| Cool, with those colors now you're a real ricer! |
used How does that make me a ricer? I race on the track, I don't install seat belt harnesses to look cool. I get pissed when people say this and that about things being rice. Rice means any mod that is non functional. Everything on my car was installed for a functional reason, so there's really nothing "rice" about it. This belt system improves your cornering speeds believe it or not. You aren't limited by the side to side roll you feel when you corner hard and are forced to hold on to the wheel for support. When that happens, you lose some control of the car. Instead you can corner as hard as you want and the belt holds you in place. I can already corner much faster, best money I've ever spent. I admit the blue seats are a bit tacky, but I had no choice. Seats are expensive and buying used is the way to go. I have the exact same seat/belt/colour setup as my friend's Alfa GTV race car, so I guess that makes him rice too?
If you were joking, sorry to be so tight about it. If you spent as much time and money as I did, you wouldn't want someone making comments like that either. I've done a lot of research before I install anything on my car. I'm not ignorant when it comes to modifications like a lot of people are.
| Did you have to install a new SRS system, or did the old ones work? |
nope, SRS is completley disabled. With a race harness airbags are useless anyhow.
| how did you anchor the seat belt harnesses? |
sides mounted to my seat bracket, rear shoulder straps I modified the belt clips with a stock E36 clips and popped them into the rear seat belt holsters. I can remove them when I want with ease.
| Auto, where'd you get the M42 badge? I'm looking for an M50 badge for my car... |
Made it myself, "M" from M3 badge, "4" from 740 badge, "2" from 325 badge.