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In perhaps one of the most awaited new-helmet introductions in years, Arai has announced the successor to its flagship RX-7 Corsair: the Corsair-V. (The company has retired the RX-7 prefix for the new model.)
Wider Eyeport (New)
Here is a real-world example of Arai’s philosophy of interrelated parts (mentioned above). The forehead-shell strengthening of the Peripheral Belt has allowed Arai to introduce a new 10mm-wider eyeport opening (5mm at each side) on the new Corsair-V
, thereby further enhancing the rider’s peripheral vision. The fact that this new feature will be most beneficial to racers, the eyeport also underscores the fact that Arai is, at heart, still a "racing" company whose advancements aid all riders.
Series “I" Faceshield (New)
The new wider eyeport required a new, wider faceshield
. Called the Series "I" faceshield, it is exclusive to the Corsair-V
. The new shield fits even more flush against the shell than the previous Corsair’s. So flush, in fact, that Arai says "It almost looks like a continuation of the shell" and requires two small sliders just in front of the side-pods to keep the shield from contacting the helmet’s upper shell when raised.
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