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    Seems like it is time to install some seatbelts. Is there a general consensus on standard vs. 4 point harness? Which points of the chassis are people attaching to?

  • #2
    I went with 5 point harness. Didn't see a way to adapt standard 3 point with the barrel winder.
    2 point's are attached to main frame tubes via eyebolts, 1 center front point to cross metal profile where seats are attached. 2 shoulder points goes to inside the engine compartment main frame horizontal tube (around it) through the FG shell.

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    • #3
      Have any pics?

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      • #4
        Nope. haven't driven it, so didn't have a need for them before. Only some fiting tryouts, didn't make any photos at that stage. Seatbelts would be done at the end of final assembly.

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        • #5
          The most common is 4 point harness. I recommend the wider (3") version.

          Use the cross member under the seat and main tube of the engine area as Vivo wrote.
          http://www.b-racing.cz/en/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Vivo View Post
            I went with 5 point harness. Didn't see a way to adapt standard 3 point with the barrel winder.
            2 point's are attached to main frame tubes via eyebolts, 1 center front point to cross metal profile where seats are attached. 2 shoulder points goes to inside the engine compartment main frame horizontal tube (around it) through the FG shell.
            Vivo, for your 5 point harness, for your submarine strap, will you have to cut up your seat? Or plan to have this in front of your seat?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Electric SuperCar View Post

              Vivo, for your 5 point harness, for your submarine strap, will you have to cut up your seat? Or plan to have this in front of your seat?
              It will go in front, no cutting. Just needed front strap not to slide out in case of crash/rollover.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Vivo View Post

                It will go in front, no cutting. Just needed front strap not to slide out in case of crash/rollover.
                Thanks Friend!

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