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Hey this is Reuben with Competition Accessories today were taking a look at the Shoei RF1100 this is the replacement for the RF1000. Ive got the RF1000 up here to show you the differences between the two this is the old __ Graphic and I have RF 1100's up here i have matte black this is called the enigma this is the conquer obviously there's other colors and options as well . First of all i wanted to show you the differences between the two helmets between the old RF1000 which is one of Shoeis best selling helmets and the new RF1100. The RF1000 has been a great helmet for a lot of riders for a lot of years and with the RF1100 it takes it one step further. You have a whole other level of ventilation and other features as well if you take a look at them side by side you can take a look and see how much bigger the eye port is its the new shield its the CW1 shield its the same shield they use on the X12 so that's their high end racing helmet . You've got a lot wider of an eye port a lot better peripheral vision and you also have more top to bottom space you'll be able to see better when your down in that tucked position if your riding on the track or really spirited riding your gonna have a lot more vision out of the helmet . The venting is also a lot more aggressive on the RF1100. You have a larger chin bar vent you have very similar vents on the top here, and if you look at the back you have four close able vents and then there is two hidden exhaust vents right behind the neck at the base of the helmet where as the RF1000 only had the exhaust vents under the spoiler as well as the under vents here as well. The shell shape is also significantly improved if you look at the 1000 compared to the 1100 , the 1000 has a sort of round shape helmet with a bolt on plastic spoiler into the actual shell of the helmet and this helmet has Shoeis AIM plus shell which is their advanced integrated matrix plus multi fiber shell material which is basically a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar and fiber glass and its SNELL 2010 approved obviously as well . So I'm going to move the RF 1000 out of the way I'm going to kind of break it down in the RF1100 take a look at all the features in detail here. So looking at the vents in detail here on the RF1100 they are just a lot more aggressive in their function and their position the chin bar vent is like i said a little bit bigger then the RF1000 its going to direct air up onto the face shield to help reduce fogging. Up at the top you have two vents that are going to draw air down in around the rail and actually channel through the EPS , when we get into the interior of this helmet were going to kind of show you where the air goes and on the back of this helmet you've got four exhaust vents and you can open and close these in any combination you want really customize the helmet air flow your getting through your helmet . The exterior vents here are going to as air rolls over the back of the helmet , the front vents are going to have cool air pushed in and the warm air inside of the helmet is going to come right out the back its going to be drawn out by the vacuum created behind your head there's also two hidden vents at the base of the neck roll here you can feel them with your fingers. Basically its the same type of effect warm air is going to be drawn out from underneath the bottom of the helmet as well . Like i said earlier this is the same face shield used on the X12 its the CW1 its a wider eye port its also got several different detentes you could crack it open and it has a ratcheting mechanism all the way up and down. On the side here you have a locking mechanism if you tilt that lever back that shield is locked down so if your on the track and you do head checks it will lock down so it doesn't come open thats there for you, and if you push it forward slightly and it cracks the shield slightly so you can get just a little bit of air flow to come in from the bottom if you need the shield from defogging there . To remove the shield you actually open it all the way and its got the quick release self adjusting base plate before i take it off if you look at the ratcheting mechanism here when i close the shield all the way this spring actually pulls the shield back against the helmet and it will have a nice tight seal all the way around that gasket , its going to result in a quieter helmet and its also going to provide you with a better seal against the elements if your riding in the rain. Ill show you a feature here when i take the shield off , you just push that trigger forward the shield comes off its very easy to use. Another thing i don't know if you'll be able to see it on here on the camera here, but there's a lip around the top of the CW-1 shield and what that does is it seals around the top of this gasket . So if you've ever had a helmet where if your riding in the rain you've got water dripping down on the inside of your shield very frustrating , you've got a lip now which is going to give you a really nice seal around the top of the helmet to prevent that from happening . This shield is also available with the pin lock insert so you can get one with pin lock posts you can buy pin lock inserts basically what that does is gives you a duel layered shield you can install the insert and that's going to prevent any fogging from happening they work really really well so if your in an area that has high humidity that's a really great option as well . To reinstall the shield just line up these pins give it a little push there and it snaps right back into place just like so. So now were going to go ahead and move to the inside of this helmet and show you those features. On the interior of this helmet one thing that has significantly improved over the RF1000 now the interior is fully removable that's not something you had with the RF1000 that's a very welcomed feature especially if your running in a hot environment or you do a lot of track days of your sweating a lot you can actually take the entire liner out and replace it you can wash it so that's definitely a welcomed feature. I'm going go ahead and pull one of the cheek pads out here which is basically three snaps and this plastic piece inserts between the shell and the liner , these cheek pads are layered its actually multiple layers of foam you have a nice contour against your skin. Its a nice soft fabric as well . If you take a close look here there's actually recesses here as well for speakers if you use a communication system or if you install speakers for music or GPS or anything like that , you've got a space already cut out of the shell so that you have a spot to put those. Go ahead and remove the rest of the interior here the cheek pads come right out this is a brand new one that we just pulled out of the box . The center pad of this helmet is actually what they call their 3D center pad which is again going to contour the shape of your head its also has raised portions and opening so that ventilation that's coming up through the top of the helmet you can actually see there's holes here and its going to channel the air and it can get to your skin. If i flip the helmet up here you can actually see on the inside of this helmet these channels these groves are designed not only to prevent your head from being hurt in an impact which is what the actual liner does but holes here and these are really going to channel all that air all over your head so your not going to have just one or two spots where you have good ventilation your going to have good ventilation all throughout your head with this helmet. The Shoei RF1100 starts $377 for solids and goes up to $472 for graphics it weighs in at 3 and a half pounds which is actually slightly lighter then the X12 which is their high end race helmet . One thing that's really neat about Shoei helmets is that they do have a 5 year warranty from the date of purchase and they also give you 7 years from the date of manufacture and they also have a Shoei inspection program which is free of charge, so if you drop your helmet and are not sure if its damaged or usable you can just send it off to Shoei they will inspect it for free and they will let you know if its good to go or not. The RF1000 was a great helmet for years from Shoei the 1100 just takes it one step further its a great helmet. If you any questions just give us a call or check them out online at competition accessories .com.
Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories today I'm talking about the Shoei X-twelve this is new for 2010 top of the line flag ship helmet. Shoei said its born from racing bred on the race track this obviously replaces the X11, i have an X11 in anthracite and i have the new X12 just to give you a quick comparison between the two. If i turn them side by side here ,head to head if you will,you will see the shape the over all aggressiveness again built for the race track built for that real aggressive tucked position. The X11 was a fantastic helmet very very popular a lot of the top racers wore it for a long time, now they've moved on to the X12. What they've done with the exterior of the helmet is basically two things they have streamed lined it significantly if you look at the way the spoiler integrates into the back of the X12 verses the X11 you can see its just a cleaner shell shape and what that's going to give you is even better manors at high speeds its going to have less buffeting be smooth and stable . Its also probably going to be quieter as far as there's a little bit less exterior going on the X12 your going to have just cleaner flow of air over the top another thing that they have significantly upgraded from the X11 to X12 is the venting and if you look at the X 12 here there are actually five intake vents and ten exhaust vents a few are hidden behind the arrowhead spoiler and in the base of the neck roll even on the exterior you can see there's a large vent on the rear where the X11 does not have exhaust vents on the sides they've enlarged the other vents that are there so your just going to have a lot more air flow in the X12 vs the X12 which is already really an aggressively vented helmet they've just taken it one step further with the X12. Another thing you'll see when you take a look at these head on is the shield the eye port, has been changed so now you are on the CW1 shield its going to be taller and wider so you have a lot better view of the track ahead , more peripheral vision better top to bottom vision .That really helps when your on a really tight tuck you can still get your eyes up and see above the brow here. Other helmets come down too low for that not built for that aggressive riding position . The X 12 again built for the race track. I'm going to go ahead and move the X11 out of the way here and well get into the features of the X12. First thing i wanna talk about is the shell, this is Shoeis AIM plus shell its called the Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi fiber Shell. Basically its a mix between carbon fiber , Kevlar and fiber glass . They use elastic fibers in there to basically spread and absorb impact as much as possible. So if you have a sharp impact point its going to spread it over the largest area possible. On the interior of the helmet we have the EPS liner and it does its job absorbing all of that energy and preventing it from transferring into your head. The venting on this helmet is extremely aggressive as i said you have a chin bar vent here, open and close that going to direct air up onto the face shield help reduce fogging . You have a brow vent its going to bring air into your forehead and bring it around the sides . You have a top scoop you'll notice a lot of these vents are forward on the helmet that's because when your riding in this thing your going to be in this position and that air is going to be ramming straight on to that vent and giving you plenty of air flow. You have some exhaust vents here and the way these work is as air flows over the top shell its going to create a vacuum behind this little lip here and that's going to draw warm air out of the helmet. Same thing on the back you have a closeable rear vent airs going to be drawn out the back , underneath the spoiler here you'll see the gap , that gap is going to have some holes threw the shell that are going to draw warm air out your going to have some on the sides here mini vents and then again at the base of the neck roll there are some small vents that come out from the inside as well which is going to give you even more ventilation. The arrowed spoiler on this is basically this rear portion and its built into the helmet and what that does like i said earlier reduces buffeting keeps your head very stable . This helmet is very well mannered if you need to do head checks it doesn't do anything weird doesn't pull doesn't shake shimmy i mean this thing again is built for the race track they know what they are talking about when they do high speed runs. When you get into the face shield here its again the CW1 shield its available in a multitude of tints colors being a race helmet its going to be available with tear off posts , it also come pin lock ready if you want to instal a pin-lock system you could purchase a pin lock ready shield which is a separate shield you'd have to purchase and that's going to have some pins inside that you can insert the pin lock system . Basically what that does it gives you a duel layered shield which is going to reduce fogging and it instead of the warm air from your breath hitting the shield directly its that pin lock that is insulated because its two layers , it works really really well Ive ridden with them quite a bit actually . As far as the shield mechanism goes this is what Shoei calls their quick release self adjusting base plate and if you get it nice and tight on this when i open it you can actually see these little springs inside compress and when it closes it pulls the shield back and in and what that does is it gives it a really good and tight seal around the entire gasket all the way around the face shield and that give you just a really nice tight fit. It prevents any outside air or water from getting in the helmet it also give you a little bit quieter of a ride. There is another feature here its the helmet and shield lock so if you tilt this back its actually going to lock the shield down you physically can not open , a lot of guys will run that at the track in the locked position so when your doing 150 plus and your doing a head check your shield doesn't come open on you. You can also push this forward and that's going to very slightly separate that gasket and shield to get a tiny bit more air into the shield which is again going to help with any fogging issues if your running into that or if its just a hot out and you just want a little bit extra air flow you can just crack that forward . Of coarse there's also a detente if you want to open it a little bit further you can open it to the first detente and there's also a ratcheting mechanism all the way up and down. To take this shield off is very simple just basically two triggers on both sides push forward on that and it pops right out very easy to do , it just comes right off. Another thing i want you to see right on the shield is it actually has a built in lip in the top edge, you don't see this very often at all and what that does when you close the shield it is going to create a seal right along the top of that gasket so if you are riding in the rain your not going to have water or other air or anything coming in from the top of the shield so that's a really great feature as well. To reinstall the shield just line up the pins give it a press its going to click right into place so these things are really easy to swap in and out . Next were going into the interior of this helmet which are where the guts are where it does a lot of the protecting. The interior of the X12 is again built for the racer who's on the track pushing it hard and sweating a lot , they use a max dry system which is a moisture locking liner its going to pull sweat away from your face its going to allow a lot of that ventilation that i showed you on the outside of the helmet actually reach your skin and reach your head they call it their 3D liner Ill tell you why when i pull it out here before i do you'll probably notice there are two bright red tabs on either side of the cheek pads . What those are Shoeis emergency quick release system and again this is for the race track it also would really benefit you on the street too if you have an accident basically its for emergency personnel to quickly and easily pull your cheek pads out which is going to allow them to lift your helmet off with minimal impact to your head and neck , so they would be able to slide your helmet off a lot easier with the cheek pads out. Basically what you do is just grab the tab and they would just pull it out and you see it has a little loop hole for your finger and you can just rip the cheek pad right out , do the other side here and you can just see how much bigger that opening is now and you could imagine how much easier they would have they would have a much easier time getting your helmet off of your head with that much extra room . You can remove the rest of the liner its just two snaps at the back and then plastic in the front and this is the 3D max liner , what i want you to see on this liner is all these holes and openings here are going to provide you with a lot of ventilation all that ventilation is coming from the inside of the helmet from the outside in, that cool air is going to come in reach your skin and the warm air is just going to be drawn out the back and its designed to work perfectly in conjunction with all the venting that's on the outside of the helmet .If you look down on the inside of this helmet you can see some of the channeling in the actual EPS liner. What they use is actually a duel layer EPS liner and i actually have one to show you right over here this is actually whats on the inside the guts of whats actually X12 here . Its a duel layer EPS liner there's a lot of research going into one of these basically its designed to absorb as much impact as possible it crushes on impact so that your brain doesn't slam up inside of your skull its going to absorb as much impact as possible. They use different density's of foam throughout the liner to progressively absorb the impact, do if you have a minor hit its going to still have that give that you need , If you have a major hit its going to have that slight give and then you resist more and more as the impact happens. There's also separate pieces Ive kind of taped it together here so you can see what it looks like put together on the inside of the helmet. Before i pull it apart i want you to notice how many holes there are on the outside vents that are