HANS Pro Ultra Lite SFI Device - Model 30
The Model 30 version of the professional level Pro Ultra Lite offers a 30-degree layback for improved fit in open-wheel cockpits and with larger drivers. With a 100% carbon-fiber, hollow core construction, the Hans Pro Ultra Lite Device offers a 100 gram weight savings over the already super-lightweight Hans Ultra. Weighing in at under a pound, the Pro Ultra Lite is constructed from the latest aerospace grade carbon-fiber and is SFI approved. Sharing the same sleek low-profile design as the Ultra Pro Devices, the Ultra Lite allows for easier entry and exit in even the smallest, tightest race cars. The Sliding-style tether is standard for great visibility (with no loss of protection).
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- FIA certified
- 30-degree layback is perfect for open wheel cars.
- Ultra lightweight Carbon Fiber, hollow-core construction
- Easy vehicle entry/exit, even in smaller vehicles
- FIA rating is equivalent to SFI 38.1 rating and accepted by all US and International Road Racing organizations.
- Note: Medium device with padding removed weighs 0.97 lbs.
Most modern Snell SA2015 and later and/or FIA8858/FIA8860/FIA8859 helmets have threaded mounting posts bonded into the helmet shell. This allows for very quick and easy installation without the need for specialty tools or helmet modification. If your helmet does not have these threaded mounting points, please contact us for assistance.
Tools needed for installation:
- 5/32 or 4mm Allen Key (put down your impact gun - either size will fit)
- Hans Anchor Key/Wrench (not included) OR Hans Tether attached to your device
- Taking the complete anchor, thread the anchor onto the terminal on the helmet. Note that threadlocker has been pre-applied to the thread of the anchor. If transferring the anchor to a new helmet, fresh threadlocker is recommended.
- Hand tighten the screw until snug, making sure that the point on the anchor faces rearward. If installing Quick-Click style anchors, the opening hasp should point rearward. (Click for Sample Image)
- Tighten the screw a ¼ turn past snug. You may need to hold the anchor still while tightening to insure the point on the anchor continues to face rearward. This can be accomplished with the flat edge of a connected tether or using the specialty Hans Anchor Key (or similar flat spanner wrench). Note: Not a lot of force is needed to tighten this screw - if you are having problems keeping the point on the anchor in place, you're probably over tightening! Overtightening can easily break the bonded anchor terminal and/or otherwise damage your helmet!
- Test your installation by connecting the Hans tether to the anchor and make sure it slides on/off with little resistance. If the anchor is installed too tightly, this will feel tight.
- That's it!