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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet

The EXO-900 Transformer Helmet gives you the freedom to choose between Full- and Open-Face configurations with the added benefits of detachable peak visor and dropdown sun visor. This makes the Scorpion EXO-900 truly unique and gives you options that no other modular helmet can offer. In seconds and with no tools, you can convert your full-face helmet to an open-face version to meet the changing riding conditions or style preference if you ride different motorcycles or scooters.

Features:

  • AirFit™ helmet pump air inflation system for a custom fit. Cheek pad and neck roll adjustment system for improved fit and wind noise reduction
  • EverClear no-fog shield system
  • KwikWick washable wicking liner
  • Retractable SpeedView no-fog internal sun visor
  • Toggle Aero-tuned vent system
  • Polycarbonate composite shell
  • DOT / ECE approved
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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet 4.3 5 102 102
There are better helmets out there This is a helmet that looks much better in photos than in person. Also, it is HEAVY, and loud and the airflow is very poor. June 18, 2014
Good but only because of price Overall I think this helmet will wear into bring pretty good. I've worn it for a couple of hundred miles so far. Fit is very snug as are all new helmets but this will not go on without the chin bar raised. Once on its fairly comfortable except the ear cushions which have been scalloped out to allow for speakers poke the very front of my ears (YMMV). Even with all vents open you don't really feel air flow but it does seem to work ok. I haven't been particularly sweaty. Visor seals well and keeps things quieter than my 5 yr old HJC Modular (CL-15), however the ratchets won't hold the visor up over about 50. Optically the tinted and clear visors work well, even together, though I don't wear glasses. I haven't removed the chin bar and probably won't except maybe just to test it. Worth it for $220 or less. Will wear it mostly on KTM 1190 Adv both on and off road. Yet to wear it on DRZ on single track but used to wear HJC for that. July 21, 2014
Comfortable, but moving parts break I loved this helmet-- very comfortable, and very well fitting once it broke in. I could put it on without disturbing my glasses, even as it fit snugly. It was loud and heavy, but still comfortable and confidence inducing. Within a couple months, though, things started to break, beginning with the chin curtain. The worst break was the red latch to release the chin guard--after this just broke off in a parking lot, it was impossible to open the shield, rendering the helmet mostly unusable (It's very difficult to put the helmet on as if it were a fill-face). I was able to take off the face shield and install the peak, so it is now an open face helmet. That's fine, but the open face has no face shield and way less protection. I'll need to get a new one. I realize that moving, mechanical parts can break, and this comes with the territory of a modular helmet. Full face helmets will hold up longer. But less than a year is a bit short for a helmet. June 22, 2014
Good, not great Be prepared for a ROUGH break-in. This helmet took a toll on my head while breaking it in. Once it's broken in, it fits like a glove. The helmet is very functional from the modular feature to great ventilation to the retractable visor. I also fit my helmet with the SENA SMH-10R. Works great. Don't get me wrong in my opening statement. The helmet works great once you go through the pain of breaking it in. April 22, 2014
