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Old 04-15-2015, 02:25 PM   #56
fan boy
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Originally Posted by remski View Post
I think there might be few benefits having the bar so far..
1. you can move your seat as far back as you want.
2. seatbelts during impact being longer, would stretch and absorb more shock.

Dont know if there are any downsides.

Who did your cage?
Has it been certified/log booked ?

here is my idea on the topic-

I was told once by an NHRA tech inspector to add stops to my cage to prevent the harness from sliding side to side.. It was NOT required.. BUT, the more i thought about it, he had a point. If your seat ever failed during a roll over, the harness would keep your head inside the side window away from the ground. so I added them on.



BTW----I am talking from experience---a few months later i crashed the car, the seat bracket broke and the harness did exactly what he said it would.

EDIT: the belts were attached to the cage cross bar by the B pillar.


what are you running for a seat?
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Last edited by fan boy; 04-15-2015 at 04:43 PM.
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