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Hey this is Reuben with Competition Accessories and we just wanted to make a quick video on how you change the face shield out on the Arai helmet. A lot of people get intimidated by Arai helmet face shields because of the side pod they have where you cant see whats going behind it. What we have done on this helmet here is we installed a clear pod so we could give you a better look at the inner workings of the base plate mechanism and show you how it works. Basically to remove the face shield what I want you to see is this little gray lever here, there are one of those on each side of the helmet. When you raise your shield to the top position those will pop out. Now if your helmet is a little older or a little worn out they might not pop all the way out like a brand new helmet. With the face shield all the way up you just need to lift those levers all the way up. Once you have lifted those until they click, to take the shield off is very simple, you are just going to grab it from the top , rotate it back and pull it off. It comes right off really quickly. You will see guys out at the track if you watch racing at all like the isle of man for instance, they will pull into the pits and they swap face shields on or off in just a matter of seconds. It is one of those things you have to get the hang of. To reinstall the shield is a little trickier, there is a horse shoe shape cut out on the end of the shield here, that's going to line up with the top curve on the helmet or the pod and with the clear ones you can see the round tab that its going to slide over. Your going to slide that in on both sides and its not going to really click or anything, you just have to get it down and on to there like that. Once its in I find it easier to have the helmet facing away from you and then you are just going to close the shield. When you close the shield what happens is this opening this cut out right here slides over that little notch right there, so that is what limits the shield as It opens. That's how to change the Arai face shield out, hopefully that helps you out. You can go to our youtube channel if you click on this link in the upper right hand corner and subscribe to us. We have a lot detailed videos on helmets and other products. You can also check us out on facebook and check us out online, see you next time.
Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories and we have the all new Arai Signet Q helmet . The Signet was a very popular helmet for Arai they are bringing it back and replacing the profile in their line up , and what they've done is they have based the Signet Q off of the RXQ which is an intermediate helmet from Arai externally they look almost identical what they've done is they actually have elongated the Signet Q about 5 millimeters front to back its just going to be 5 millimeters longer and internally that internal shape is going to be a long oval. Arai has also done some pretty innovative things as far as customizing the fit of the helmet ill show you once we get into the interior what they've done some really neat features that really eliminate hot spots and that will allow you to have a very comfortable snug fit .Externally though again this is the RXQ this is the Signet Q, they look just about identical. Your going to have top vents that is going to open and close with rocker switches your going to have side exhaust cowls so as air flows over the helmet its going to draw warm air out the back and again out of the rear spoiler you have an open and close able vent that's going to draw warm air out the top , you also have a chin bar vent which is two position you can open it half way or all the way that's going to direct air onto the face shield just give you some extra air inside and lastly , and this is an Arai exclusive, they have vents actually built into the shield that direct air into the helmet and they have wind tunnels inside that direct air around on the side of your temples and your temporal artery is right at the side of your head and that really keeps you cool. You can see if i open the shield the little air ducts that directs air along the sides of your temples. One thing you may notice about the shield and well get into it once i take it off and ill show you exactly what it comes with but it actually has a reaccessed cavity built into the shield itself for a pin lock insert and the pin lock is actually included . Now if your comparing this to the Profile you may notice this is actually a wider eye port its 10 millimeters wider its the new SAI max shield which is the same as the RXQ so you just have a little better peripheral vision out of this helmet . As far as moving this shield its very simple a lot of people get a bit intimidated with Arai because it has side covers you cant really see whats going on but they are