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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-12-2009, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Dainese Airbag Suit for 2010?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo9Vlt5tGwY

Looks pretty promising. I want one. Wonder if anybody has more info?



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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-12-2009, 06:59 PM
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Yes it does look promising but what an awful job that guy riding has - crashing for a living??? I suppose someone has to do it for the greater good, glad it is not me, I like (well not 'like' but you know what I mean) my crashes to be accidents!


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The future for motorcycle clothing perhaps?


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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-22-2009, 09:11 PM
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i am gonna get it when it becomes available. it could help to do away with shoulder and elbow armor.
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i am gonna get it when it becomes available. it could help to do away with shoulder and elbow armor.
what happens if the air bag is faulty.......I bet you wished you kept your elbow and shoulder armor then hah.....?
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what happens if the air bag is faulty.......I bet you wished you kept your elbow and shoulder armor then hah.....?
while you are at it, add back protector to that list! :-) during the life of that product, it may never get used (hopefully)! not sure what's the life cycle or service interval, if any. it may fail to work as intended; then i am screwed! may be wait a year! :-)

if you remember, when jorge lorenzo crashed with this (or something similar), the system failed to deflate. his bike was wrecked; so, it was a moot point. Dainese must have figured out the problem.

any new piece of technology has to go through what we in software industry call 'version 1.0' problem: an initial version of a product/service is expected to be buggy. but, each subsequent iteration gets right. there is no better example than, ... Microsoft!
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Really an amazing product. It seamed at least to work well in several crashes at the race tracks. I just have a legal concerne about it. Will the cops charge me with leaving the scene when I bounce, from Quakertown Exit to Lansdale Exit after I crashed on the Turn Pike.
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while you are at it, add back protector to that list! :-) during the life of that product, it may never get used (hopefully)! not sure what's the life cycle or service interval, if any. it may fail to work as intended; then i am screwed! may be wait a year! :-)

if you remember, when jorge lorenzo crashed with this (or something similar), the system failed to deflate. his bike was wrecked; so, it was a moot point. Dainese must have figured out the problem.

any new piece of technology has to go through what we in software industry call 'version 1.0' problem: an initial version of a product/service is expected to be buggy. but, each subsequent iteration gets right. there is no better example than, ... Microsoft!
my point was I wouldn't remove any protection air bag or not
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo9Vlt5tGwY

Looks pretty promising. I want one. Wonder if anybody has more info?


looks good and love the fit of dainese Any prices ?????
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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-24-2009, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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I read Dainese is working on this airbag suit for over ten (10) years now. I can't wait to buy the suit. No matter what it will cost. You cannot have enough protection right?

Imagine how many lives this will save.

it says here that they will release the street version for 2011 not 2010.

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/Pr...?&R=EPI-119382

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