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Zamp NT004003 Z-Tech Series 4A Head & Neck Restraint, SFI 38.1
Zamp NT004003 Z-Tech Series 4A Head & Neck Restraint, SFI 38.1

Zamp NT004003 Z-Tech Series 4A Head & Neck Restraint, SFI 38.1

Complete Restraint System Restraint Component, Universal Restraint System Size, Universal Angle

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Zamp NT004003 Z-Tech Series 4A Head & Neck Restraint, SFI 38.1
Zamp NT004003 Z-Tech Series 4A Head & Neck Restraint, SFI 38.1
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Restraint Component:
Complete Restraint System
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2.04 lbs.
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The Zamp Z-Tech Series 4A head restraint is brand new and has features never seen before in the head and neck restraint market. This head and neck restraint features advanced axis adjustment that allows you to adjust shoulder width, arm angle and arm width. Fits different body shapes and sizes and adjusts to different race seats!

Additional Features:

  • Super Lightweight at approximately 925 grams.  
  • Extremely Comfortable feels like you have nothing on  
  • Dual Compound Frame Specialized Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon is used for the shoulder frame offering leading structural characteristics. 
  • Arms made with a Modified Alloy material give the device a dampening characteristic in a crash
  • The two materials work together offering excellent performance   
  • Stainless Steel Hardware screws and binary post built with high quality and strength to provide long lasting strength   
  • Kevlar Webbing Tether connects helmet to restraint and offers good side to side motion during use   
  • Spring Clip Quick Connect allows easy connect/removal from helmet with one hand
  • Red thumb tabs provide easy grip   
  • Belt Channel with Wings accepts 2” or 3” belts   
  • Replaceable Padding is easy to clean and/or replace for continued comfort
  • Helmet Hardware needed is included to connect to helmet  
  • SFI 38.1 Certified
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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