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SF2 Standard Scoop

Find yourself racing in open cockpit cars and wanting a little bit more cooling? The SF2 standard scoop is designed to funnel passing air by directing it through the top 6 front ventilation holes. Not only does this force fresh air through the top openings, but it also pushes hot stale air out of the six holes located on the rear of a SCHUBERTH shell. For use in all types of vehicles. Drivers with open cockpit cars will experience the best results......

SF2 NASCAR Flat Scoop

In closed cockpit cars, using aerodynamic accessories to add ventilation to your SCHUBERTH just won’t cut it. Unlike the aero scoops that utilize passing air, NASCAR scoops funnel air directly from a blower or cool shirt system. A NASCAR scoop is a low profile attachemnt that allows forced air to travel through the six top mounted ventilation holes, directing air over the drivers head and face......

SF2 NASCAR Scoop

In closed cockpit cars, using aerodynamic accessories to add ventilation to your SCHUBERTH just won’t cut it. Unlike the aero scoops that utilize passing air, NASCAR scoops funnel air directly from a blower or cool shirt system. A NASCAR scoop is a low profile attachemnt that allows forced air to travel through the six top mounted ventilation holes, directing air over the drivers head and face......

SF2 Small Scoops

Made with formula cars in mind, small air scoops are the ultimate aerodynamic friendly way to funnel fresh air into your SCHUBERTH helmet. Unlike other air scoops that consume a larger surface area, small scoops are sized just bigger than the air vents themselves. Rather than cover multiple vents, these small scoops cover each hole individually, allowing drivers to choose home many they’d like to use......

SF2 Small Top Spoiler

A favorite of customers running open cockpit cars, rear spoilers help add some stability to SCHUBERTH helmet. In high wind environments such as a formula car, drivers experience significantly more resistance on their helmets from wind. In these environments, every bit of aerodynamic advantage can make the world of difference. Commonly used in conjunction with a chin spoiler, rear spoilers help smooth the wind transition at the rear of the helmet, lessening helmet lift......