To keep supercharger parts intact in case there's an explosion, Stroud Safety builds supercharger restraints that fit almost all applications. Restraints are either SFI 14.1 or 14.2 approved.
The 14.1 unit is for the bracket racer who needs minimal restraint for his/her class. It comes complete with header mounts and adjustable straps and fits either 6-71 or 8-71 superchargers.
The 14.2 unit fits 6-71, 8-71, 10-71, 12-71, and 14-71 blowers. The kit consists of the top plate, blower bag, and all fittings to attach to the motor. The blower strap anchors are the new Stroud type (i.e. locking pins are sewn to the blower strap to prevent losing the pins).Stroud recertifies all their own restraint systems.
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