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Thread: Shoei X-11 helmets

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    Oct 2002
    Melbourne, Australia

    Question Shoei X-11 helmets


    Has anyone been wearing a Shoei X-11 helmet ? What do you think of it ? How do they rate noise - wise ? Having used a system 4 for a couple of years I took my old Shoei RF700 out for a couple of hundred kms yesterday and it was noticably quieter than the system 4.

    They're not exactly cheap - AUD1000 - so some good reports would help me justify the fact that I probably need one .....


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    Not personally used the X11, but have had a few top shoies over the years and found them extreely comfortable and quiet. However changed to Schuberth in recent years so have not had X-11, Schuberth are slightly noisier but like the internal dark visors they fit, Great idea and safe.... However miss Shoei's overall quietness., Comfort not much different to Schuberth... (Once the Schuberth is worn in )

    Sorry it is not specific but hope it helps ya

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