What are the advantages of the NecksGen REV unit?
Side Impact Protection – due to the placement and angle of the lower tether mount, the NecksGen REV unit offers unsurpassed angular impact protection.
Clearance – the REV has a low profile design which creates minimal interference with the seat and helmet in the driving position.
Single Tether – the single self-aligning helmet tether creates full range of head motion while driving and offers maximum side impact protection.
Seat Belts – the NecksGen REV Large and Medium units accomodate up to 3″ seat belts. Small unit accomodates 2″ seat belts only.
Affordable – $499 (REV med/lg)and comes complete with Quick Release Helmet Hardare. No extras needed.
Please see features page for more info
Does NecksGen make different sizes?
Measure the diameter of your neck just above your shirt collar:
Large unit is 7″ wide at the neck area, Medium is 6″ wide at the neck area and Small is 5″ wide at the neck area.
Large unit is 1″ wider than the medium unit but still accepts 2″ or 3″ seat belts. Small unit is 1″ narrower than the medium unit but can accommodate 2″ seat belts only.
Where is the NecksGen REV made?
What is the NecksGen REV made from?
How heavy is the NecksGen REV?
Do I need special tools to install the helmet hardware?
What is you return policy?
How can I get decals for my car?
Do you sell cases for the NecksGen REV?
Do you offer sponsorship?
Will I be able to move my head from side to side?
Will NecksGen place pressure on my clavicle (collar bone)?
Will I need to buy shoulder pads?
Will the NecksGen REV restrict my body movement while driving?
Do you do a 5 year recertification?
What should I do if I have an accident?
Is the NecksGen water proof?
Can I paint my NeckGen?
Can I take my NecksGen apart?
What is SFI testing?
Is the NecksGen REV an approved device for my sanctioning body?
How does the NecksGen REV stand up to other restraints in the market in testing?
Does the NecksGen REV offer any side protection?
Is the NecksGen REV flame resistant?
Does the NecksGen REV come with a Quick Release helmet hardware?
Is the Quick Release hardware easy to use?
Do I need to buy additional helmet hardware or other accessories?
Will I need to drill my helmet?
What do I do if my helmet has been drilled?
What if my helmet has never been drilled?
Do I need to adjust my tethers? (REV, Original)
If you feel that you are unsafe or uncomfortable with the length of your tethers, you can purchase a shorter or longer tether from NecksGen to accommodate your needs. Before purchasing please do a tether slack test* to measure how much slack you have in the tether while seated and belted in your racecar. Your tether should be between 1″ and 3″ of total slack. 2″ is the ideal amount of slack, and the device begins to lose effectiveness at 4″ of slack. Do not purchase a tether that will allow more than 3″ of slack.
*The tether slack test is done by buckling into your car, looking straight ahead at the horizon, and pulling the loose/slack tether all to one side. The amount of tether that is excess is the slack. See more here.
Can I use 2” seatbelts with my NG?
Can I use 3” belts with my NG?
Can I use Padded belts with my NG?
What should the gap between my upper belts behind the seat be?
What angle should the seat belts be from the mounting point to my shoulders?
Why is the NecksGen REV not adjustable?
Can my seatbelts come off my shoulders while driving or during and accident?
Can the unit rotate while driving or during an accident?
Does NecksGen work with my seat?
Why does the REV have a marble like look and texture to it?
The NecksGen REV unit is made from a carbon filled nylon composite. The material you see is carbon flowing throughout the structure adding an immense amount of strength.
Download Manual and Installation Guide Here (REV2 Lite)