NecksGen REV2 Carbon Head and Neck Restraint System

SKU: NecksGen REV2 Carbon
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The NecksGen REV2 Carbon is new for 2020, and is currently the lightest head and neck restraint available. The Medium 2" tips the scales at less than 1 pound! The simple, small, easy to use design carries over from the popular REV2 Lite, and has the same level of certification and safety as all NecksGen head and neck restraint systems. The adjustable tether makes setting your slack and range of motion quick and simple. No need to worry about your seat angles or fiddly straps around your chest. Just put your belts on and go. Available in sizes to fit most all drivers from teens and up. Quick release helmet hardware is always included with all NecksGen head and neck restraint systems. 


*Due to high demand, most of the second release batch of REV2 Carbons has almost completely sold out. You can still place your order now, and you will maintain your place in line.*

The Medium size fits drivers who are on the average to smaller size end of the spectrum. The Large size typically fits bigger drivers comfortably. See sizing chart below for details.

The 3" device will work with either 2" or 3" harnesses; whereas the 2" device will ONLY work with 2" wide shoulder harnesses.

Slack Test:

Get buckled in your car as if you are ready to race and look straight ahead to the horizon. Have a helper lightly pull any slack from the tether all to one side. Pinch the tether to form a loop and measure the total length of the excess tether. This number should be 1.0-2.0 inches total (about a 1 inch pinch). This is the ideal amount of slack. If it is not 1-2 inches, contact NecksGen for an appropriate length tether for your situation. If you have a REV, tethers are available in one inch increments. If you have a REV2 Lite, simply unscrew the pin that holds the tether to the device and insert it into the appropriate slot for you. Be careful when inserting the pin that it aligns with the back hole in the slot before tightening the screw, and do not overtighten. Finger tight is adequate.

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