Thanks for your input (it is appriecated as I know you are in strong standing )
Every problem has its own set of unique circumstances as does every crash........
The first time myself and most other Australians heard of the head and neck restaint systems was on the six 0clock news when Dale Ernhart crashed
and with that report was the information that if Dale was wearing the new head and neck restraint system he would have survived the accident,............what was missing from that information was the fact that the seat belts failed..
Oppertunity knocked :for the makers of the restraint systesms .................................the world believed....................
and yes I do believe the restraint does have its place ......... but not in every application.
Fully reclined Streamliners and some other LSR classes are unique in the fact that they are roof exit with low set roll cages :
The rear of my helmet is resting on the rear pad with the front of the helmet virtually resting on my chest,head movement is allmost zero.
The front hoop is the problem :
Have read on other threads that the fix is to weld a guide plate to the cage to stop the restraint system from hooking up.....
of little use in this case:
Being able to exit the streamliner efficiently is of high importance to me... as I feel my neck is pretty well allready taken care of.
Once again "thank you" for your input John
If it comes to the crunch I will eat "LIVER" and put my "STINKIN " restaint system on.
IT IS ALL A RACE AGAINST TIME.
TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE.
HOW FAST CAN YOU GO ?