Impact Racing 65000001 Accel Head & Neck Restraint, 2 Inch
Oval Track Cars, Complete Restraint System Restraint Component, Universal Restraint System Size
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The new Impact Accel head and neck restraint offers unparalleled comfort combined with the ultimate in frontal and angular impact protection. No matter the seat angle or complement of motorsports, Impact Accel head and neck restraint is your go-to safety device. Constructed from lightweight yet durable DuPont® carbon composite material, the Accel can withstand the rigors of nightly racing whether you compete in drag, circle track or off-road. Affordably priced, adjustable, and includes helmet hardware.
- Manufacturer certified to comply with the SFI Foundation's 38.1 specification
- Not to be used with 3" shoulder harness belts - must use in conjunction with 2" style shoulder harness belts
- Adjusts between 10-40 degrees for a variety of uses
- Weighs 2 pounds
- Body forming shoulder pads offer unparalleled comfort
- Offers superior angular impact proctection
- Constructed from carbon fiber DuPont® composite materials
- Helmet hardware included
If using 3" shoulder harness style belts, please consider Impact Racing Accel Head & Neck Restraint System # 449-92499
For more information on Impact Accel head and neck restraints check out Impact Accel Manual
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