Setting The Standard
The RX-7 has always been the benchmark of Arai’s motorcycle racing R&D at the very highest level. Handmade in Japan by a three-generation family company of riders, it is Arai’s state of-the-art helmet. The new RX-7V EVO continues to be the benchmark meeting the new ECE R22-06 approval. But, even after exceeding the most recent standard, Arai does not rest and continues to look for new ways to improve rider protection. ECE R22-06 requires a much more stringent testing process than the previous ECE R22-05. Arai presented the RX-7V EVO and it gained homologation while maintaining its characteristic round, smooth and strong shell design to ‘glance-off’ and spread impact forces. Or simply put, by being an Arai RX-7V EVO. There is a difference with Arai. It’s the combination of every single piece of design, no matter how large, small or even invisible, working on behalf of the rider.
Because what we protect is priceless.
The combined systems offer excellent and efficient ventilation. Utilizing the same proven system as the RX-7V, the centre duct provides 11% more airflow, with bigger switches for effortless operating. The lowered side-air channels guide air from the cheek pad area to the side ducts. The diffuser is 20 mm longer with improved aerodynamics, and 19% larger intake scoops, both work together with the Air Wing to improve stability. The chin cover blocks air intrusion and draws more air from the mouth area.
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