reaching threw this liner. Here , at the top , at the top here and the rear , at the back of the sides i mean this thing is built again for very very good ventilation. If i kind of pull it apart here you'll see they have separate pieces for the sides of the helmet this is actually what goes on behind the base plate so where the shield mechanism is . You'll need more protection in that area you'll notice it actually doesn't compromise the thickness of the liner even with this piece in place its plenty thick in that area . The chin guard is actually 2 pieces so you can see the entire chin bar is lined with this EPS foam but a lot of the other helmet manufactures cant say that. Their chin bar has a but of rubberized material but a little bit of foam in the front but this is the full EPS liner that goes all the way across the chin bar you have complete coverage on this helmet , and then on the bottom of the helmet or on the inside rather you can see these channels that run threw the middle I'm going to see if i can get my tape off of here and ill pull out this inside piece and this is what i was telling you about earlier this is the duel layer feature of the liner and basically this is going to you can see there's air channels that run on the inside of the shell and again this is just to allow cool air to come in and all the hot air to escape the very bottom of the interior there's more air holes for the air to come out. The X 12 has Shoeis performance fit and basically its an intermediate oval and it is a little bit tighter if your coming from an RF1100 or a Qwest you'll notice that the helmet is just a little bit more snug not enough to go up a size or anything like that because you actually want the helmet to be snug. Again this helmet is bread from the race track born from racing so the guys you see out there Moto GP and they want their helmets tight as possible because when your pushing those upper triple digit speeds you don't want that helmet moving around at all , and in a crashing scenario you need that foam to be as close to your head as possible so your head doesn't travel to hit the foam the foams already there to absorb the impact in that kind of situation. So that was our in depth look at the X12 from Shoei .
Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories welcome to our head to head comparison of Shoei RF1100 vs all new Shoei RF1200. Now if your familiar with the RF line of helmets going back the RF1000 was one of the more popular full face helmets ever to be produced certainly one of the most successful models for Shoei and they fall in right under their X line of helmets which is their flagged ship race helmets . Right now its the X12 and the X11 before that. Their very high end race helmets as well but they are very aggressively vented which they a little bit more noisy as far as the wind noise goes , and on top of that they are more expensive. For the every day rider who occasionally does that track day or is more of a commuter , long distance tourer or just attacking the twisties on the weekend when you can . The RF line of helmets is definitely a lot more affordable , but it also give you some advantages for the street like a quieter ride. Now looking at the two a lot of you are probably familiar with the RF1100 , I actually got a chance to ride in both of these earlier . They are both size medium which is the size i normally wear . First thing your going to notice when looking at these things side by side, is the RF1200 is actually physically a smaller helmet on the outside. They brought the shell dimensions in quite a bit to give you a more compact feel which is a fantastic thing. You can also see the RF1100 they integrated that rear spoiler into the shell itself which brought the shell out a little bit further and now they have gone with an add on integrated rear spoiler much like the RF1000. The other big advantage of actually shrinking the shell itself is the weight savings you have. You have 3.6 pounds for the RF1100 and then we throw RF1200 on the scale and your looking at 3.45 pounds , Under 3 and a half pounds. And that's going to translate into less neck fatigue and a more comfortable ride as you experience the open road for hours and hours on end. First thing i noticed when i pulled this helmet on my head is the opening is quite a bit smaller quite a bit more snug on the RF 1200 they actually brought the neck roll in quite a bit closer to the face which again translates into a quieter ride . This one is a little bit easier to get off and it is also a little bit more open at the bottom of the helmet . You'll also notice that the RF1100 has a lot of fabric along the base of the helmet, The best thing in my opinion is they have given you a kind of rubberized finish all along the bottom of the helmet which is not only going to keep the helmet cleaner when you set it down its also going to keep nicer for a longer period of time . So if you set your helmet down on the sidewalk or at a rest stop, you can expect the helmet to last a bit longer. Speaking of the cheek pads it brought over the emergency quick release cheek pad system, you can see these red tabs here simply grab a hold of that and pull down and you'll be removing the cheek pads just like that . There's quite a bit of engineering that went into that these little snaps work they actually have ramps built into them to actually release them as you pull down in that direction . The purpose of them though is not just so you can simply and quickly release and pull your cheek pads out , it actually has a notice to emergency personnel here on the side so if they suspect neck injury's or maybe your unconscious after an accident they can remove the cheek pads very easily while your still wearing the helmet and that opens the base of the opening quite a bit more so they can easily slide the helmet off of your head without causing further neck injury's , this is definitely a very very welcome innovation that they have brought over from their race helmets. Also new for this helmet is the new ventilation system. You have a chin bar vent which is very similar to what the RF1100 did, but the new one is much more flush on the front of the helmet again reducing wind noise . The big difference is they have added a third vent at the top of the helmet which is a brow vent that's actually directing air into the air channels in the EPS liner .You still have two intake vents here at the top . If you take a look at the set up on the RF1100 you have 4 separate exhaust vents that you have to physically close individually, so that means while your riding you are reaching up on the top of your head and closing or opening all four vents separately. Its great for customizing air flow but takes a little bit more time to open and close , so if you get caught in the rain these are exposed and open on the top so water could find its way down onto your head. Now you still have 4 exhaust vents but they are hidden under this integrated spoiler and they are all operated with a single switch. Its a lot faster to open and close it . And I don't know about you guys but i typically have all my vents open or all my vents closed depending on the weather and how cold it is. I much prefer a simple system that just opens them all up , if its hot enough to have one vent open in my opinion its just about warm enough to have them all open. Maybe with the exception of the chin bar vent, which you can use to combat fog to give you air to put up onto the face shield. Speaking of a face shield you do have a pin lock ready shield included now and the pin lock insert comes in the box as well . So the RF1200 is definitely giving you a good system right in the box to combat fog . Another thing you will notice about the face shield that is all new is the reinforcements that they have added on the bottom and top , now the CWR 1 shield. They have done a couple of other things not only is it reinforced for a better seal but you have an extra layer of gasket material at the bottom and the top of the helmet as well again to give you a better seal against the elements and preventing wind noise and whistling you have an all new base plate system that is adjustable you can see there's a little adjustment screw right here it has several positions you turn them its actually like a ___ and its going to pull the base plate just slightly forward or backward so that you can customize how tight of a seal your getting against that gasket system on the shell itself . And that's going to give you a very good seal for unwanted wind noise and water from coming in on the inside. As for the finish of it i really like what they have done here a little attention to detail there , its got a nice kind of carbon fiber look to it to the plastic its not just a kind of generic black plastic . Removing the shield is as easy as ever , its a simple trigger and it goes right back on here quickly so swapping face shields is quick. Now speaking of the face shield they are supposed to be coming out with a transition face shield for this helmet which will be absolutely fantastic . It wont be cheap but it is supposed to darken when its exposed to UV , so its going to be one shield that you leave on the helmet all the time . Clear at night and darkens depending on the conditions during the day .
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    Pros: Very high quality product. Aerodynamic. Quiet. Comfortable.
    Cons: Cheek pads are to tight.

