RaceAir Hose (574) by PCI Race Radios®. Heavy Duty Flexible Hose Connect your RaceAir ready PCI helmet direct to the fresh air source. This top-grade product is expertly made in compliance with stringent industry standards to offer a fusion of a well-balanced design and high level of craftsmanship. Manufactured from industry-leading materials using up-to-date equipment, it ensures everlasting reliability and enduring value. This product is distinguished by total quality assurance, unsurpassed by anybody else.
- Leave yourself a little slack so you have plenty of room to turn your head
- If ordering a dual, order 2' longer than the first hose. (3' and 5' or 4' and 6')
- If you're mounting the RaceAir directly behind your seat, 3' is normally a good length
- If you're mounting the RaceAir in between seats, 4' and 5' are good lengths
- If you're trying to determine lengths for a 4 seater and mounting the RaceAir in the back of the vehicle, 8' and 10' are common lengths
- The hoses can be shortened. The glue is a little tough to untwist, but it can be done. PCI recommend shortening on the motor side, not the helmet side
- Perfect blend of leading innovations and superior workmanship
- Manufactured to offer high value and everlasting reliability
- Strict quality control ensures conformance to safety standards
Ask any Racer or Racing Enthusiast what PCI means and they will tell you, it means Quality, Service and Support. You won't find a higher quality part, PCI has been the innovator in racing communications for over 45 years. As racers ourselves, PCI Race Radios® understand there is no compromise in race components. PCI began in 1972 when Bob Steinberger put communications in the vehicles of Bill Stroppe, Joe MacPherson and Walker Evans. At the 1974 Mint 400, he sent up three weather balloons with five hundred feet of coax attached and the first successful radio relay from a pit was made. It is believed that it was Joe MacPherson, who couldn't remember his name, dubbed him "Weatherman" on the radio. The rest is history and Bob's iconic status has been reached through nearly half a century of work with the communications company he founded, PCI Race Radios. Bob passed away in 2017, handing over the torch to his son Scott Steinberger who is still known as the Weatherman today providing radio relay to SCORE racers in Baja.