Air Boss Drag Chute with Launcher
Stopping You Since '59!
Simpson Drag Chutes hang on some of fastest and quickest cars on the planet and they depend on Simpson chutes to get them to a halt, safe and sound. Over the years, Simpson has taken their experience and expertise in the art of parachute manufacturing and developed a couple variations of their crossform design chutes. The different sizes available are intended for a class of cars traveling at certain speeds. Simpson's Air Boss handmade 8-foot and 10-foot canopy drag parachutes deliver enough stopping power for most drag cars that reach up to 200 mph.
The Air Boss features a pneumatic launcher that ejects the canopy from the chute pack which allows the chute to blossom in a shorter distance than traditional spring loaded pilot chute designs. Complete chutes come with a black pack, black pilot chute and choice of Black, Blue, Red or Yellow w/JEGS logo Chute Canopy. Release cable and accessories available separately.
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I recently purchased #42031 parachute from kegs. I didn’t get any instructions on how to install.do l need a air tank-release cable-mounting bracket etc. please help.
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