very easy to change. Basically once you open the shield all the way your going to see these two little trigger arms pop out there's a small little arrow on it basically what you do is pull it all the way up and its going to click on both sides, once you've pulled it up like that its ready to take off then all you do is grab the front of the shield and literally pull up and off . Again that's something that makes some people a little bit nervous but its very easy to do . I'm going to grab that pin lock insert if you've used a pin lock before you know it can be pretty challenging to get them in and out . Traditionally a pin lock shield has notches on either end of the insert which lines up with posts that correspond on the shield well Arai has done it a little bit differently. What they've done is they have actually molded a recess into the shield itself that this pin lock actually sits down into , and as far as installing it its a lot easier basically your just going to line up one end of the pin lock and then if you just push it down its just going to click right into place , that's so much easier then traditional pin lock systems. Id love to see other manufactures kind of follow in their foot steps because that's a lot more user friendly and a lot easier to change out as well. Obviously pin lock is going to basically make it duel layer lenses and what that does for you is number one that makes it a very very effective anti fog system if your riding in the colder environment or if its raining this pin lock is going to prevent fogging its also available with different color inserts in different tints so if you need a smoke insert you could do that and obviously other shields from the SAI max line up are going to fit on this helmet as well. To reinstall the SAI shield again this is something that may be intimidating some people because you cant really see whats going on here but basically your just going to take this notch line it up with the top part of this pod here and then you just insert it there kind of feel it click into place, Do the same for the other side. Once you have it in place like that basically your just going to close it and that's what actually is going to lock it into place. A little bit tricky to do it the first time once you've got the hang of it its actually pretty easy and a pretty nice system to swap out. Alright moving to interior of the Signet-Q Arai uses their dry cool fabric that is moisture wicking it keeps you very comfortable very dry it also pulls moisture away from your skin to keep you comfortable on warm days . You'll also notice there's a full neck roll on this helmet and what that does is a couple of things, One its just comfortable against your skin and Two maybe more importantly it prevents wind from entering the seams between the crack between the crown liner and the cheek pads , it just gives you a nice flush surface for the wind to travel over which significantly reduces wind noise as your riding . Another thing you might see here is these orange tabs those are notes to emergency personnel , if you have an accident and they need to remove your helmet basically what their going to do is pull on these tabs and that's going to reveal an orange pull tab right here and the cheek pads come right out its very simple, there's actually no snaps on these cheek pads its basically just have a notch on the front and back that kind of seat inside the helmet . You could also remove the entire neck roll. So that comes out and then as far as the lining there's two snaps at the back and two snaps at the front and that comes out very easy as well. ill give you a quick look at the interior of the helmet here . You can probably see there are some holes for the ventilation to come through to reach the skin on your head . And i do want to talk about as i mentioned in the beginning of the video, there's some features on this helmet to help customize the fit a little bit. This is the crown liner they actually provided some tear away pads on the sides of the temple so this is a long oval helmet and what that means is its for people with a longer head front to back and it eliminates hot spots on the forehead however everyone's temples are different as well some people have sunken temples some people have protruding temples . If you find this helmet fits great front to back but its a little bit tight on the sides , there are 5 millimeter pads in both sides so you can actually remove this it just comes right out and you can do that on both sides and that's going to give you just a little bit more room side to side and provide you with a very nice custom fit. Another thing you'll notice about this liner is it is completely open along the top and then that's just going to work with conjunction with the venting on the helmet to provide you with a lot of air flow. Next thing i want to show you