Arai Nakano Sakura Corsair V Helmets – Promo Video
Arai’s exclusive, adjustable new AirWing is designed to greatly reduce drag, turbulence and buffeting resulting in more comfort and additional top-speed.. It provides the rider with unprecedented aerodynamic performance options. MotoGP tested and developed Air Wing is easily adjustable, even with gloves on, in five different angles of attack positions to suit every riding position.
The biggest difference between the newest generation of Arai’s Hyper-Ridge feature and its predecessors sticks right out at you: Whereas the previous ridge curved in, this one flares out. This results in a larger opening at the helmetâ€™s bottom, making the helmet easier to get on and off. The company hopes this new outward flare will aid more riders in “choosing the right-size helmet because it’s easier to get on than inward-curving shell bottoms.” The Hyper-Ridge reinforcement band circles the bottom of the shell, adding shell strength. This added strength at the bottom of the shell is also said to help in “significantly lowering the helmet’s center of gravity,” contributing to a better overall balance and making the helmet rest easier on the rider’s head.
Distinguished by its silver-grey color, Arai’s Dry-Cool liner has repositioned the rear mounting-snaps closer to the liner bottom for a more secure fit, making it exclusive to the Corsair-V. This is a 2009 model.