Competition Eliminator Chutes
With over 25 years in the business, Stroud Safety has established itself as the premier name in automotive parachute technology. Stroud Chutes are well-known for always opening softly and predictably. These chutes have been designed so one person alone can pack them quickly and easily in about 5 minutes. Stroud Chutes don't pull the car off the ground; they pull low and straight back, opening softer and more reliably than conventional chutes. Ultimately this technology stops your car in less distance than any competitor chute.
Selecting the correct chute size for a race car is critical to how the chute performs.
To determine the proper size, use the following formula:
|Car Weight (pounds)||X (Multiplied by)||Quarter-Mile mph|
(Divided by) 1,000
|= Chute Class (Suggested Chute Size)|
|2,200 lbs||X||140 mph||= 308,000|
|= 308 Chute Class (Super Gas Chute: 330 or less)|
Release Cables are available separately. Click here to find out more!
These Easy Kits are designed by the experts at JEGS to ensure quick and easy installation. Includes parachute and release cable.
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