if needed. These are part of Arai's now-copied, groundbreaking emergency release-system safety innovation specifically developed to allow easier access to an injured rider by sliding out easily, making helmet removal easier for trained medical personnel. Brow-vent channeling ventilation: Directs more cooling air to the forehead area without the need to punch holes in the critical forehead area of the shell or impact-energy absorbing EPS liner.
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It's pretty quiet, good airflow. I never feel like I'm suffocating. Good field of view all around. Doesn't get in the way when I turn my head nor is it in any way uncomfortable. Except for when it's just too hot out to wear a helmet in the first place... but I'll deal with being a little too warm any day if it helps to keep my brain in my cranium.
One thing I will note, I've been incredibly careful in my care and handling of this helmet; but I've still somehow managed to get a few knicks in the black matte finish.... which reveals the white shell underneath :( Not a big deal though, I'll just hit it with a sharpie (kidding).
After about 2 months of wear, I must say I'm pleased. The comfort and build quality of the Arai is unchanged, but I believe this is noticably quieter than may RX-7. Did a run from so-cal to Laguna Seca and forgot to use my earplugs on the way home and didnt really suffer as a result.
As for the other new features, well, visibility? Maybe better. The emergency removal? Haven't tested.
What I was most concerned about was ventilation. The RX-7 has three front and two rear vents. The RX-Q has two front and one (control) for the rear vents. While the configuration is supposed to be better for street than the RX-7 (designed for the trak) I cant say I noticed a significant difference good or bad. BTW, my ride is a '04 Honda VFR with Heli-bars and a Zero Gravity double-bubble windscreen - a sport touring setup.