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Old 04-02-2012, 12:56 PM   #1
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FS: Pyrotect Helmet SA2005

Bought this helmet back in September for a HPDE weekend where it was only used 2 days. I'm probably out of the track season this year so I this will just be collecting dust.

Pyrotect Helmet - Full PYRO-FF
Rating: SA 2005
Size: Medium
Color: White
HANS: Not Drilled


Retail: $265
Asking: $175 shipped

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This new helmet from Pyrotect is one of the best bang-for-the-buck helmets available. It is designed by Bell Helmets and is very similar in design to helmets like the Bell M2. Unlike some auto racing helmets, it is NOT a re-worked motorcycle helmet.

Standard Features:
Patented air-flow liner that is fully removeable/washable!
Thin or thick cheek pads can be ordered separately for custom fit
Fiberglass construction
Large eyeport w/ .125 flat polycarbonate shield w/multi-step ratcheting pivots
Uses standard BELL tearoffs
Available in white or black
Snell SA2005 rating (M2005 version also available)
Padded and fleece lined Helmet Bag

HANS Option: This helmet is available in 3 different configurations for use with a HANS device. Choose the appropriate option from the dropdown below based on your needs...
Not Drilled: You don't intend to use a HANS device.

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Old 04-02-2012, 05:55 PM   #2
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I would just keep it man. Your sig pic looks like you'll do another trackday.
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Old 04-04-2012, 05:13 PM   #3
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That was actually my first and only track day haha
I can always borrow a buddies helmet...

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Could this be used for 1/4 mile? I'm guessing yes... what's your bottom dollar?

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