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    Quote Originally Posted by prateek2210 View Post
    Hehehehe the reason I said so, if I can break those, imagine what those experienced thieves can do. Honestly, I prefer not to keep our helmets in open due to various reason, first being stealing, then in open we dont know what all has entered into it etc etc
    Exactly. Moreover it's owners pride! I myself happen to remove a helmet lock just by jiggling it unknowingly talking to a person and suddenly it came out of the grab rails. Blushed, I was in a fuss and in hurry to just keep the lock it in its place, unlike nothing has happened. Finally just kept it on top of the rail, and came back quietly. So, yes, you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Yes LS2 PH is a slightly different. There are certain meshed vents in the LS2 Phobia which aren't present in the Piston Head, plus there are some vents in front which differ from Phobia and Piston Head

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    Now that's what I call a clean chit review, no fuss, just plain unbiased views. Excellent buy bud.
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    thanks b7ackthorn

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    AGV Helmets for India | throttlers.net

    its almost an year old article.. but are these still available at those prices?? and are they the real AGV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinbex View Post
    AGV Helmets for India | throttlers.net

    its almost an year old article.. but are these still available at those prices?? and are they the real AGV?
    These are the indian AGV MPA helmets and not the real AGV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinbex View Post
    AGV Helmets for India | throttlers.net

    its almost an year old article.. but are these still available at those prices?? and are they the real AGV?
    Quote Originally Posted by prateek2210 View Post
    These are the indian AGV MPA helmets and not the real AGV.

    Yes, Prateek is right. Moreover, vinbex, they had these range of helmets when they had their collaboration with AGV. But I guess, (might be wrong) read somewhre that AGV is planning to bring in their own line of helmets as a spin off strategy from MPA, though a little costly, I guess it should fit the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiragsthakur View Post
    got this today finally to ride my baby r1 Damages : 2.7k







    Nice buy. Do post the detailed review without fail.

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    You got company Nithesh. I just got the same helmet in Orange/Black from Spartan Progear in Chennai to go with my KTM Duke, great stuff. Now I have to get used to it as I have never used a full-faced helmet before. With all the intake and extractor vents (18 of them I take it) I don't forsee any problem, plus I just love the optically-corrected visor with its multiple (6 positions I think) positioning feature.




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    Could somebody explain to me what an optically corrected visor is??
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