Speedway Tru-Air Mini Pumper Racing Helmet Pump Blower Breather
- This Tru Air Mini Pumper helmet blower is the perfect addition to your fresh air equipped helmet system
- Self-contained fresh air system uses a washable filter to supply clean air to the driver
- Operates on any 12 volt power source making it simple to wire into your car's electrical system
- Electrical wiring has a quick disconnect making it simple to unplug so the blower can remain on the helmet
- A toggle switch is not included but is available separately
The Speedway Tru Air Mini Pumper Helmet Blower Breather is the perfect addition to your fresh air equipped helmet system. A small, washable filter element provides a dust and dirt free clean air system and is easily cleaned for unlimited uses. Operates on a standard 12v power source for a simple and clean install in your race vehicle.
- Washable air filter
- Operates on 12 volt power source
- Toggle switch not included
Does not include toggle switch. Use with switch 913-64380.
910-74803 Instructions (PDF)
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