Hey JC,N4C5S said::lol: :lol:
The smilies are for Frank
Thanks Ron, you have any details? Like will they attach to the BK, are they bolt in, or does it require cutting or anything?
Check your mail, JC! You've got some close up pics of the belt connections waiting for you, both to the bar and to the lap belt mounts.N4C5S said:Kirk, thanks for your insight, but forgive my ignorance on this subject, would you be willing to show us the attachments and how it all works?
Thanks, great info!
Yipes! What don't you like about it, JC? (Hell, you don't HAVE to like it -- I'm just wondering what you no long like about it.) What do you think you're missing? Just ask (or tell), and I'll try to help you out.N4C5S said:To be very honest, I don't like this setup anymore
Without the pics I would have gone for it but maybe I'm still missing something.
LOL!!! You're killing me here, JC! :lol:N4C5S said:Don't take that post the wrong way, I just don't like the way its all "exposed". Personal taste.....
Hmm... BK puts the lap belts right next to the factory seat belts.. Maybe GM screwed up by not mounting the factory seat belts on the seat rails behind the seats like Breathless.. :lol:N4C5S said:
3. Breathless setup and choice of harnesses
No cutting/welding looks finished, belts able to be hidden
Uses the seat bolts for lower belts which seems to be cleaner.
Seats have to be removed.
jc...does the breathless belts un-clip when not in use?? like the sparco harness?N4C5S said:No, what I'm saying is that I don't like all the attaching hardware exposed.
That's Breathless's setup.....see how there is nothing near the existing belts?
Hey Jason,mrdatalife said:
jc...does the breathless belts un-clip when not in use?? like the sparco harness?