    I have always been a bargain helmet buyer. Not the super el cheapo's but helmets in the 100-200 range. I have been wearing a Bell Revolver since they came out. About 3 years I guess. I always thought it was comfortable but a bit heavy and noisy, even with a chin curtain.So I get the 1100 in the mail. When I lifted it up I wasn't overly thrilled as it seemed not that much lighter than the heavy Bell. I put it on and was put off by the overly thick cheek pads. On the first ride I fell in love with it. Even though it doesn't seem that light it cuts the air very well. Some guys have complained about noise but I find this helmet extremely quiet. Yes it whistles a bit with all the vents open and the vents work very good by the way. After a couple hundred mile ride I found that my neck was no where near as tired as riding with the helmets I have had in the past. The crown padding fits perfect and has no hot spots. I am getting used to the cheek pads but may end up buying some thinner ones anyhow. Overall, I now see the difference in quality between a higher end helmet and the mid range products. I don't see why this conqueror didn't sell that well. It looks much better in person than the pic and with my tinted visor it is down right attractive. I opted for the silver and black. If you are on the fence about a purchase, go for it. If your coming from a mid range helmet you will be exceedingly pleased. Good job Comp. Acc. the product showed up relatively quick and in excellent shape. You guys are my new favorite gear supplier.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 and Qwest Breath Guard and Chin Curtain Replacement Parts
    Shoei RF-1100 and Qwest Breath Guard and Chin Curtain Replacement Parts - Johnny from Miami, Florida   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent Quality and Very Effective. Much cheaper at Competition Accessories.
    Cons: Not better quality than HJC or Scorpion - at least not initially. Very pricey if you were to purchase at a bike shop.

