Lightweight polycarbonate/ABS shell • 3 EPS sizes for maximum comfort and size range • Velocity Flow Ventilation™ creates the most ventilated helmet in the open category • Integrated communication port accommodates Bluetooth® stereo bike-to-bike communicator and driver-to-rider intercom systems - Sena SMH10 and 10S; Cardo Systems Scala Rider Q1/Q3 and QZ
For all the features on the communicators see PART NO. 40-00887 or 40-00888 for the Sena 10S, 40-00495 or 40-00496 for the Cardo Q1; 40-00497 or 40-00498 for the Cardo Q3 and 40-00494 for the Cardo Qz
If you already have one of the Sena units, a Bell-specific clamp and boom mic will be necessary to install, Dennis Kirk PART NO. 40-9976 • If you already have one of the Cardo Scala Rider units, a Bell-specific adapter will be necessary to install, Dennis Kirk PART NO. 40-00779 • Convenient speaker pockets make it easy to set up the Mag-9 • Helmet can be run in multiple configurations: with or without shield and with or without visor • Fast and easy tool-free shield changes • Drop-down sunshield offers "on the fly" protection from the sun • Removable and washable interior for maximum comfort • Contour cheekpads for superior fit and comfort • Convenient speaker pockets make it easy to set up the Mag-9 • Industry-leading 5-year warranty • DOT approved • Size medium weighs 1450 Grams (+/- 50) / 3.2 Lbs. (+/- .11)
(1) Mag-9 helmet (1) Red helmet bag (2) Side plates with quick release
I love the looks of this helmet. It is exactly the style I wanted to go with my BMW R 1200 RT. The fit was great it was comfortable right out-of-the-box. On the road the first thing I noticed was the noise. It is very noisy helmet. The clear visor does not stay up on its own as soon as wind hits it it will force it to flip down. And after only two hours use the sunvisor lever came off in my hand. I called Dennis kirk to exchange it and they only wanted me to turn it in for warranty repair. That was not acceptable. A brand-new helmet breaking with only two hours of use very disappointing. Even more disappointing was how Dennis kirk wanted to handle this. Wanting me to turn it in for warranty repair that would take a week again not acceptable.