EMI® Sprint Chassis Ballast Lead Weight
Sprint Car, 45 lbs. Weight
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Finally a piece of lead that is formed specifically for sprint cars! This triangular shaped lead ballast is made to fit in the triangular structure just below the headers. Keeping the mass low and tight on the chassis. Attaches with five stainless steel clamps - 3 on the motor diagonal and 2 on the bottom rail (not included with lead ballast -available separately -see below). Keeps spark plug area accessible. Crash tested!
- Easily trimmed for Standard Rail or Raised Rail chassis
- Standard rail adds 45 pounds
- Raised rail adds 37 pounds
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