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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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racing attire.

Taking a poll from you guys who wear racing suits.
Which is more comfortable, two or one piece?
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Re: racing attire.

One piece. It don't let the fire in!
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Re: racing attire.

Check your rules. Most off road racing require a one piece. I have a racequip 2 layer one piece. I like it.

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One piece for me! I'm with XRMikey No open holes wrist to ankles! Fire rated gloves too!

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Re: racing attire.

Here are the SFI ratings for burn protection. My suit is an SFI 3.2/5 . The 2 layer might be hot on a hot day but I prefer 10 seconds over 3 to get out of the car. Just something to think about when buying a suit.

http://www.sfifoundation.com/driversuit.html

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Re: racing attire.

One piece is almost always required. A lot of race series are now starting to require double layer as well. So........you might as well go one piece, double layer from the start and save yourself having to buy one twice (like I'm about to have to do).
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Re: racing attire.

Thanks guys, I appreciate the info. Makes sense.
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