The Schroth PROFI II ASM FE is essentially the same as the Profi II ASM, except it features a Push-Button Cam lock for applications where street driving is anticipated. The orange push button that says “Press” is necessary to retain street legality and so an EMT that shows up at an accident scene will know how to release your restraint. The FE version also features sewn in Bolt-In Tabs for the lap belt attachment points, for use in applications where space is limited. Because of the sewn in end fittings, the Flex Belt lap is not available in this harness. It is designed to be used as a four point system. For this reason it is perfect for use in Driver Education cars or any other application where stock seats are retained. A seat that was not originally desiged for use with a racing restraint should never be modified to accept an sub strap.
The Schroth PROFI II ASM FE incorporates Schroth’s legendary ASM (Anti-SubMarining) technology that is the only thing like it on the market. ASM is an extra fold of material sewn into the inboard shoulder belt that elongates at a different rate than the outboard belt. This allows your upper torso to twist slightly. On the rebound phase, your torso is planted firmly back in the seat rather than allowed to slide under the lap belt.
You can add a single or dual sub strap to make this belt into a 5 point or 6 point at any time. We have recently tested this harness with a HANS device, and the results were great. You can use 4 point ASM Harnesses with a HANS device.
The lap belts provided with this harness are only available in the Bolt-In style as they are most commonly needed in setups requiring street legality. If you need different setups, please call or email us. These are available in both Pull-up and Pull-down.
The Shoulders come ready to be wrapped around a roll-bar. Snap or Bolt attachments can be purchased separately.
Please note, Cam locks can be swapped, so if you are interested in this harness with a standard RFR cam lock, it can be purchased separately.
|None (Available Separately)