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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-21-2008, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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My next lid.

well after i bumped my head last summer after gettin ran off the road commin back from the rally, i've neglected to get a new helmet.

well this is what i'm getting next. its a scorpion exo 700. frickin love the design... simple yet unique. i'm not into the tribal **** or star wars peices attatched to the helmet.

prolly gonna get a mirrored or tinted lense though, and use the old lid when its dark.

anybody have experience w/ the 700's?

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post #3 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-21-2008, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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yez i love it...
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post #4 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-21-2008, 06:45 PM
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Love mine.

I have the "Rivet" now with a tinted visor.

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Wow man, what else do you need badly? Seems like everyday you need some vital piece of something.


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you got me all wrong... maybe i should stab you in the eye with a soldering iron.
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post #7 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-21-2008, 07:18 PM
 
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I find the scorpion brand in general to be heavy, when wearing mine my head would often get swept 50mph+ when turning my head to change lanes. I got an AGV stealth, never been happier keep the scorp for passenger helmet
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Yeah I loved my Exo 700, and the best thing is it saved my life! I'm sure some of you saw the pics.
The sheild never fogged up, vented very well, and it was comfortable.

The only complaint I have with it is a little noisy then I expected.
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Probably best bang for the buck these days
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post #10 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-22-2008, 12:49 AM
 
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Dude, they make visor carriers that wrap around your left or right ribcage so it'll fit under your jacket. Break it out to swap visors when it gets dark/light. I have one and I love it.

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...X_VB1&tier2=14
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well after i bumped my head last summer after gettin ran off the road commin back from the rally, i've neglected to get a new helmet.

well this is what i'm getting next. its a scorpion exo 700. frickin love the design... simple yet unique. i'm not into the tribal **** or star wars peices attatched to the helmet.

prolly gonna get a mirrored or tinted lense though, and use the old lid when its dark.

anybody have experience w/ the 700's?

NICE! that's sharp!!
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post #12 of 50 (permalink) Old 02-22-2008, 06:41 AM
 
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I also where an exo 700 series helmet and i love it.




Dont be peeking at my doomsday device plans either!!
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Dude, they make visor carriers that wrap around your left or right ribcage so it'll fit under your jacket. Break it out to swap visors when it gets dark/light. I have one and I love it.

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...X_VB1&tier2=14
Wow, never heard of such a thing, but I've thought about just stuffing an extra visor in my jacket... Totally cool.

I'm intrigued by the EXO 1k... The 'custom fit' pump action seems like it would kick major ass... Might be my next helmet in a couple years when I get a new one...
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Wow, never heard of such a thing, but I've thought about just stuffing an extra visor in my jacket... Totally cool.

I'm intrigued by the EXO 1k... The 'custom fit' pump action seems like it would kick major ass... Might be my next helmet in a couple years when I get a new one...
Some of the Joe Rocket jackets actually have a pocket in them specifically for carrying an extra visor. The Men's Phoenix 4.0 has it for sure, I can't recall the others.

Also, the little bitty Icon Primer tankbag carries the visor for my Arai perfectly. I keep the spare visor in a soft, fuzzy sock, and it fits the back curve of the tankbag just perfectly.
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Dude, they make visor carriers that wrap around your left or right ribcage so it'll fit under your jacket. Break it out to swap visors when it gets dark/light. I have one and I love it.

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...X_VB1&tier2=14
good call dlit, i'll check it out.
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Wow, never heard of such a thing, but I've thought about just stuffing an extra visor in my jacket... Totally cool.

I'm intrigued by the EXO 1k... The 'custom fit' pump action seems like it would kick major ass... Might be my next helmet in a couple years when I get a new one...
I met Ebbs tonight, here in Korea. I'm fu*kin done, son! Go f*k yourself. Get on that x-****ry trip, foooooooo!! Rae's single. $10 to the first that gets a kiss from her, hahahaha. Negro!!!!
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good call dlit, i'll check it out.
Fo sho, negro! i don't lie!! You want a cig? You don't smoke? What are you, one of those fitness freaks? Go fu*k yourself.
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I met Ebbs tonight, here in Korea. I'm fu*kin done, son! Go f*k yourself. Get on that x-****ry trip, foooooooo!! Rae's single. $10 to the first that gets a kiss from her, hahahaha. Negro!!!!


Hell, I'll chip in $10 towards a Rae kissing pool...
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Hell, I'll chip in $10 towards a Rae kissing pool...
You might as well just pay me now. She loves me.
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Fo sho, negro! i don't lie!! You want a cig? You don't smoke? What are you, one of those fitness freaks? Go fu*k yourself.
go find a monkey to stick your dick in, drunky.

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