    After years of using Scorpion and HJC I purchased a Shoei RF-1100. It was a store demo that did not have a breath guard or chin curtain. I do a lot of highway riding on a bike with no wind shield. At 70 mph the Shoei is dramatically much more aerodynamic and comfortable at highway speeds than either of the aforementioned. But Shoei is notoriously infamous for fogging and booming and my RF-1100 was true to its reputation. I ordered the Qwest breath guard and chin curtain which fits many other Shoei models and those problems were immediately eliminated when I installed them. The only disappointment was that neither seemed to be much better quality than what I had in my Scorpion and HJC but then again the curtain on HJC is sagging like a bad paint job and the breath guard on the Scorpion wont stay on anymore and I only used those helmets for a couple of years each. But like everything else with Shoei, the difference in quality is most evident over time under actual riding conditions.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 and Qwest Quick Release Center Pads Replacement
    RF1100 37mm cheek pads - Thicker pads to fit better   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Better fit than original pads and make the fit of helmet more secure
    Cons: none

    I bought these 37mm pads as back ups to my standard 35mm pads that were still in good shape. The fit for me is better now than the stock pads and I have noticed that the way they clip into the helmet holds them more securely. The old pads would come loose in the rear at my neck after a few times of putting on and taking off the helmet. At a close look I noticed that the pads, where they slide into the slot in the back, are made a little differently and hold in better.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    RF1100 - Robert Morreale   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: looks and feels great
    Cons: non

