Bell Dominator 2 SA10 Racing Helmet
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The legendary Dominator is the most innovative, popular and successful open wheel helmet that Bell has ever produced. The Dominator.2 is a worthy successor to the legacy of the original Bell Dominator helmet and is the next evolution in compact, lightweight aerodynamic helmet design and performance.
The Dominator.2 has been completely redesigned to incorporate the latest technology and updates while retaining the aggressive and distinctive Dominator styling. The helmet is designed for open wheel racers and kart racers who demand aerodynamic stability, outstanding comfort and fit plus superior ventilation. The Dominator.2 is SA2010/FIA8858 certified, available in sizes 7 1/8 to 7 3/4 (note 7-3/4 size is listed/provided as a 7-5/8 Plus by Bell) in white and flat black.
The Dominator.2 features an ultra-lightweight carbon composite shell and retains the traditional Dominator chin bar vents and aero gurneys that are designed into the shell. The Dominator.2’s aerodynamic elements enhance helmet performance by providing greater stability and reduced helmet lift at higher speeds. The wicker gurneys built into the side and top of the shell create an air separation point on the top of the helmet to allow airflow to detach from the helmet reducing buffeting. The helmets front lip gurney and angled chin bar vents add down force to the front of the helmet to prevent lift and improve overall helmet stability.
Updated features include the 287/3MM SRV-1 visor system and new rubber eyeport gasket for improved visor seal. Each helmet comes with a clear shield and Bell visor strip as standard equipment. The interior on the Dominator.2 has been completely redesigned with contoured cheek pads and higher density foam neck collar for a firm and secure fit.
The Dominator.2 is certified to the Snell SA2010 and the FIA8858 standard. The FIA8858 certification requires the helmet to be tested for use with Head and Neck Restraint Devices. Bell's M6 terminal hardware is incorporated into the helmet and accepts Head and Neck Restraint anchor system hardware. (We recommend consulting with the Head and Neck Restraint manufacturer to select an anchor system that allows the user to index the hardware in the proper location for use with the device.) The Dominator.2 is compatible with FIA8858-2010 and is recognized by the FIA for use outside of North America.
Bell Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)
- Built-in Aero Gurneys
- Lightweight Carbon Composite Shell Technology
- Redesigned Interior with Firm Neck Collar Support
- New Rubber Visor Eyeport Seal
- Full Ventilation (Chin Bar, Forehead, Top Vents)
- Recessed Face Piece for Seamless Radio Integration
- E-max Multi-density Liner
- M6 Terminal Hardware for Head & Neck Restraint Devices
- 287/3mm SRV Shield (SRV-1 Pivot System)
- Available in White or Flat Black
- Snell SA2010 Certification
- FIA8858-2010 Certification
- Available in Sizes 7-1/8 to 7-3/4
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