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Thumbs up Kbc..... 1st impressions

Well. I decided I wanted a new helmet so I went shopping at cycle gear. I tried on everything. And I finally decided on a kbc..... I know I know cheap helmet. Well. Your wrong. It is as high a quality build as my shoei rf1000 was with vastly superior padding and noise control.

It was 92 when I left for work. It kept my head cool the noise was 1/2 what the shoei was.

It is very very comfortable

I ain't telling you to throw away whatever you wear and buy one.
But I am suggesting you give them a hard look when shopping for a new lid.

It is dot and snell

It was on sell for 129.00 and I paid 78.00



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I love my KBC. Just got their new VR-2R.
Wasn't cheap but the quality is vastly improved over prior years in my opinion.
Nice ventalation and pretty light, great padding, probably the best I've owned yet.
(and I've got a closet full of old helmets)
Never had an Arai though, can't afford one. Maybe someday........

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If you have a $78.00 head then wear a $78.00 helmet.



















J/K. I've had a couple of KBC helmets over the years and they were very good.
What model did you get Brian?

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my rf1000 is loud. i like it though lets me hear my mivv pipes.

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It's the vr2r

And that was a smoking price



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I'm not sure which one that is, does it look like this one? If so, I'm sure you look very sweet in it.
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I went from a Vr2 to a Shoei RF-1000. The Sheoi is obviously a lot better. But the KBC wasnt too bad for the price. It is noisier, heavier and react more to side winds. But it is also less than half the price. It is pretty comfy too and fog less tan the Shoei. I still wear the KBC once in a blue moon.

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looks like its all subjective. I'm happy with my $125 GMAX 68S

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Well the vr2r was supposed to be the race version.

IMHO I would pay what I paid for the shoei for this helmet.

But it's nice I can buy 4 for what the shoei costs.

Just give them a try.



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Glad you found a nice helmet that you like! I agree everything is not always what it seems. I owned a HJC CL-14 and thought I was trading up when I got an AGV S-4 but have been pretty disappointed. The AGV looks better (IMO), and feels a little lighter when holding both in your hands, but it is much noisier, fogs easier, and pushes more air onto my jaw and throat area (not noticable when it's nice out, but very noticable when temps are in the 30s and 40s.)
I've never owned a Shoei or Arai, and I know they're both highly regarded, but at 4x the price are they really 4x better?

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I picked up a KBC last year and noticed it was way more comfy than my high $ AGV. I dig it!

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I'd like to get a new helmet...I like my HJC, It's been a very good helmet but it's starting to get a little loose. I think I will have to stop by my local CycleGear and check them out. Thanks for the heads up Brian...You da shiz nick

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I use an old turking basting pan from a couple years back tied with a string of twisty ties. It's comfortable, smells great, though it is a bit noisy and god help you if there's a lightning storm.

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I use an old turking basting pan from a couple years back tied with a string of twisty ties. It's comfortable, smells great, though it is a bit noisy and god help you if there's a lightning storm.





I put the quality with helmets costing several times it's price.

If you have not tried one on I suggest you TRY it before you say it's cheap

It could be the other stuff is over priced



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i got one for christmas Brian, LOVE it, this one
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Thats a sharp lookin' helmet.

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You are touting a PRC helmet with the Grim Reaper...that cracks me up!
I reserve my cheap helmet (Shoei RF1K) for guests.

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Very nice. I currently have a Sparx, they are a spin off of KBC from what I read. Still trying to save up for a new Akuma though.

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You are touting a PRC helmet with the Grim Reaper...that cracks me up!
I reserve my cheap helmet (Shoei RF1K) for guests.
i don't know if i am "touting" it... but i am saying it is surprisingly high quality... if you have not put one on your noggin go and try one...

like i said before i ain't telling anyone to throw away what they have and buy this...

i am just saying if someone needs a GOOD helmet and don't have the money for the shoei or arai or suomy or sharks...

this is a surprisingly well built helmet and the fit and finish is very nice and i put it on the same level with the shoei i have sitting on the shelf behind me as i type...



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my rf1000 is loud. i like it though lets me hear my mivv pipes.
DITTO! My RF1000 is the freakin' LOUDEST helmet I've ever owned, and the ventilation is nothing to brag about either. At any speeds above about 40-50, all I hear is wind from the bottom of my helmet. But if I "scrunch up" my shoulders to where the wind gets drastically blocked, it quites way down. However, I find it really uncomfortable riding as if I have no neck! I'm going to seriously consider one of these KBC's or at least SOMETHING other than this ultra-loud RF1000, which I basically only bought for comfort/fit (awesome) and the color is about a 98% match of my bike! My head sweats like a pig on steroids, even with the "vents" (worthless little holes) opened. I do, however, enjoy that added feature of the RF1000's "IIS" (Insect Induction System)! Yep, I simply LOVE seeing bugs flying inside my shield. It gives me a reason to do what I also love to do: open my shield at 70mph to release my pets. Nothing beats a rush of cold air in the eyes at freeway speeds. Oh wait, I always have to turn my head when I open the shield to activate the helmet's "BES" (Bug Ejector System), which makes it hard to see that deer standing in the road 50 yards ahead. Oh, and we must not forget to mention the RF1000's "IFF" feature (Instant F*cking Fogging)! Hell, even with the shield cracked open it still fogs up at lights. Geez, I even had a Fog City in it for awhile (POS too!) and that didn't do much besides collect road dust inside my shield. But if not for the fit, and the replaceable padding inside and the groovy matching bike color, I would have gone out and replaced this thing a LONG time ago!
You get the picture:

