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T O P I C    R E V I E W Posted - 05/19/2011 : 12:14:59

Getting first helmet and have narrowed it down to either the Bell M4 or the Zeronine Z9-APS...both around $350...both SA2010

Opinions ??


Frank P
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The management Posted - 11/05/2013 : 10:25:12
there's a wealth of info available right here in our forum:

Drive Well, The management
erum Posted - 11/01/2013 : 02:43:02
Are open face helmets okay for our events?

Joshua Posted - 12/25/2011 : 18:55:57
The most important consideration is fit, so buy the helmet that best fits your head.

One of the Chief Instructors
1993 HPDE/TTD/SSM Miata
The management Posted - 05/20/2011 : 16:11:51
Well, Bell is one of the most well-established manufacturers. Don't know much about Zeronine... but, that doesn't mean it's not a quality product, it's just not as well known.

Drive Well, The management

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