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HANS DK11341-321 Pro Series Device, Post Anchors, 30 Degree Large
HANS DK11341-321 Pro Series Device, Post Anchors, 30 Degree Large

HANS DK11341-321 Pro Series Device, Post Anchors, 30 Degree Large

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SFI Rating:
38.1
Angle:
30 degree
Restraint System Size:
Large
Material Type:
Carbon Fiber
Weight:
1.00 lbs.
MFG. Part #:
DK11341-321
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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The HANS device stands for Head and Neck Support. It was designed with you and your family in mind. The goal in racing is to go faster than anyone else on the track and cross the finish line first. And as technology increases speeds, it also increases the risks. Remember, you a have a family to go home to when the night of racing is over.

The primary difference between the Pro Series and the Sport Series is the weight. There is no difference in the safety protection offered with either one. The Pro Series weighs approx 1 lb. less than the Sport. We offer both models with quick disconnect sliding tethers. This gives you the most mobility and vision. You will need a 1/4" drill bit and a measuring tape to install the HANS device anchors to your helmet. Complete instructions and a special tool are included.

Made with high modulous carbon fiber this is the ultimate in lightweight protection.  Includes quick disconnect and sliding tethers.

Hans Device Sizing Chart (Link)

QuickStart Guide (PDF)

Anchor Instructions (PDF)  

SFI Recertification Notice (Link)

NOTE: These items will only be shipped to an address in the US, Canada and Mexico.

Item Details

Post anchors w/ sliding tether

Notes

To select the HANS device for you, you will need to know a couple of things:

1) What degree of angle is your seat?

  • The most common are: 0-10 degree (upright & many sprint cars), 20 degree (most common, modifieds, stock cars, sprints), 30 degree (200lbs or more)

2) What does your neck measure?

  • The most common are: Medium (13.5"-17"), Large (16"-20")

Now you have what you need to order your HANS device.

Specs

Torque Specifications for HANS Device Fasteners

Detailed torque specification for HANS Device anchors and tether carriers
      
(A) Helmet Anchor Torque Specifications
POST ANCHOR
Torque specs for the indexing post screw are:
30 Inch Pounds (in-lbs) OR
3.4 Newton Meters (N-m) which is similar to:
Finger tight plus one quarter turn additional.

(B) Tether Clamp Torque Specifications
FIXED TETHER CARRIERS
Torque specs for the screws holding the metal fixed tether clamps are:
20 Inch Pounds (in-lbs) OR
2.25 Newton Meters (N-m)which is similar to:
Very tight.

SLIDING TETHERS CARRIERS
Torque specs for the screws holding the orange sliding tether carriers are:
8.0 Inch Pounds (in-lbs) OR
0.9 Newton Meters (Nm) which is similar to:
Finger tight.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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