is the cheek pads and i can actually remove the cover off of one of these and show you they actually use multiple layers , it doesn't come all the way off but, they use multiple layers of foam they call this the facial contour system . Basically you can see how its not just a flat single piece of foam like in cheaper helmets where basically it just kind of squishes on to your head you know you hope its comfortable, this has several layers of foam its contoured to cradle your face and then Arai has done something very innovative and they have basically put a spring inside this you can see as i press on that it gives . There's a couple things that does One when your pulling the helmet on and off its going to move the cheek pad out of the way your not feeling like your ripping your ears off every time you pull your helmet off but Two once the helmets on this spring is going to push back and its just going to give you a nice cradled feeling around your chin and your jaw bone and that's going to obviously provide a lot of comfort but it also reduces wind noise . Any time you have a better seal around the base of your helmet and around your face feel around the base thats a significant way to reduce wind noise its a very innovative feature i think a lot of people are going to really appreciate what that does for them . Now i don't have the interior of a Signet Q to show you but i do have one for the RXQ and i want to try and show you basically what Arai does in their construction that really sets them apart from everyone else . First is the EPS liner , you'll notice there's some different colors of foam here basically they have multiple densities of foam built into the liner but its a single piece . You can see their are denser parts of foam then there are softer parts depending on where you hit your head how you hit it if its a hard impact or just a lighter impact this is designed to dissipate the energy as much as possible so its going to spread the impact and its also going to cushion your head in an impact you can also see the ventilation holes , and again the RXQ is going to be very very similar to the Signet Q because they have basically based the Signet off the RXQ its just going to be a little bit longer front to back . The other thing that i have up here is the shell itself Arai uses what they call super complex laminate construction its basically a blend of fiber glass and other materials . There's a few things you'll notice about it when you actually pick it up an hold it but the biggest thing about Arai helmets is they are incredibly incredibly strong this is obviously not a complete helmet its a shell but still its incredibly stiff i mean i can push very very hard on the chin bar here and its not giving at all it is a very very stiff shell and what that's going to do for you again is dissipate energy in impact its going to spread the energy to a larger area so that you don't get injured . You'll also see that they have some other layers of material on the top of the shell , So again different parts of the shell are reinforced in different ways they use a ridge around the chin bar and around the base of the helmet just again provide that level of stiffness , and another thing you'll notice about Arai and this is huge for them their shield changing mechanism does not interfere with the shell that's why they have the pods on the sides. Instead of having a big recess here that might compromise the safety of the helmet its basically just a flat uniform piece it does go in just a tiny bit but if you compare that to other helmets some have a significant dip here where it might compromising the entire shell . Arai looks at the structure of an egg and that's what they base their shell shape off of.They keep it very simple very rounded so that it will prevent any weak spots on the shell itself and again that's just part of what your paying for with Arai i mean we know they are not cheep helmets , but again you do get what you pay for. So that's the Arai Signet Q in a nut shell again were very excited to see this in their line up a lot of people were having trouble with the Arais not fitting them if you have more of a long oval head shape because the Signet was not in the line up but they brought it back so were excited to see it. You can check these out online at Competition Accessories .com And well see you next time.
Information and Details about the Arai Signet-Q Hydra Helmet
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The Signet-Q takes the best features of the RX-Q and creates a whole new series. Outwardly, the Arai Signet-Q Helmet looks very similar to it's namesake, the RX-Q, but not on the inside. Now, you can see and feel the difference. A longer shell shape 5mm more space front to back and this new shape releases forehead pressures and eliminates hot spots for a more comfortable fit.