heavy This helmet was way heavier than expected, I have only had one other helmet so maybe they are all heavy. Weighing in at around 7 lbs it feels like a bowling ball on my head, at first My neck was sore but it has since gotten stronger and now it is no problem at all. The aerodynamics are great the wind just flows over the helmet almost like it isn't there. It has great venting I don't even have to ride with the shield cracked open on a 100 degree plus day in AZ. This helmet fits so well that I don't even have to use the air pump system yet. This helmets only down fall is the cutout for the speakers are just a little to small. May 19, 2014
I would buy this again! I purchased an XL even through the sizing chart said L is my size. It fits well and is comfortable on long rides. The over all size feels much larger than my older helmet (HJC), but I still like it. I like the quick action modular portion, in fact that is the exact reason I purchased this helmet. I mounted a sound system inside and it fit great. As for the wind noise - not much, but I can hear my loud pipes! So far no regrets with the purchase. Cons: I have to work more at getting the chin straps to a comfortable position and the loping part is right under the helmets edge! May 5, 2014
First Helmet I will definitely update my review if its possible later. But, this is my first street helmet. I took my first ride today with it. I know it still needs to be broken in, but I just dont find this helmet that comfortable. Maybe its just my head shape, but I was recommended this helmet because of my head shape. I got a medium because my head measured for it and its extremely tight on my head and especially around my rear jaw area. Like I said it needs to be broke it but its still tight. As far as noise and airflow go, the noise doing 60 mph is a little louder than I expected especially with a 270 dollar helmet. Im going to have to wear earplugs with it for sure. Airflow. Its 75 here right now and I was not impressed with the airflow in the helmet. Although I didnt sweat having it on, I figured I could at least feel the air moving in but maybe it's just that good that I think its not working? Dont know. I will give some more riding time on it and edit/update this but for my first ride, helmet out of the box i'm not impressed, especially for the price I paid. April 24, 2014
A top notch helmet Smooth operating modular design. Removable face piece configuration provides a sharp looking 3/4 alternative. Chin curtain provides an effective seal (nice seeing as I'm riding in chilly Wisconsin weather. Seems solid enough to withstand a nuclear strike, at least compared to the old $69 helmet I used to wear. Is a bit heavy. April 21, 2014
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Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Furtive Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Khary M: Great value, good protection, stylish and functional. Oct 1, 2013
W A: Im a girl and want a Modular helmet cuz its easier to get on and off w/out destroying my hair/ makeup. Also its one of the few modular that is dot and ece... I would obviously love a snell rated modular but they are so pricey. I also need the flip down sun visor cuz riding to work in the morning, I get completely blinded by the sun for a few seconds and its scary! This helmet also has the inflatable cheek pads and insides which helps because most helmets do not fit my small face snugly enough. Sep 27, 2013
Robert C: Reviews, looks, graphics, clout pricing. Aug 14, 2013
Victoria M asked: Is the inner drop down visor light smoke, or dark smoke? Oct 5, 2013
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Victoria M: I want to buy a darker tint sun visor than the stock visor, does anyone know if the "dark smoke" is darker than the stock one or is it the same?? http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/scorpion-exo-900-inner-sun-shield Dec 12, 2013
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Aaron H: Victoria,
It is a light to medium tint sun shade--if it's just bright outside, it cuts it pretty good. If I'm driving into the sun, it's not really enough tint. Hope this helps. It's a great helmet--I've got about a year on mine and love it--quiet, sunshade works well, vents work well.

