Ypsilon (pronounced ip.si.lon) like everything else at SILCA has been designed by a team of engineers and mechanics who obsess over every fine detail. The main difference in the Ypsilon design, unlike tradition Y-wrenches, is the 3rd arm on the wrench. Ypsilon is customizable and adaptable to the mechanic’s preferences. SILCA was able to do this by using a ¼” bit collet with magnetic attachment in place of the 6mm hex wrench which detaches. This departure from the traditional Y-wrench design was inspired by the versatility of the T-Ratchet + Ti Torque kit, and means that Ypsilon can easily transform into any tool you need simply by swapping out the bit.
Another key benefit of Ypsilon is the tight tolerances of the keys and bits. Tighter tolerances mean a better tool fit which drastically decreases the likelihood of rounding out fastener heads. These tight tolerances, combined with the CrV steel spine of the tool make Ypsilon incredibly durable. A lightweight composite body with ergonomic grips provide good comfort and control with the contact points of your hand.
• High strength CrV steel spine leading to 4mm and 5mm hex
• Lightweight composite body with ergonomic grips
• ¼” bit collet with magnetic attachment