10-02-2006, 05:14 PM
Member Sales Rating: (36)
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Boston, MA
2004 RASpec Impreza
Dent Sport/visual assault
FS: (2) Schroth Rallye ASM 4pt Harnesses
I'm selling my pair of Schroth Rallye ASM 4 point Harnesses.
Look exactly like this, only in red:
These are them in my sweet ride
- Color: red.
- Quickfit: No.
- Easy to install: Yes
- In original boxes: Yes
- Comes with all original hardware: Yes
- Condition: Great
- Bought: Fall 2004
- Why: I needed a 6pt harness for SCCA Club racing
- Retails new: $312
- Price: $225
Until: October 27th
Originally Posted by HMS Motorsport Website
The Schroth Rallye 4 is the de facto standard for anyone looking for a simple, clean, DOT-approved and Safe 4 point harness. The technology built into the harness puts it in a category above the belts made by other manufacturers. The years of testing and motorsport experience only give credit to what the engineers have been saying all along.
There are two main reasons why the Schroth Belts are the only safe 4 point harnesses: ASM technology and the ability to install the belts to stock harness mounting locations.
ASM stands for Anti-SubMarining. It's an extra flap of material sewn into the inboard shoulder belt that prevents you from sliding underneath the lap belt. In a 4 point harness made by some other company, the two shoulder straps restrain your upper body equally. They keep your chest from moving forward. However, this also pulls up on the lap belt and allows your accellerating pelvis to slide under the lap belt and cause serious damage to your stomach and intestines. With ASM, one of the shoulder belts will elongate at a different rate which will force your pelvis down into the seat cushion. Upon rebound, you will be placed back in an upright position with the belt correctly placed over your body.
The advantages of being able to mount an aftermarket 4 point harness to stock mounting locations are many. First and foremost is the knowledge that these points have been load tested. This means that the manufacturer of your vehicle engineered the points to be able to withstand some truly amazing forces for a specified length of time. In plain English this means that the bolts won't pull out of the sheet metal.
It also means (in the case of a Schroth Harness) that you can retain the use of your stock 3-point harness, allowing you the use of the backseat of your car. If you have the need to transport passengers (or cargo) in your backseat, it is possible to disconnect the tailstrap (a feature only Schroth has) and use your normal 3 point harness.
These belts are perfect for Driver's Schools, Autocrosses and canyon runs with your local car club. They offer a comfortable and stylish harness that will hold you in your seat during spirited driving, as well as a restraint that will perform ahead of the competition in an impact. This belt will work perfectly for someone driving a vehicle that is on the vehicle reference list, as it is critical to test the seat back strength in order to make sure the seat can withstand the forces exerted upon it.
It gets posted on the National NASIOC Classified board
Last edited by eclip5e; 10-23-2006 at 12:22 PM.
Reason: Price 250 -> 225