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Impact 65000003 ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint, Medium
Impact ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint

Impact 65000003 ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint, Medium

Oval Track Cars, Demolition Derby Cars, Complete Restraint System Restraint Component

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Impact ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint
Impact ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint
Impact ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint
Impact 65000003 ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint, Medium
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Impact ClubIII Frontal Head Restraint
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  • Restraint is FIA 8858-2010 Homologated and manufacture certified to SFI 38.1
  • Features a carbon fiber infused thermoplastic injected resin construction
  • Engineered to offer exceptional ergonomics and comfort
  • Has a self-neutralizing single tether for maximum mobility
  • Includes a 20° Angle for use with most seatback angles

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Restraint Component:
Complete Restraint System
Restraint System Size:
Medium
SFI Rating:
38.1
Tether Type:
Fixed
Anchor Type:
Post Anchor
Angle:
20 degree
Material Type:
Thermoplastic
Weight:
1.44 lbs.
MFG. Part #:
65000003
Hardware Included:
No
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Each
Notes:
Carbon-fiber infused thermoplastic construction.

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Constructed of thermoplastic-injected resin reinforced with carbon fiber, the Stand21 Club III combines excellent protection in a lightweight, affordable package. The Club III uses a proprietary honeycomb architecture not found in other devices at this price point. The result is a superior strength to weight ratio. The self-neutralizing, floating single-tether design allows for maximum mobility while providing a high level of protection at multiple angles. The Club III is both FIA 8858-2010 Homologated and manufacturer certified to SFI 38.1, making the device suitable for use in most series around the world.

* Note to users of Hans® devices: If replacing one of these devices that originally used spring-post anchors, you will not need to purchase new posts as the tether anchors of the Club III are compatible. For all other users, you will need to purchase compatible spring-posts for use with the Club III. Please contact Impact Racing’s customer service desk for more information.

Features

  • FIA 8858-2010 Homologated and manufacture certified to SFI 38.1
  • Construction – Carbon Fiber infused thermoplastic injected resin
  • Lightweight – Large is only 1lb. 7oz. (640 grams)
  • Exceptional ergonomics and comfort
  • Self-neutralizing single tether for maximum mobility
  • Carry bag & clavicle padding included
  • Available in Medium or Large
  • 20° Angle for use with most seatback angles
  • Made in France
  • Compatible with Hans® spring-post anchors (Not included)
  • Compatible with spring-post anchors that come pre-installed on FIA 8858-2015 helmets

Notes

Device Helmet Post & Anchor Kit is not included.  Available separately when required as # 451-112-color

SA Helmet application will also require Replacement Backing Nuts # 451-9115

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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