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Simpson Helmets 890-01-30

Simpson Helmets Eject Helmet Removal System

850-890-01-30

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Simpson Helmets Eject Helmet Removal System $49.99
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Eject Helmet Removal System

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Manufacturer's Part Number:
890-01-30

Simpson Eject Helmet Removal System is a small air bladder that fits easily into any helmet, without changing its fit or feel. In the event of a crash, First Responders can help reduce the risk of secondary neck or spine injuries by inflating the Eject System, which gently lifts the helmet off a racer's head after the upper spine has been immobilized. Mandatory for NHRA Pro Classes as well as Top Alcohol Dragster and Top Alcohol Funny Car. Make it mandatory for your safety program.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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