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Old February 26th, 2018, 10:31 PM   #1
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Shoei x-spirit 3 (or X-14) air issue

Hey all

Just got an x-spirit 3 and it surely is a great helmet overall (love the stability at any speed)

just a small thing - there is too much air coming from the chin upwards to my eyes, i used the chin pad but it only reduced a little the problem. always of course with all vents closed.

in cold days i get tears really fast due to this. do i have to adjust something? the visor seems to close ok. anyone faces the issue?

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Old April 1st, 2018, 11:05 PM   #2
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bump - i now have sent an email to shoei, this is annoying.

does anyone have something to share? the only solution i found, is using the underchin (which i don't really want to use i don't like it), and by opening the upper ventilator from the lower 2 it kind of moves the air stream towards the forehead a bit, but still not good.
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