Yep, this helmet really needs to go. Hell, my cheap $140 HJC put this Shoei to shame in the quiteness and ventilation departments (fit and comfort were lacking). So when Brian told me about his new lid, I seriously considered one.

My current helmet:


The one I think might be better:


Or maybe even this one:


All I know is:


That's MY 2 cents. Now I gotta go get ready for my 800+ mile ride today!

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I'm done with Arai. Overrated expensive pieces of crap. I've had three Arai Corsairs and all three were junk. Same thing happened to all of them. Side shields crack, vents quit working, break, fly off, etc. Seems I'm not the only one either. It happened to a lot of the guys I ride with. I really wonder about the quality of the shell when the accessories of a helmet don't hold up.

At the end of last season I went looking for a new helmet because my last Arai (2 years old) broke the chin vent for the second time. I thought I'd try a Shoei but couldn't find one to fit me. Bought a Scorpion 400 to get me through until I could find what I wanted. I haven't went shopping again. The Scorpion fits good, well padded, light enough, vents okay, quiet enough and seems durable. I can buy four or five of these for the price of one Arai.

I'll probably get something else this year, but I'm not in a hurry now.

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That's a great looking helmet Brian. The flat finish looks good. And great price on it. Glad you like it.


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I'm in need of a new Helmet...Just got done looking at the KBC line at CycleGear's website. I think I may take a ride out there tomorrow night and try some on. I want a matte color...could go for another one with art on it but depends. I do like this in the Titanium color.

And I really liked the art on this one as well. Just not sure I want another colorfull helmet

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I am still loving mine. Better every day



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I am still loving mine. Better every day
Ya...mine is getting a little loose and the chin strap bothers me on long rides


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Oh btw. Cycle gear has pirelli diablos on sale may16 199$ a set. But ya need to reserve a set



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Cool. My Pilot Roads still have tons of life left though. I've never used Pirelli's before either


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Cool. My Pilot Roads still have tons of life left though. I've never used Pirelli's before either
I had them on my cbr1000 and found nothing to complain about. And 199$ !!!!!!!!!

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Do they have any extra structure support like the Road's and 2ct's do in the center?


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Do they have any extra structure support like the Road's and 2ct's do in the center?
Nope. Just like a pilot power



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Oh btw. Cycle gear has pirelli diablos on sale may16 199$ a set. But ya need to reserve a set
Which ones? All the diablo models?


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Which ones? All the diablo models?
Justthe regular diablos



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Well I don't know which one's are the regular diablo's. I'll look at them when ever I go up there but doubt I will worry about tires right now


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I'm in need of a new Helmet...Just got done looking at the KBC line at CycleGear's website. I think I may take a ride out there tomorrow night and try some on. I want a matte color...could go for another one with art on it but depends. I do like this in the Titanium color.

And I really liked the art on this one as well. Just not sure I want another colorfull helmet

I need to go try these on
May want to check Motorcycle Superstore...I saw the two you listed here for $49 and $69 respectively. Not sure if they would have your size, but worth a look.


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May want to check Motorcycle Superstore...I saw the two you listed here for $49 and $69 respectively. Not sure if they would have your size, but worth a look.

WOW...thats a hell of a price I'm gonna try and ride out to Cycle Gear tonight after I go home and let the pups out so I can try some on. Heck, who knows, maybe Kat will give me a smokin deal on one after I tell her I'm only trying some on so I can confirm correct size/fitment and then go home and order one online from another company


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Well no offense Brian but after stopping by my local Cycle Gear and trying on the Force RR and the VR 2 KBC helmets I was disappointed. Matter of fact. Cycle Gear is no longer carrying them and when they sell what they have in the store, thats it.

The helmet just didn't fit me well enough and I found it too loose or too tight depending on the size I was trying on and not enough padding inside for me. My head just didn't like it

I will, However be getting a Scorpion for my next helmet. Actually debating on ordering it tonight.

The Scorpion EXO-1000 is it for me. This helmet was way comfortable. Fiberglass/Kevlar™ Matrix Shell...has inflatable padding inside that makes this thing nice and snug. Will not fog and has a built in Sun Shade visor inside that flips down with the flick of a lever on the left side of the helmet. The guys and gals a Cycle Gear couldn't say enough good things about this helmet.

Excellent venting throughout as well...I loved it

$319 at Cycle Gear...On sale at Motorcycle Superstore for $299.95


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