In mythology, the Hydra is a many headed serpent that Hercules was sent to slay, but comes to life on the Arai Signet-Q Hydra Helmet graphics. Silver serpentine scales of the Hydra writhe about the gloss black helmet's graphic sea tipped in blue and red, while the legendary Hydra's deadly fumes are portrayed in tendrils of green paint. With the Arai Signet-Q Hydra Helmet invoke a new legend of your own.

Found in every Arai helmet continues to be the basic and simple organic shell shape. Arai looks to the incredibly strong shape of an egg for inspiration, with the smooth uninterrupted spherical shape transferring stress loads more evenly across it’s entire surface.

The absence of exaggerated edges or protrusions in the shell is not a lack of creativity, but an commitment to maintaining the integrity of the shell with impact performance in mind.

Features:
  • Dry-Cool interior material for improved comfort drawing heat and moisture away from you and into the air flow
  • Slightly longer front to back length than RX-Q for true "Long Oval" fit
  • Facial Contour Support (FCS) cheek pads proving excellent stability at speed, while also offering incredible comfort for all day riding
  • Emergency Cheek Pad Removal System
  • 5mm Peel Away cheek and temple pad layers for additional micro fitting, allowing you custom fit for you unique head shape
  • MAX-Vision Brow-Vent Pin lock standard shield offers ability to change inner anti-fog lens tints using the same shield with an incredible field of view
  • Meets or exceeds D.O.T and Snell 2010 standards

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    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Flash Helmet
    Arai Signet-Q Flash Helmet - Rusty   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect fit
    Cons: none

    This is the most comfortable helmet I have ever owned. It has a perfect fit. Loved it from the first moment I put it on.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    Comfy - Ronz   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit,Quality
    Cons: None

    Well after many years of buying several different helmets that never fit my head right, I finally purchased an Arai Signet helmet. Best decision I have made in awhile I can now ride all day without my head killing me. Of course the quality is first rate and service from competition accessory is great. Anyone that has been debating about spending this much money on a helmet stop waiting and buy one you wont regret it


    This review is for Arai PRO Shade System
    great arai sunvisor system - Mark B   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Easy to install, works great, no more changing visors for me
    Cons: [None]

    I pre-ordered this and waited for a while for Arai to finally release it. Wow.. so worth the wait. I think the sunvisor was the only thing missing for Arai. They already had the best helmets, now they have this sunvisor. I installed it about 3 weeks ago and use it daily. I just ordered a 2nd one along with an new Arai for my wife from compacc. I got a nice discount too, because of the CA cash I had earned on my shield and sliders kevlar jeans order..Great company.. Great product.. Thanks to Davie in customer service for putting up with all my questions and emails


    This review is for Arai PRO Shade System
    Arab PRO Shade System fits need - Milkbone   IA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit. Covers field of vision well.
    Cons: At the time I order it had very limited availability.

    Covers field of vision well but gets out of the way when not needed. Competition accessories was very good at keeping me informed during the backorder process. Worth the wait.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    Very good motorcycle helmet - Dave   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good venting, comfortable, fits well, works with glasses
    Cons: [None]

    This is my third Arai helmet. Each is better than the previous. I previously had a Signet. The next was a Profile. This Signet-Q is easy to but very comfortable. Arai helmets always fit perfectly for me. My wife likes it so much she is getting the same color. It has a clear shield because I wear progressive glasses and sunglasses. If you have never tried an Arai, you should real soon. They are made with precision and quality.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Fluorescent Yellow Helmet
    Another Arai - Dave   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, good venting, quiet and fits well.
    Cons: None

    This is my third Arai helmet. Each is better than the previous. I previously had a Signet. The next was a Profile. This Signet-Q is easy to but very comfortable. Arai helmets always fit perfectly for me. My wife likes it so much she is getting the same color. It has a clear shield because I wear progressive glasses and sunglasses. If you have never tried an Arai, you should real soon. They are made with precision and quality.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    Great Motorcycle Helmet - justmike   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good fit, pin-lock, light weight
    Cons: get what you pay for.

    I have used this helmet for over a year. Good ventilation and really like the pinlock system. I added a smoked insert. I get a slight whistle from the top of helmet when riding upright behind my windshield which goes away with slight repositioning.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    300.00 more for the safest helmet on the market is a good investment - OpaGreg   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Arai Signet-Q is uniquely designed to 1 fit longer oval head shapes and 2 meet both DOT & Snell Motorcycle Helmet safety Standards
    Cons: Price is double that of the average motorcycle helmet but you get what you pay for

    A quick Internet search shows the Arai Signet-Q met my need for a longer shaped head and had the highest survivability design quality available. Arai designs one of the few helmets on the market that meet both DOT & Snell Motorcycle Helmet Standards. This means the helmets do not have features such as integrated sun shield Arai sells a 100.00 clamp on shield, flip up front, built in communication system, etc. They also have high quality material on the inside of the helmet that is washable and tends to last longer than the less expensive ones. I purchased the Arai Signet-Q because it has the best fit available and provides the best protection during an accident. Someone told me to buy a 10 helmet if I had a 10 head I think 300.00 more for the safest helmet on the market is a good investment. I also found the best price at compact dot com.


