This is X-Lite’s exclusive high-carbon content version of their new full-face racing helmet. Its reduced weight and compact size (thanks to the carbon-rich construction and the availability of three outer shell sizes), emergency cheek pad removal system (NERS - Nolan Emergency Release System), reliable visor mechanism with a Double Action system, efficient RAF (Racing Air Flow) ventilation system and Carbon Fitting Racing Experience inner comfort padding (with an updated net construction) make the X-803 ULTRA CARBON the most exclusive full-face racing helmet for the most demanding of motorcyclists.
RACING AIR FLOW (RAF) VENTILATION SYSTEM
The result of experience and testing in the wind tunnel and on track, it is made up of: - indirect entry upper air intakes;- a direct entry front air intake;- a high flow rate chin guard intake with defogging function;- a front protection with integrated aerodynamic vent;- side air extractors;- a rear extractor, integrated in an aerodynamic spoiler with adjustable profile (ASD – Adjustable Stability Device).
ADJUSTABLE STABILITY DEVICE (ASD)
Compared to its predecessor (the X-802RR model), the X-803 has been improved in terms of stability at high speeds, due in part to the complete revision of the rear spoiler. The adjustable spoiler profile for the adaptation of the aerodynamics of the helmet according to various ride positions and driving styles has been confirmed.
Compared to its predecessor (the X-802RR model), the X-803 has improved wearability in the chin area: the chin guard has been slightly elongated, to offer increased levels of static and dynamic comfort.
“CARBON FITTING RACING EXPERIENCE”INNER COMFORT PADDING
The liner, with an innovative net construction, assists the movement of air around the upper part of the head which thus stays cool and dry. The inner padding furthermore is made up of side cheek pads (left and right) and lining straps which are all completely removable and washable.
NOLAN EMERGENCY RELEASE SYSTEM (NERS)
This allows emergency teams to remove the cheek pads from the helmet while it is still being worn by the motorcyclist by simply pulling the red tapes attached to the front of the pads themselves.