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Old 14 Jun 2007, 09:47 (Ref:1936716)   #1
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Carbon-X - fireproof kit

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Looking at buying some fireproof underwear wear and wondering if anyone has looked at Carbon-X kit? this stuff looks very good! and withstand some serious high temps, not cheap but cheap if it stops fire..

http://search.store.yahoo.com/cgi-bi...2Fnsearch.html

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Old 14 Jun 2007, 10:01 (Ref:1936728)   #2
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It is very, very good. Also much cooler to wear. Try nimbusmotorsport for a good UK stockist.
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I have a Carbon-X top Cool Suit.
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i use it. got mine from www.ready2race.co.uk
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I supply Nimbus and AWS CarbonX. They are both very good, although I think the Nimbus stuff is the better of the two.
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Hi All

Looking at buying some fireproof underwear wear and wondering if anyone has looked at Carbon-X kit? this stuff looks very good! and withstand some serious high temps, not cheap but cheap if it stops fire..

Thanks

Andy
Hi,

I'd give it my seal of approval for what that's worth.

I picked mine up from Simpson World in LA so it was actually very cheap, but not sure on prices over here.

One thing I would say though, is that the balaclava had a narrow opening - much like Simpson helmets. Not my bag so I do still use my Sparco.

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