    Have a Shoei Quest solid. Wanted a helmet with graphics. Helmet is awesome. Great air flow on warmer daysnights. Have gotten numerous compliments on it. Couldn't beat the price from Competition Accessories. Great helmet a great price. There are a lot of helmets out there for less, but what is your head worth to you Happy riding and be safe to you and others.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 - mjbahr007   NE Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Helmet fit right and was comfortable for my 1,100 mile Iron Butt ride
    Cons: None identified yet.

    I bought this helmet to replace my HJC full face helmet before running a SaddleSore 1,000 endurance ride on October 5, 2013. I tried out several sizes of the helmet until I was sure I have the best, off the shelf fit. The day of the ride the temps were in the 40s with occasional rain and lots of wind. I road 1,100 miles in 20 hours without any helmet problems. This helmet felt comfortable and dampened the wind and road sounds while allowing a comfortable flow of air. I would recommend this helmet. Determine the proper size then shop around for the best price. They are costly but well worth the money spent.


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    Shoei Quality - rpalick   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Clear with Excellent Interchangability
    Cons: None

    If you are like me, the clear face shield may be good at night but in the Texas sun, you definitely are going to need a tinted or smoke colored face shield. The Dark Smoke shield from Shoei was easy to install based upon their easy interchange system. This helmet and system is top notch with minimal noise and gives you a good seal. If your considering an alternate face shield you won't go wrong with this. At 45.00 the price was acceptable as far as I am concerned.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 and Qwest Quick Release Center Pads Replacement
    Perfect Fit - Perfect   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    The ones that come with the helment were to big these fit perfect in my helmet and gives a little more room


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Comfortable helmet with good cooling - WC   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lots of cooling, comfortable fit
    Cons: [None]

    Nice snug helmet with lots of cooling.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Good experience - Paul K   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great helmet at a great price
    Cons: None so far

    I bought the wrong size and had to return it but the guys at the compacc could not have been more friendly and helpful. The new helmet is everything I wanted and more, great safety, venting, comfort and style.Great product and customer service, I would definitely recommend to others.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Awesome helmet on closeout - cparty27   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: light, flows a ton of air, perfect finish
    Cons: [None]

    Shoei helmets are some of the best out there. I had an RF1000 that needed to be retired after nearly 7 years. I loved that one so much I knew an RF1100 was top on my list. The fit is nearly the same as my old RF1000 so it was easy to get a great fit. The graphic is top notch without being too boy racer. There is a subtle metalic that looks great when the sun light hits it. Also its nice and light and the ventilation is great. All this at a close out price.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Most Comfortable Helmet To Date - Brad   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    This helmet is the most comfortable helmet yet. Light weight, good noise reduction, but not perfect, great cut outs for placing my Scala Rider speakers. Very good air flow inside and out.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    protection with visual appeal - Dan F   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable flows plenty of air
    Cons: [None]

    This is my second shoei chroma helmet to match my newest ride, I would recommend this helmet for it's fit, function, and great looks,


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 - Wingman   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Helmet fits like a glove
    Cons: None

    Searched high and low for this helmet. Can't beat the price and the customer service is top notch. The shipping was super fast


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    Dark smoke shield - Ryan   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Everything
    Cons: None

    I bought the dark smoke as an extra shield to the RF1100 that comes with a clear shield. It works great, easy to attachremove, not too dark that you can't see at night but enough that you can ride into the sun and actually see where you're going. I've cleaned bugs off by running it under water and wiping it off with a no-scratch cloth.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Sheoi rf-1100 - Robert   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great price for a quality helmet Beautiful helmet
    Cons: None

    I almost purchased this helmet at a large retailer for 650., but with the newer graphics. For the price I found this here at 299.00...WOW With having some outdated graphics, which means little to me or anyone else, this is a great bargain. It fits really nice, air flow is awesome, and an overall fantastic helmet of quality.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Mark - Mark   SD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Best Shoei helmet yet
    Cons: none yet

    Great price I always recommend Competition Accessories to my friends.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    shoei rf 1100 helmets - 98   SD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: quality and performance
    Cons: sizing

    I have had many helmets. for street helmets shoeis are the best value of all the premium helmets. They are on par with arai but far less money. my only complaint is that the sizing is inconsistent. I use a large in some models and extra large in others


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Great helmet - Justin K   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: No wind noise. No buffeting at high speeds. Super comfortable. Cost. Great air flow.
    Cons: none

    This helmet is amazing. So is the price. I bought it for 350 and the dark shield to go along with it. The dark shield just looks so damn good with it. Such a good deal since it retails for 550 If you still see this advertised as 350 you better hurry and pick this up cuz they will be gone soon.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Harley 01 - Ken B   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great helmet. Top quality.
    Cons: None

    Would buy again


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    nice quality - Kawasaki owner   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality
    Cons: none

    Ordered a mellow smoke face shield. Works well during the daytime and evenings. I've left this shield on the helmet and didn't need to switch back to the clear screen at all. Works well even during the morning hours.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    awesome helmet - patty   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: quiet, lightweight, fits good
    Cons: [None]

    First Shoei I have purchased and loving it. Fits true to size and the price was unbeatable.


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    Worth the - Stacy G   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect tint Easy to Install
    Cons: Price

    This shield works exactly as advertised. It is easy to install and have had no issue openingclosing it. The tint is the perfect amount for a sunny day but not too much for night either. I don't like carrying extra shields with me when I ride so this one works well no matter the time of the day. At night, it can be a little dark on rural roads so I simply angle my helmet up a little bit which allows me to see thru the less tinted area of the shield. Only drawback is the price for this shield. This is the price I expect to pay for a shield with reflective coatings. It works and I would recommend to others. Guess that's all that really matters.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Brilliant Yellow - Hi-Vis Yellow Helmets
    Crash Tested - jugornot   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, Strong, Good Ventilation
    Cons: None

    Hit the ground at 45mph. After a flight of about 50 feet. Landed on right side of head and shoulder. 5 broke ribs, broke shoulder, fractured hip and thumb. Didn't even have a head ache. The RF1100 saved my life. I would not have survived the hit without it. Watch out for cars turning in front of you. ATGATT


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Real looks so much better - Popeye   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Shoei quality, lens, 7 adjustable vents, great paint job.
    Cons: Slight med-loud whistle from front top closed vents when turning head.

