Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock Radiator Cap Should Be Mandatory Equipment On Every Race Car


Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock Radiator Cap Should Be Mandatory Equipment On Every Race Car

In racing we always talk about the big stuff. We talk about big tires, big horsepower, big numbers, and big performances but the reality is that the little things are what not only win you races but keep you safe. Take the Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock radiator cap. This device is a real world solution to a real world problem. I can give you at least a dozen examples of wrecks I have seen on the track due to people’s radiator caps failing, coming off, or otherwise letting them down. With the unique and awesome Safety Lock design, these problems are quite literally eliminated.

Made from billet aluminum and available in multiple pressures, the cap utilizes a roller pin design to contact and secure itself to the filler neck and then there’s the locking shell which is quite literally the lynch pin of the system. Once the shell is installed and the safety pin is inserted, that thing cannot come off.

There’s nothing worse than wrecking your stuff because of something like a radiator cap. Actually there is. There’s wrecking the track for your fellow competitors and potentially wrecking someone else’s car if they get caught up in your mess. This is a great solution to a problem that exists in the world and can be solved. We think every race car in the country needs one!

Press play below to see a great video on the Meziere locking safety radiator cap –


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3 thoughts on “Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock Radiator Cap Should Be Mandatory Equipment On Every Race Car

  1. Skeptical

    This sounds more like a solution in search of a problem. Radiator caps keep flying off? Learn to put the thing on right or fix the filler neck on the radiator…..

    1. sbg

      I couldn’t agree more. I can also see a huge downside, if that cap is installed incorrectly – say there is not adequate clearance to allow the spring to lift and reduce pressure – the lock will keep the cap in place and potentially cause catastrophic failure…. yeah, the cap coming off is an issue, but bolting it down is not the solution.

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