    This review is for Arai Signet E and Signet S Helmet Replacement Shields
    Arai replacement shield - Face   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits the helmet perfectly.
    Cons: A bit pricey but they last for many years.

    Replacement shield for an older Arai helmet. Fits perfectly and they typically last for a few seasons.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    Very nice, love this helmet - Chris   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, pin lock, shield removeinstall, comfort, chin spoiler
    Cons: I guess price

    First Arai, coming from a Suomi. The fit and finish, especially the interior, is outstanding. I was fitted for a small, and honestly was a little worried after wearing the first time that it was too small. Turns out my Suomi was definitely too large for me, and, after removing the top 5mm layer from each of the cheek pads, it now fits like glove. It is light, cool, and snug, and I can wear for hours. The chin spoiler is very nice, though a little difficult to deploy. I've already made up my mind to purchase Arai again in the future.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    Same, just a little different - Bill   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good long oval fit, pin lock, interior room
    Cons: Larger chin bar

    I now have 4 Signets in the closet, all different models. The Q fits like previous Signets and I really like the removable liner. The cheek pads have a different feel, but you get used to them quickly. The chin bar is the most noticeable difference A little further from your chin than the old models, but also a little wider. On my sport bikes, I could glance down and see the gauges with the old Signets. With the Q the wider chin bar blocks the gauges and I have to actually tilt my head to see them. I like the pin lock lens - doesn't prevent fogging, but really helps. Overall, a nicely improved Signet.


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    outstanding quality - Keith   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit, function, finish
    Cons: kinda pricey

    Just took a short test ride, This thing feels so light. Its quiet and the shield is easy to operate with a gloved hand. Great ventilation. The only drawback would be the cost, but you get what you pay for


    This review is for Arai SAI Max Vision - Pinlock And Other Replacement Shields
    At last, a reason to prefer the Corsair V - Duke W   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Easy change-out, works flawlessly with the pinlock inserts designed for it
    Cons: Not standard on every Arai helmet it fits

    Anti-fog inserts are a must on Arai helmets, so when I needed a new Corsair V, I bought one of these at the same time. The difference is night and day from the old-style pinlock shields. There is no limitation to the clear field of vision from the rider's point of view. The last reason to prefer an older helmet is now gone well, except for the paint schemes -- I really miss the Tommy Gun paint job -- they don't have anything that evocative any more. Yes, I know that the Corsair V is supposed to be a racing helmet, and they therefore think you don't need an anti-fog visor, but this is safety equipment, guys, and should be standard on every helmet it fits. Oh, one more note if you have a spare old-style pinlock insert, be aware they won't fit the new design. Buy an insert at the same time, and you won't have to wait to be safe go ahead, ask me how I found that out.


    This review is for Arai SAI Max Vision Pinlock Anti-Fog Shield Inserts
    Call it a necessity - Duke W   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Product actually works as advertised, really wide, tall field of clear vision
    Cons: Shouldn't these be on every Arai helmet

    Anyone who's ever worn a helmet in the rain knows that you either anti-fog, or you don't see. While there are lots of ways to anti-fog, the best way is to not have to in the first place. If your face shield is anti-fog, you don't have to worry about whether you treated it or not, or whether you put the anti-fog in your pocket before you left. That's why this product rocks so hard. It flatly works. Unless you're a mouth-breathing troglodyte, you won't fog this. The combination of pinlock pocket and silicon seal works to provide a clear, fog-free view that will last a couple of rainy seasons of daily use ask me how I know. Another plus this new design puts the edges of the anti-fog area outside the seals for the eyeports, so your view is unrestricted. Nice The only drawback this doesn't come standard on every Arai helmet. It really should. They're one of the safest helmets on the market, so why doesn't this vital piece of safety equipment come standard on every helmet they sell Don't know, but if yours didn't come with one of these, you need to get one -- before you need it and don't have it. Don't delay, buy today


    This review is for Arai Signet-Q Solid Helmets
    High Quality Helmet - Mike   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fits perfectly with removable temple pads
    Cons: none

    It fits perfectly and the quality of construction and design is outstanding. The price is high but it's worth it for the high quality design and construction.