    My 3rd shoei and this is probably the best yet. A little annoyed with the whistle noise hen turning head but it has a good snug feel too new yet to give full review but super tight lens wen closed and noise is lower than other helmets in my past


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 - Shoei owner   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, good fit, comfortable, Shoei quality
    Cons: Can't think of any

    This is a terrific helmet. It limits buffeting and is very quiet. Shoei quality is second to none. I can't say enough good things about this helmet.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Best Helmet I ever owned - Mark Herman   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Design
    Cons: none

    I drive a Victory Vision and I'm getting to much attention with this helmet on. Shoei Rf1100 conqueror is best fit and best looking helmet design ever. Dare to compare.300 bucks great investment for skull. Better buy before they are all gone


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    YEA - John G   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent Helmet Price
    Cons: None

    Fantastic helmet with great features Excellent price and quick shipping


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Best helmet I've ever had - Anthony   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: The fit of the helmet is phenomenal to my head.
    Cons: [None]

    I love this helmet. Earbuds don't have a problem falling out compared to others with my big ears. Venting is really good and the graphic is really nice. It's not too noisy but I has a little noise when vents are open. Quiet helmet when they're closed


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    PIC'S DON'T DO JUSTiCE - HATER27   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: look, airflow, field of vision, comes with chin curtain and breath guard
    Cons: didn't come with a pin lock shield

    the helmet is sick looking, the graphics on top with the skull with vamp fangs and two sword's crossed under it. the design of the shell is sick and it is the most comfortable helmet. seem's light when on and the airflow seems very good. comes apart very easy and the vision out of the shield is excellent. for the price great value.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror - CBR600rider   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Light weight, comfortable, aerodynamic
    Cons: [None]

    I have been wanting a Shoei for years and could not justify the price because I had a decent helmet. However, this was a great price at around 200 off so I couldn't resist. There should be a picture of the graphic on top because it is far more detailed than the sunburst pattern on the sides. I was surprised by the graphic and it's pretty awesome. The only complaint is that I'm personally not into sculls and there is a scull on the top. It isn't the center of the graphic and it's small so I'm ok with it.While riding, it has way less wind resistance than my previous helmets. It is easier to look side to side at highway speeds because of the reduced wind resistance and because the helmet is less bulky. It has made the riding experience even better. Bottom line great helmet, great price.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Best helmet ever - mebuddy   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, noise cancellation, style
    Cons: none

    Best helmet I have EVER purchased. I used to own a Icon and scorpion helmet, and I must say that those helmet are incomparable to the new shoei. Windshield lock mechanism, breathing vent, and interior padding are all amazing necessities.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF1100 - alex329   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfort, design, and fit
    Cons: na

    This is by far the quietest and most comfortable helmet I have ever had...


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Over rated - Mr mike   CA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Helmet is too noisy at freeway speeds around shield and upper vents are noisy in closed position Stick with your rf1000 The rf1100 is at best okay. Graphics are the only nice this nose guard doesn't work and neck guard only marginally works. Save your for another helmetI feel like I threw my hard earned money away.


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    X-12 Helmet & Shields - Pakleo   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Helmet Fit and quality. Lenses Easily exchanged. Virtually no distortion. Quality construction.
    Cons: Helmet Difficult, if not impossible, to fit comm set. Lenses None.

    I have the Shoei X-12 Glory 2 Size XL with clear and Spectra Silver lenses. I recommend this helmet as the very best for all applications, except when you need a comm set. I went to a communications specialist store and they were unable, even with on-the-phone support from Shoei, to fit a comm set that I could comfortably wear without cutting some liner foam, which of course they advised against. In all other aspects this helmet exceeds my very high expectations. Is it expensive Yes. My thought, If you have a 10 head you should wear a 10 helmet. The lenses will meet all your expectations. However, they are not adverised to be fog proff and they are not. And all the cheap fog sprays and wipes will not make them so. Solution I just ordered the fog proof shield and inserts from my favorite supplier, Competition Accessories. Shoei. You meet the most intelligent people wearing the brand.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Great Helmet - Juston H   MS
    I have been threw a HJC modular, ICON torrent, and just know found a great helmet. It fits very snugg for a fast ride. I am a commuter that loves to drive out in the twisties, and I don't know if it was just me but the ICON seemed to push into my face around 110. The HJC was way to noisie and the flip lever broke in like a week. This Shoei you can bearly tell it is on, the vents work great for the hot days and close everything up and it will keep you warm on the cold ones. It doest pull to much when turning your head at high speeds and i can now use all of my perrifial vision without having to break my neck. Very nice helmet and I would recommend it to everyone I talk to. 08 CBR 1000rr


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    mark johnston  
    Dark smoke is a perfect fit on RF-1100. Perfect for sunny days here in LA. Traffic here still sucks.


