Necksgen REV Head & Neck Restraint Systems
Oval Track Cars, Complete Restraint System Restraint Component, Fixed Tether Type, Carbon Fiber
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The NecksGen is a revolutionary head and neck restraint designed specifically with adjustabililty, angular impact protection, comfort, and affordability in mind. Manufactured from a lightweight carbon fiber DuPont composite material, the Impact NecksGen weighs a mere 1.8 pounds and features unique body forming shoulder pads minimizing the pressure points on the collarbones. Designed with a single adjustable lateral helmet tether, the Impact NecksGen unit provides an alternate load path for superior side on impact protection.
- SFI 38.1
- Comes with one helmet post kit
- Patent pending tension neutralizing tether provides superior lateral and frontal support
- Weighs just over 1 lb.
- Allows for quick entry and exit of the car
- Ergonomic design offers little to no interference with seat or helmet
- Carbon fiber composite construction
- Works in any race car and every seat angle
- Available in Small, Medium 2 Inch, Medium 3 Inch, or Large
NecksGen REV Features (PDF)
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