HMS Motorsport Announces New Schroth Quickfit Pro Safety Harness

HMS Motorsport Announces New Schroth Quickfit Pro Safety Harness

The QuickFit Pro is easy to install and is the only four-point belt configuration that uses all factory mounting points without requiring modifications to a vehicle. Tested to work in specific applications, the QuickFit Pro attaches to factory seat belt mounting locations using either the existing female receptacles or a proprietary tail strap.

HMS Motorsport, the leader in automotive safety and performance products, and the exclusive importer for Schroth racing products in the United States, recently introduced the latest in safety harness technology, the Schroth QuickFit Pro. The ultimate in safety harnesses, the QuickFit Pro is easy to install and is the only four-point belt configuration that uses all factory mounting points without requiring modifications to a vehicle. Tested to work in specific applications, the QuickFit Pro attaches to factory seat belt mounting locations using either the existing female receptacles or a proprietary tail strap. Its unique design allows drivers to continue to use their vehicles’ stock seatbelts when desired, and the QuickFit Pro in situations when maximum performance and safety are required.

The QuickFit Pro is routed through the dual headrest posts found on most seats and employs a center cam lock that places the belts close together for greater stability and positioning. This lock design also allows the QuickFit Pro to work properly with the HANS device for ultimate security and safety, significantly reducing neck injuries in frontal and up to 45-degree impacts.

“The QuickFit Pro is not a ‘one-size fits all’ harness,” said Joe Marko, president, HMS Motorsport. “Each model is designed to work with a specific vehicle ensuring safety and stability, as well as maximizing comfort. It is the ultimate solution for street legal cars that also run on the track.”

The Schroth QuickFit Pro is designed to integrate seamlessly into the safety systems already present in modern vehicles. Its design and use with a HANS device offers a unique safety solution for amateur drivers who use their car for both street and track driving. In addition to its safety advantages, the Quickfit Pro keeps drivers securely strapped into their seat allowing them to concentrate on driving. Less bracing results in less driving fatigue and the potential of shaving two to three seconds off a lap time. The new QuickFit Pro’s single-point cam design provides an additional 2-inches of belt adjustment over previous versions.

Price & Availability:
Available in black, blue, red and silver, the Schroth QuickFit Pro is designed for most Audi, BMW, MINI Cooper, Subaru WRX and Volkswagen models. The QuickFit Pro can be purchased directly from HMS Motorsport or any Schroth dealer nationwide, and is priced at $299.99. For more information on the Schroth QuickFit Pro or to learn more about HMS Motorsport and its entire line of Schroth safety products and other product lines, call (888) 467-3269 or visit www.hmsmotorsport.com. For details on the complete Schroth product line, visit www.schrothracing.com.

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