    This review is for Shoei Helmet Face Shields - X-12 - X-Twelve - RF-1100 - Qwest - CW-1
    GPz1100  
    Ordered a Mirrored Spectra Chrome for a new RF1100. The fit was perfect and optics clear, no distortion.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Brilliant Yellow - Hi-Vis Yellow Helmets
    Shoei RF 1100 - Jonas   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Super Comfortable Low Noise
    Cons: Still some noise and lift

    Super Comfortable Great Materials A spot of road noise and lift


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 - Novaflyer   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well constructed
    Cons: Too small

    The only couple of points that I can make in this review is that the construction quality looks good, but they obviously run small. I'm a L and this helmet was too small for me, so I returned it.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmet - jbro   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort is top notch
    Cons: A little noisy

    Great helmet, feels very solid and adds alayer of safty to other gear. The price was also great save about as much as i spent. Something about out of date graphics, whatever will forever be a Shoei fan even though the price hurts. It was well worth it.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Adam - Adam   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great ventilation with easy access to the vents, lighter weight, good aerodynamics.
    Cons: Because of the release mechanism, tinted shields are harder to install than clear ones. The tab at the rear base of the helmet gets caught on my riding jacket.

    This is my second Shoei and fourth full-faced helmet overall. The RF-1100 is the most enjoyable helmet I have owned to date. The vents, especially the chin vent, move a lot of air to keep me cool. But, they also seal up nicely when I need a quiet ride. The weight is very manageable, and the aerodynamics eliminate a lot of unnecessary buffeting. The only two complaints are that the shield release mechanism makes switching back and forth between clear and tinted shields a little difficult, and that the tab at the rear base of the helmet gets caught on my riding jacket as I try to move my head from side to side.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    leedna - leedna   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable - very quiet - looks awesome
    Cons: Cheek pads way too tight - with stock size 35. Pushes cheeks into teeth - constantly biting cheeks. I often chew gum while riding - totally impossible. I went to size 33 pads - little help. I had to go down to size 31 pads - and I can chew a little - carefully. However - now helmet is not so quiet.

    Great helmet - except as noted on CONS - excellent price from CA - very fast delivery.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF Conqueror - Angela   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Ventilation Solid construction, excellent fit.
    Cons: Just as noisy as my modular soumy. D rings. Hard to get my glasses on.

    Overall, I am very impressed with this lid What I was looking for was ventilation and that is what I got. When it is 70 degrees out and all ports closed my head is cold. Rather be a little cool than sweating... I can turn my head without feeling like it will twist off, actually the helmet feels like it is a part of me. The eye port is large and I can see everything I need to see to be safe. The helmet is a little tight putting it on, however, once it is on it feels great. It is true to size. I was at the top of XS and I ordered the XS and it fits great. I gave this lid a 4 because of 2 reasons 1 It shouldn't be as noisy as it is being a one piece, and 2 D rings.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Chroma Helmets
    Quiet helmet - MAD750   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet
    Cons: [None]

    Always worn Shoei. Got the RF-1000 and it was very loud. Helmet got damaged in an accident so I got an RF-1100. MUCH quieter.


    This review is for Shoei RF-1100 Conqueror Helmets
    Shoei RF-1100 - Steve ATL   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quiet, fit, EZ visor change, quality build, good sheild seal and vent operation
    Cons: Pinlock option not with helmet sold seperate

    Coming from an Aria Signet to the RF-1100, I had high expectations for the price-point quality on the Shoei. After using for 2 months, I believe the retail cost of the helmet is actually fair for the build qualuty, ease of operation, and ergonomics offered. Very clever visor removal easy with a gloved hand and extremely sturdy seal at 100 speeds. I have no complaints except pinlock was stated as included its actually a seperate purchase, as the helmet ships with a clear 'standard' shield




    Sizing Chart & Specs for the Shoei RF-1100 X-12 Parts
    SHOEI RF-1100

    RF-1100 Sizing
    SIZEHAT SIZEHEAD (cm)HEAD (in)
    XXS6 3/8 - 6 1/2"51-5220 1/8 - 20 1/2
    XS6 5/8 - 6 3/4"53-5420 7/8 - 21 1/4
    S6 7/8 - 7"55-5621 5/8 - 22
    M7 1/8 - 7 1/4"57-5822 1/2 - 22 7/8
    L7 3/8 - 7 1/2"59-6023 1/4 - 23 5/8
    XL7 5/8 - 7 3/4"61-6224 - 24 3/8
    XXL7 7/8 - 8"63-6424 3/4 - 25 1/8


    The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.
    Part Number Status for Shoei RF-1100 X-12 Parts
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    Screw Set 0213-0705-00 $4.95 $3.99 Usually Ships in 1-3 Business Days
    Base Set 0213-0605-00 $19.50 $17.55 Usually Ships in 1-3 Business Days
    Base Set Full 0213-0505-00 $21.50 $19.35 IN STOCK


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