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Bell Star Helmet Review at

Bell Star Helmet Review

Tricomposite version as well as the carbon fiber version, has got a fit bell has had the star in the line since 2010, top of the food keep in mind, in years past, especially as bell has developed the rs1, they the star is going to have the same fit pattern as the rs1 now, and they’ve i’ve done a handful of track days in the original bell star, and i’ve already told you

That it’s a hardcore race helmet. profile, that is what this helmet is absolutely designed to do. crossover for track as well as the street, and keep in mind, too, you’re for the carbon fiber version, but the tricomposite, is carbon fiber, fiberglass, and kevlar, that’s going to come in solids the weight saving is about two, two and a half ounces. is going to come in

Just over that three and a half pound mark. it’s going to be what i consider to be race remember, use the size chart on the site, but we ship for free, exchange for if you need any help or if you’re not quite sure about it. talked about the carbon fiber versus the tricomposite, reduce buffeting, but also, that area of negative pressure helps the air to increase the down

Force, which is going to give you better stability sweeping around to the front, you can see it’s a very aggressive design as it sweeps back and then ties in with the ventilation scheme. vent to the face or vent to the shield, two settings. the nice part with the new eps is the way the vent holes are cut out. looking at that and thinking about the way the air flows in,

It’s going to they’re not your stock vertically integrated 10 millimeter vent holes. again, we’ve already talked about remember, everything about this helmet is designed to be worn in the now, looking at the visor and the shield mechanism. the only guys doing a transition shield, so you can get that transition it’s a massive investment, and it’s around $100 plus for that

Shield, shield in your bag, because it goes from clear to medium smoke in about 30 if we look at the way that the shield is set up, you have a couple detents you can see how quickly i take it off, line up my first side, line up my second side, and you’re moving over to the left side, your non-throttle side. city position on those cold mornings, and if you’re on the track,

You when you’re heading down that front straight or you’re head checking. we’ve talked about the fit, but now it’s using the xt2 liner, which you’re going to get an idea of how it all ties together. you’re also going to be a safer racer, because you’re not spending a moment if i rotate it this way, you’re going to see going to be able to see that there’s a piece of foam in

There that if you want to use a bluetooth communicator, as much as this is a track that on your own if you want to go down that direction. they’re still using the magnafusion system, only in the high end helmets, but then have it stay in place via a magnet, so you never have to worry about i’m going to move now into my comfort liner, and i’m pulling it up. me do this in

A lot of my higher end videos because what’s going on want to put any snaps on the forehead, because it’s adding width, it’s actual eps liner itself, now i’m in the front of the helmet. lots of big cutaways for those vent channels, moving back inside, i’m going to un-mangafusion myself and show you the you see my venturis in the back are a little smaller, my big sweeping

Vents you can see that one right over there where my finger is, and they’re going to start and they’re going to flow air in through this brow vent within the internal guts of a helmet — and hopefully give you great exhaust purposes of this video, i chose to hone in on that carbon fiber version, 2010 models have all been closed out at this point. and as always, after you

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Bell Star Helmet Review at By RevZilla