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« Reply #45 on: February 02, 2011, 06:14:14 PM »

Take a look at the Safety Solutions Hybrid Pro.  I'm dealing with Harold Nicks at Parker Pumper in Mira Loma.  Went there yesterday and the one he ordered for me didn't fit (with a -20 suit on).  He'll have another one next week.  Didn't cost me shipping, or deposit, or anything.  He's sold 100's of them to off-roaders and stock car drivers.  He says the "Pro Rage" is the best for me.  And it's the cheapest.

I decided to buy direct from someone who would fit me and let me try it out, rather than mail order it.  The product itself is on www.SafetySolutionsRacing.com.  And Harold is at racingplus.com or 951-360-0436. 

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« Reply #46 on: February 02, 2011, 07:33:49 PM »

I am sure that there are several units in trials with SFI, but, the Defender unit is not SFI certified.
I found this out about 2 years ago while checking safety gear.

Best look is at the SFI site and the listings of approved units.

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« Reply #47 on: February 02, 2011, 08:08:15 PM »

Take a look at the Safety Solutions Hybrid Pro.  I'm dealing with Harold Nicks at Parker Pumper in Mira Loma.  Went there yesterday and the one he ordered for me didn't fit (with a -20 suit on).  He'll have another one next week.  Didn't cost me shipping, or deposit, or anything.  He's sold 100's of them to off-roaders and stock car drivers.  He says the "Pro Rage" is the best for me.  And it's the cheapest.

I decided to buy direct from someone who would fit me and let me try it out, rather than mail order it.  The product itself is on www.SafetySolutionsRacing.com.  And Harold is at racingplus.com or 951-360-0436. 

Stan

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Stan. great choice...I have a Hybrid Pro, I drove to there factory,,less than an hour from me and had one custome fit...

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« Reply #48 on: February 02, 2011, 09:03:15 PM »

I am sure that there are several units in trials with SFI, but, the Defender unit is not SFI certified.
I found this out about 2 years ago while checking safety gear.

Best look is at the SFI site and the listings of approved units.

John

The link to the Defender I posted shows it IS SFI certified. The PDF Jon has shows an entirely new system from DJ
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« Reply #49 on: February 04, 2011, 09:19:57 AM »

In another post on another thread, I mentioned a device made by ISAAC.... it is NOT SFI approved but it outperforms a HANS device according to their windburn.... the real reason it does not meet SFI specs is that it fastens to the shoulder belts and requires pins to be pulled in order to exit the vehicle. It seems to NOT be seat angle specific..... I posed some questions to Kiwi Steve and Lee Kennedy as to the legality of running it.... no answer yet but check it out on their website...the link is pasted in below..... they have a video of a crash test side by side of a HANS device.... what surprised me is that the shoulder belts slipped off of the HANS device in the test. So, is that a problem that nobody is talking about in regards to the HANS device?

http://www.isaacdirect.com/

Have you heard back from Steve or Lee about this?
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« Reply #50 on: February 05, 2011, 10:31:23 PM »

In another post on another thread, I mentioned a device made by ISAAC.... it is NOT SFI approved but it outperforms a HANS device according to their windburn.... the real reason it does not meet SFI specs is that it fastens to the shoulder belts and requires pins to be pulled in order to exit the vehicle. It seems to NOT be seat angle specific..... I posed some questions to Kiwi Steve and Lee Kennedy as to the legality of running it.... no answer yet but check it out on their website...the link is pasted in below..... they have a video of a crash test side by side of a HANS device.... what surprised me is that the shoulder belts slipped off of the HANS device in the test. So, is that a problem that nobody is talking about in regards to the HANS device?

http://www.isaacdirect.com/

Have you heard back from Steve or Lee about this?

I have not heard back anything about this device.... I have been sent the windburn on DJ Safety's newly SFI certified device and the other members of our group seem to think DJs system may be the way to go.... DJs system is good for 20 to 40 degrees of seat angle which means that, for us, we can cover all three cars in our group with one system.


I really was hoping to get some info back from Lee on the ISAAC device though. Why don't you hit him up as well?
Lee Kennedy's email address is:           Lee.Kennedy@AVMetrics.net
And Steve Davies' Email address is:      flyingkiwi97@aol.com
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