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Postby zr800newyork » October 3rd, 2002, 4:41 am

Wore the HJC for many years liked the way every faceshield fit- used the lectric shield cause I love riding in sheet, bitter cold etc in fact the worse the conditions are the more I ride just love kicking mother nature in the butt.
Got the top of the one Zr helmet last year and no problems once I removed that breath deflector man did that steam me up......and it vents so well no need for a elec shield so far.
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Postby culvert » October 3rd, 2002, 4:55 am

Wood pecker helmets I have a Ski-doo one and a Thor that I just sold to my brother the rest are open face incase someone want to come with. I had my goggles fog once, there are some products that work well for keeping the fog out of the goggles such as vari-clear made by Seer and rainX.
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Postby ChrisXCR » October 3rd, 2002, 5:00 am

Moto-X and googles, Arai lid and Oakley goggles to be exact. I can't wear a full face anymore and if I could there'd be no F'in way I'd wear a modular.

I wear a lid to protect myself not just keep me warm. Snell approved lids ONLY!!!!!!! Spend the extra cash you cheap bastards, it could be the difference between a serious head injury or not!!!!

Anyone else get a Tek Vest yet? You should!:)

And you Rev owners should look into knee and shin guards as well.

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Postby Low Blue » October 3rd, 2002, 7:36 am

Oakleys are the only way to go.
I ware glasses and I can go in and pay for gas and leave every thing on, no fog, no problem.
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Postby slick_jimmyb » October 3rd, 2002, 7:37 am

A Bieffe full face. It's not top of the line but it's snell rated and it fits my head. Don't have many problems fogging with the anti-fog items on the market now days. And I can put stickers on it without worrying about messing up my modular.
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Postby 01xedge » October 3rd, 2002, 7:46 am

Had a skidoo modular for the last three years, going to an mx style this year. I didn't like the breath guard on the modular the snaps keep breaking on me and i would have to ride with the shield up. It'll be cheaper to buy the mx style and googles than the electric shield for that thing.
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Postby 89Indy500_sp » October 3rd, 2002, 7:49 am

some cheap Gmax POS i got for 110 bux at spicers... lol i dunno if is snell rater or not.
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Postby maxiracer » October 3rd, 2002, 7:54 am

I got a HJC mx lid 100% orange, yellow duct tape over the vents, and use Oakley gogs in snow camo with scott no-fog wipes. Also have a HJC C12 or something like that, works ok tends to fog when going slow, nice and warm though.
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Postby M10rules » October 3rd, 2002, 7:58 am

Polaris modular. Had to get something that was Polaris and not Cat.
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Postby hockeygirl68 » October 3rd, 2002, 8:47 am

I have a Bell Kevlar Helmet light weight open face helmet with scott goggles, all I got to say is LUV IT! 2.2lbs...
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