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    Fog Free and Happy in my Arai - Side Road   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Easy to install, Love it.. Now I am Fog Free..
    Cons: [None]

    No fogging issues with this visor. Now, if it would only keep my glasses from foggingRiding last winter with the RX-Q, I had a lot of fogging issues. While it was easily mitigated with the front vent, who really wants to open it at 30 some odd degreesI have read that other people had issues with the pins. I just straightened out he visor, as shown in the video, and popped it in place. Very simple and took but a couple of seconds to install it.It does take a little bit to get used to as it gives the impression of being cracked open on the bottom when all you are seeing is a small area that is not covered by the insert.


    This review is for Arai SAI Max Vision - Pinlock And Other Replacement Shields
    Works good, certainly fog free - RON   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fog Free, Good Fit
    Cons: slight reflection in some conditions

    Works well. I have the dark smoke and light smoke on separate shields, easy interchange. Dark for sunny, light for daytime cloudyovercast. Only negative is minimal ... slight reflectivity off the inner surface, so on bright days the lens is not crystal-clear ... but it's close, and it doesn't fog.


    This review is for Arai PRO Shade System
    Not a bad solution, Probably the best Arai will offer. - Jim J   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Provides a quick sunshade option, no need to carry multiple visors.
    Cons: Now you have 4 surfaces to clean or potentially scratch.

    I love Arai and have for years. But I have been caught after dark with my tinted visor and also needed a sunshade on my clear visor. Arai needed a solution, this is what they came up with. I used it on a 600 mile trip last week and it worked perfectly on my Signet Q. In and out of tunnels, did a great job. In the raised position gave a nice shade and lowered was just like a dark visor. No problem with distortion, noise, wind drag. The main issue I see is that now you have an inner and outer dark section that accumulates bugs and dirt and of course the clear section to clean. Any one of those surfaces could get dinged and the total package is not cheap. You can't just add the sunshade to a normal visor.Arai claims this is a better solution because they do not have to change the design of helmet for an internal drop down visor and, in their opinion, affect safety. I'm not an expert so I won't dispute the claim but bottom line, this is the Arai solution. It was worth the price to me.You really want to know what works The Transitions visor that Bell and Akuma use. THAT is the perfect solution and could be adapted by every helmet manufacturer. I don't know why Arai and Shoei and others resist that elegant and effective solution.




    Sizing Chart & Specs for the Arai Signet-Q Hydra Helmet
    Arai Helmet Sizes by Head Circumference
    Arai Size Head (cm)Head (in)
    2XS50.8 - 52.120.1 - 20.5
    XS53 - 5420.9 - 21.3
    SM54.9 - 55.921.7 - 22
    MD57.2 - 58.122.4 - 22.8
    LG59.1 - 6023.2 - 23.6
    XL61 - 61.924 - 24.4
    2XL62.9 - 63.824.8 - 25.2
    3XL64.8 - 6625.6 - 26


    We do not guarantee the fitment of a helmet based on these charts
    Part Number Status for Arai Signet-Q Hydra Helmet
    Options SKU Retail Price Our Price Availability
    X-Small AR-HYDR-XS $749.95 $674.95 Currently Not Available for Order
    Small AR-HYDR-S $749.95 $674.95 Currently Not Available for Order
    Medium AR-HYDR-M $749.95 $674.95 IN STOCK Usually Ships within 24 hours
    Large AR-HYDR-L $749.95 $674.95 IN STOCK Usually Ships within 24 hours
    X-Large AR-HYDR-XL $749.95 $674.95 Currently Not Available for Order
    2X-Large AR-HYDR-2X $749.95 $674.95 Currently Not Available for Order


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