3545 S. Richey Blvd Tucson, AZ 85713 Phone: 520-290-3654 UPR Pro Shop
4453 S Rural Rd (1/2 block south of I-60)
Tempe, AZ 85282
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The Circuit II is an wider version of the Circuit which is an ultra-light competition seat. Made from aramadic fibers-reinforced fiberglass, the Circuit II has an ultra-light shell that is wrapped in an impact-absorbing and fire retardant fabric. The Circuit II includes integrated energy absorbing bolsters to protect the head and body. This seat can be used with a Hans device for even greater protection.
Racing seats are shipped free from the UPR Arizona warehouse only. Free shipping does not apply to orders that are drop shipped from the manufacturer.
How much fun is it to win the big race but you can barely climb the podium because your seat pummeled you every inch of the race. If you had the UPR Racing Seat Pad under you, you'd really be celebrating!
What's so special about the UPR Racing Seat Pad? For starters, it's been in the winners circle of every major off road racing event for the past decade. The UPR Racing Seat Pad is just as important as any other piece of performance or safety equipment on your race vehicle. Especially recommended for off road racing vehicles, but also works well in road race and street cars. The full bottom pad will fit most shell style racing seats as a replacement for the standard foam bottom. Constructed of approved fire resistant, multi-density foam material that is soft to the touch but increases in firmness as it's compressed. The UPR Racing Seat Pad can be used in most composite and aluminum shell style racing seats.
From the safety standpoint, it adds another layer of impact absorbtion for you. You probably have experienced first hand those bone jarring bumps that made you wish you has a little more suspension. The UPR Seat cushion could very well be that little more suspension.
The countoured design of the UPR Racing Seat Pad also supports your body in a more ergonomic position. This helps to lessen fatique and increase comfort, which is very important on long races.