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    AGV Ti-Tech ?

    Thanks for the offer Doc. I think you head is a little bigger than mine DOC.

    I have been a HJC owner from 95 to current. Different helmets through the years. I find it fits my head better than the others. I feel the technology is pretty much the same as the other Companies with fiberglass /carbon fiber shells.

    With some controversy at the track short of mentioning HJC and how more concussions are experienced with this "cheep" helmet. I am looking to pick up a helmet that might not be banned and save $ in the long run.

    I am currently looking at AGV Ti-Tech. Any pro's/con's
    Gino
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    Re: AGV Ti-Tech ?

    Originally Posted by nt650hawk
    Thanks for the offer Doc. I think you head is a little bigger than mine DOC.

    I have been a HJC owner from 95 to current. Different helmets through the years. I find it fits my head better than the others. I feel the technology is pretty much the same as the other Companies with fiberglass /carbon fiber shells.

    With some controversy at the track short of mentioning HJC and how more concussions are experienced with this "cheep" helmet. I am looking to pick up a helmet that might not be banned and save $ in the long run.

    I am currently looking at AGV Ti-Tech. Any pro's/con's
    i dont know that specific helmet, but 5 years ago i bought an AGV Top Demon, and it was one of the best helmets i ever had.. i was really happy with it.

    funny you should mention HJC and AGV like this.. i went around everywhere looking for AGV helmets to try on... everyone locally stopped carrying them, and only carry HJCs now... (other then cycle gear.. but they still dont carry AGVs)

    i did see this carbon fiber HJC i really liked.....i dont know if i'll get it, but it was nice...

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      #3
      i don't have a ti tech agv but i do have a stealth,love the helmet in the summer hate it in winter.
      use my hjc in winter.
      the agv is lighter than my hjc and i can feel it after some of my marathon rides.
      the agv isn't noisy just you get alot of air,its very well vented
      looking for hawk paerts in all the wrong places

      current bikes
      fz1
      rsvr
      both black

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        #4
        The first helmet I ever bought was an HJC. I think the fit is comparable to the AGV (as far as head shape). I also htink the top of the line HJC has come a LONG way and is a good helmet now.

        I don't fit in Shoei's right, The Arai Quantum was the only Arai I found that fit.

        I think AGV's are a good compromise, I feel they are a good quality Helmet that has been on the market for a long time and have alot of R&D.

        I think Lazer is there cheap brand (FWIW).

        As I have said I have the XR-2 (which Gino, you DID wear when you took the Kuwaitihawk for a test run, the helmet is a large for sizing help, but I have heard the TI tech runs 2 sizes small).

        The XR-2 is 1 step down from the Ti-tech and about half the price! It was AGV's top of the line until late 2004.

        Get 2 XR-2's for the price of one Ti-tech!

        I got a shop... I will check prices.
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          #5
          Found a write up.

          TI-Tech

          http://www.webbikeworld.com/r3/agv-h...gv-ti-tech.htm
          BIKES: Honda: RC31 Racebike/ NT650 Streetbike, DUCATI: None at the moment.
          Former MSF Rider Coach / Trackday Instructor/ Expert Roadracer #116
          "I'd rather ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow."

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