Aaron
Oct 6, 2013
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Mike P: I would call it light smoke, but think they have different shades and colors both for the outer shield and inner shade, I do like the helmet but has a fair amount of wind noise, not sure any others would be better with jaw piece that flips up Oct 5, 2013
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Daniel B: I also bought the Lazer Carbon modular helmet from these guys. It has the transitions face shield and gets nice and dark. Has great ventilation and is super light too. I haven't used the exo since I bought the Lazer.
Oct 5, 2013
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Travis S: It is more of an in between the two. I like it even in the brightest days to the cloudy days when you just need a little extra. I hope that helps Oct 5, 2013
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Robert P: I consider it to be a light smoke. Its dark enough for day time so you do not need sunglasses which is very nice. Easy to use as well. Oct 5, 2013
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Alejandro G: I'd say it's dark smoke. A good substitute for normal sunglasses, unless you have a real good pair that's polarized. Oct 5, 2013
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Richard V: It's fairly dark and does a good job making it unnecessary to wear sunglasses. Oct 11, 2013
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Daniel B: It's like smoke. Not as dark as most sunglasses but adequate. Oct 5, 2013
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Paul C: In my opinion it is light Oct 5, 2013
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Jorge Alberto D asked: Good evening, we apologize for my bad English, I wanted to know if there is some version of this helmet strap themselves have insurance? or are two classic hoops through which one passes the tape? I can assure you that is the only thing holding me to purchase this helmet , thanks in advance for your reply Nov 28, 2013
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Robert C: The two circular hoops are to secure the helmet strap securely keeping the helmet on. There is a strap you pull to dislodge the strap making it easy to remove when taking the helmet off. It is required by law to have a secure fastening device. All helmets have the same dual loop system. My transformer is one of the best helmets I have ever owned. You will not regret the purchase. Dec 4, 2013
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Timothy N: I purchased this helmet and have been very happy with it. The strap is the standard looking strap. yes it has two "classic hoops through which one passes the tape" - it is exactly like ever other one I have had on other helmets. Dec 3, 2013
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Arthur G: Hoops and tape on this helmet = yes. A good description, especially if you are having trouble with English. We call them "D" rings and strap in USA. But yes, that is the type of system this helmet has. Ride safe. Dec 4, 2013
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Robert C: There are two D rings that the strap passed through that lock the strap in place. There also is a nice little strap that releases the double d rings for easy removal. Jun 24, 2014
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Darrell L: This helmet has the two "D" rings that the strap passes through. Hope this answers your question. Dec 2, 2013
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Daniel S asked: Hello, What is the difference between the EXO-900 Transformer and the EXO-900 Transformer Furtive, other than price? Thanks, Dan Jun 21, 2014
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Kevin S: Pretty sure it's just the paint design. I bought the "black furtive" since it was considerably cheaper on sale at the time. Photos don't show it, but the pattern shifts between a light gray and purple depending on how the light hits it. It's subtle, but I would have preferred less purple..... Jun 24, 2014
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Robert C: The Furtive helmet has the graphics lightly running across the top and sides. I really like my Furtive and glad I went with the white with light silver graphics. Jun 24, 2014
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Daniel S: I think I found the answer. The difference is that it has "Furtive" graphics. Jun 21, 2014
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Daniel S: Thanks Kevin. Jun 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Sena smh10 mount up well on this helmet? If so which model Sena smh 10 would be best for this helmet? Sep 6, 2013
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Victoria M: Yes it mounts just fine on mine. I didn't even use the double sided tape, just the screws and without the extra padding for the ear pieces b/c the helmet is so snug Oct 5, 2013
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Jon A: Have not had any experience with that device. Sep 6, 2013
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Larry H: Sorry, that is one I cannot answer. Sep 6, 2013
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Cody D asked: is the helmet eyeglasses friendly? Any body have this helmet and wear eyeglasses too? Would love your two cents! Thank you May 7, 2014
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Pablo G: I wear glasses, the main reason I use a modular helmet instead of a normal full face. I've found this helmet very easy to put on and take off while keeping the glasses on and in place. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I plan on buying the EXO 900 and want to know the difference between the regular and the furtive helmets. Oct 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The 'Furtive' part of the helmet description refers to this particular graphic style, which I'm guessing is more of a commentary on the subtlety of the design, rather than any feelings of guilty nervousness that might come along with wearing it. Oct 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the weight of the EXO 900 transformer helmet? Apr 29, 2012
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Stevan P: A size large Scorpion EXO-900 weighs in at 1888 grams> Unfortunately, we do not have a break down of each size but will fall not too far out of this range. May 4, 2012
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A shopper asked: what is difference in this years new model of the scorpion 900? Jun 30, 2011
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Chris K: This model is just a new graphics option. Otherwise there are no functional changes. Jul 1, 2011
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Scorpion Helmets

SizeHat SizeHead Circumference (in) Head Circumference (cm)
XS6 5/8
20 7/8 - 21 1/4
53-54
SM6 7/8 - 7
21 5/8 -2255-56
MD7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 7/16 - 22 13/16
57-58
LG7 3/8 - 7 1/2
23 1/8 - 23 5/859-60
XL7 5/8 - 7 3/4
24 - 24 3/8
61-62
2XL7 7/8 - 8
24 13/16 - 25 3/16 63-64
3XL8 1/8 - 8 1/4
25 9/16 - 26
65-66

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
White / XS 784073 90-1052 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / SM 784074 90-1053 Out of Stock
White / MD 784075 90-1054 Out of Stock
White / LG 784076 90-1055 Out of Stock
White / XL 784077 90-1056 Out of Stock