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post #51 of 66 (permalink) Old 02-24-2018, 01:50 AM
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Currently have theScorpion Exo R710, very good, comfortable helmet.
Planning on getting the Shoei RF1200 so I can take advantage of the photochromic shield.
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post #52 of 66 (permalink) Old 02-25-2018, 08:56 AM
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Love my Shark Evoline 3. Have the chrome and black mezcal design. Super comfortable and like that I can flip it back into a 3/4. Does dog up in rain but will be Getting the universal pinlock then it will be 100%.
Could you point me to where I can get a Pinlock visor for the Evoline 3? I did a google search and couldn't find one. I'd really like to get rid of the fogging issue as well.

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post #53 of 66 (permalink) Old 02-26-2018, 07:37 PM
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with the KW shield, helmet won't change much-I had a 12 kw-for me it was a joke-hjc arphamax full face-has a no fog shield-lite-3 of riding buds have gone to it.i put a tinted shield on with 2 strips of tape at lower edge-when I ride with shield part way open I have a solid visor.with a new helmet it helps to inflate a ball and leave inside to break in cheek pads
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I don't mean to hijack this thread however, what does everyone use to keep your shield from fogging up???? I have heard shaving cream, toothpaste, rain X..... I leave Thursday heading to the dragon with my sons, and its looking like mother nature is not going to be as good to us as she should be.
and yes I didn't know about pin lock shields when i purchased mine.
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I don't mean to hijack this thread however, what does everyone use to keep your shield from fogging up???? I have heard shaving cream, toothpaste, rain X..... I leave Thursday heading to the dragon with my sons, and its looking like mother nature is not going to be as good to us as she should be.
and yes I didn't know about pin lock shields when i purchased mine.
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My Bell star has a feature where you can lock the sheild down or push the lever the other way and crack the shield just a hair. That is all I need to keep from fogging as long as I am moving.

I have the pinlock on my LS2 modular.


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Air flow is the key to keeping them from fogging. About a 1/2 inch crack give or take should do the trick until you get the air moving. My Arai will stay in whatever position I put it in under 120mph.


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I don't mean to hijack this thread however, what does everyone use to keep your shield from fogging up???? I have heard shaving cream, toothpaste, rain X..... I leave Thursday heading to the dragon with my sons, and its looking like mother nature is not going to be as good to us as she should be.
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While on a diving course in the navy, to avoid the mask fogging up, I learned that nothing beats good old saliva... just spit and wipe off. If you are a bit queasy have a tic-tac first!


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Back when I wore glasses, I'd always have issues with my glasses fogging up when I was hunting/hiking in the cold. I used Cat Crap and it worked pretty well. https://www.amazon.com/EK-Cat-Crap-L.../dp/B002ZNA488


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I have been going more full face recently, I put a Sena unit on & enjoy hearing the music at freeway speeds again.
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