Impact Racing Crew Fueler SA2020 Racing Helmet
Updated for the 2016 season, the Impact Crew Fueler now features a Snell rating, as many professional motorsports are now requiring rated helmets for pit crew fuelers. Featuring an all-axis eye port for a panoramic view, the Impact Crew Fueler is the ideal choice for maintaining awareness when the pit box goes hot. The 1/8” heavy-duty polycarbonate shield provides excellent visual acuity while the Nomex covered gasket provides a tight-seal with excellent thermal performance. The Impact Crew Fueler is finished with our “Intelligent Gray Matter” helmet liner and is upholstered with a soft-knit Nomex® interior ensuring superior impact and fire protection.
- Made in the USA
- SNELL SA2020 CERTIFIED
- Shell construction featuring proprietary lightweight composites
- Gray Matter fire-retardant covered liner made of Impact's "intelligent" single piece variable-density core
- Fire-retardant Kevlar® chinstrap with locking dual D-ring design
- .125" Clear Shield comes standard with 3 position detent
- Colors available: Black, Flat Black, Silver, White
- Sizes available: XSmall, Small, Medium, Large, XLarge
Please carefully read, understand and adhere to the following information. Since your helmet is engineered to very exacting standards, correct care is vital to its proper functioning.
SHIELD HARDWARE: to insure proper shield fit and function, it is important to check the tightness of the shield pivot and shield positioning screws before every use. Tighten until screws are firmly seated, careful to not over tighten.
HELMET CHEEK FIT PADS: to change, remove or replace cheek fit pads, turn the helmet upside down and place thumb under cheek pad and ‘pinch’ thumb with fingers on exterior shell. This will prevent separating and helmet upholstery from the shell as you remove the cheek fit pad. With free hand, slowly pull the cheek fit pad away from the hook and loop interior starting at the corner. Replace with new cheek pad.
HELMET INNER LINER: after a race, wet fit pads and liner should be dried in the shade using a fan.
MINI CHAMP & VAPOR HELMET INSERTS: The helmet comes from the factory as a size large without an insert. To place insert into the helmet perform the following: Hold Helmet with base opening facing you. Carefully fold back hat band upholstery toward you around the entire circumference of the helmet. Insert a Quick-Fit insert at the rear of helmet first and continue to push insert in and smooth insert down around the entire crown of the helmet. Fold hat band liner back into position.
HELMET HARDWARE: all fastening hardware and straps should be checked regularly for strength and security. Keeping all components of the helmet clean and well cared for is very important. Even perspiration can compromise the effectiveness of the hardware and straps
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