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Bell SRT Modular Helmet - Blackout

Bell SRT Modular Helmet - Blackout

Will - NorCal Great fit, Poor Finish. Gonna send it... Back! "This might need to be returned. I don't see a fix for the visor (face shield) not mating with the seal. I found that Bell helmets fit my head shape very well so I was excited to try this one out to replace my Nolan N-90 modular that never quite fit right. First of all there is a ton of wind noise, especially on the left side. The visor only makes contact at the top front of the visor, and it doesn't seal anywhere else. There are gaps between the gasket and the visor mount also and some other parts seem to be misaligned around the hinge area. On one side the visor pin doesn't hit the stop. The screws where you can adjust the visor pivot plate are too small and over torqued so you can't adjust it. P.S. $369 plus tax."
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Bell Revolver EVO Helmet - Rally

Bell Revolver EVO Helmet - Rally

Krash3r - Philadelphia, PA A good helmet for the money. "This review is for the Bell revolver Evo Rally modular helmet. I wanted a modular helmet so I could flip it open to cruise around in the nice weather and close it when I enter the highway and start riding at higher speeds. This Bell model caught my eye because of the ‘rally stripe’ design and since I already own a bunch of Bell helmets for mx I knew I could expect a certain degree of finish and quality. The first thing is that it fits true to size, i personally am a 58cm which is right in between M and L. I bought a large and it fitted me comfortably and if I had chosen a M it would feel a bit tighter but not to the point it would hurt. The features of this helmet are as shown on the video, it is really easy to understand how to use the flip down sunshade, a nice plus that is now commonly available on modular helmets. There is a bit of space between the shades and your face, I guess to fit most heads/ noses and they really are easy to flip down and they go up immediately (spring loaded) at the push of the little button on the left so you can keep your hand on the throttle. Now, when you grab the chin bar in its center and push the ( big : easy even with gloves on ) button it comes down and locks tight immediately. There you get a full face helmet that behaves very well in the wind although I did not test it at sportsbike speed... It’s noisier than a high end Shoei or Arai but really, really acceptable, especially at this price point. The visor is super easy to open and I think Bell has one of the easiest visor changing process in the business, and also they have a nice choice of visor tints to customize your looks. My second favorite feature is the removable liner I already enjoyed on the Moto4. I usually keep my helmets for life and it has allowed me to keep them fresh (at least inside). The padding is comfortable, fits well and breathes well, thanks in part to the efficient venting channels. One thing I did not like so much is the shin strap buckle, but I think I need a little time to adjust I am still used to my old lid. This one has a magnet to secure the strap so it doesn’t flap in your neck when riding, nice touch. This helmet comes with a soft bag and a spare set of visor screws ( another nice touch ). Overall my only reproach is cosmetic : it makes your head look big. Bigger than most other modular in the same price range. Not a big deal if you have broad shoulders, I guess I should just go back to the Gym ! Pros : lightweight, ease of use, looks, comfort, ventilation, removable liner, price Cons: looks big"
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