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Old 01-14-2015, 12:25 PM   #1
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Just bought Takata belts for my 2012 GT. Its incredible how well they strap you into your seat. Definitely recommend them for people who track there stangs

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Just a thought, you are buying 4 point belts from the manufacturer that made all of the millions of defective air bags????
Second is that if these harnesses attach to the original seat belt floor points and you are ever in an accident you could break your neck or back. These are very unsafe anywhere except sitting in your garage or driveway unless you have one of these;

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Without this an accident could seriously hurt yourself or more importantly your passenger.............seriously. You really need a 5 point to keep you from sliding forward............a 4 point in a crash is somewhat useless.

I not just blowing smoke, what you have there is dangerous..............and this comes from experience in drag racing and SCCA racing............plus I am a Tech Inspector for the SCCA and can guaranty your car would never be allowed on any SCCA owned track or inspected by an SCCA Tech.
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Just a thought, you are buying 4 point belts from the manufacturer that made all of the millions of defective air bags????
Second is that if these harnesses attach to the original seat belt floor points and you are ever in an accident you could break your neck or back. These are very unsafe anywhere except sitting in your garage or driveway unless you have one of these;

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Without this an accident could seriously hurt yourself or more importantly your passenger.............seriously. You really need a 5 point to keep you from sliding forward............a 4 point in a crash is somewhat useless.

I not just blowing smoke, what you have there is dangerous..............and this comes from experience in drag racing and SCCA racing............plus I am a Tech Inspector for the SCCA and can guaranty your car would never be allowed on any SCCA owned track or inspected by an SCCA Tech.
Hell they hired me! I wouldn't trust them!!

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Yea i gotta agree with above.

Takata just recently was shown to have produced millions of defective air bags in almost every single car manufacturer you can think of over the past decade. Not good PR.

And yea you need to have the harnesses mounted to either A) a proper Harness Bar. Or B) into the back seats. They need to be at a horizontal angle after they cross over your shoulders or like said above you can break your neck or back in a bad accident.

Also where the seat mounts isn't too strong, now you are adding even more strain on the bottom of the seat bracket. Get into too bad of an accident and hope your seat doesn't completely uplift itself from the floor.

Since the whole air bag thing was on a mass production scale i'm sure the harnesses are just fine since i've seen a lot of other guys use them. But definitely look into getting a real harness bar for them. And soon.

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I guess my other question would be are they SFI or FAI cert'd???
If not all they are is "eye candy"..............IMHO
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I like them. don't let the haters hate cus none of them even got recaros


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I guess my other question would be are they SFI or FAI cert'd???
If not all they are is "eye candy"..............IMHO

Will still be able to use them at autocrosses and mountain diving. Just not higher level racing.

Mine are approved but I've never even seen them check. And the tags came off (still have them).


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I've got Recaro's in my 14 but that's not the point(wish I had Leather Recaro's instead of cloth though)..........those 4point harnesses are dangerous to your health if you are ever in an accident!
Ole saying is, "DIRTFooT", Do It Right The First Time. Putting poorly engineered crap on your car is just plain dumb.....IMHO
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Not trying to be critical with your install because it looks really nice. You need to wrap the belt around the bar twice, not just once.................just my NHRA/SCCA up bring and the rule books.
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Not trying to be critical with your install because it looks really nice. You need to wrap the belt around the bar twice, not just once.................just my NHRA/SCCA up bring and the rule books.

Hmm didn't know that. I just found instructions for the wrap around method online and that's how they did it. Easy fix, the hardest part for me is mainly finding the right amount of slack to put over the seat.

I've only ever done autocross, so speeds of like 60mph tops. I'm assuming the double wrap is for like if there is a collision the belt is more secure.


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I see the OP has my responded. I hope he's not mad and thinks you all are haters because some great advice was given here. Also to the cat that said peoe are hating because they don't have recaros you are a idiot. People are trying to save this man and maybe a passengers life and you think they care about him have some seats. It's not about that at all. I'll always ask advice on here before I buy anything. There's a wealth of knowledge on this board.

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I have a question.... I have 4 point.... But to me it seems like the 5th belt would do anything differently than a regular 3 point seat belt. Like how would the strap that goes between you legs keep you from slipping under more so that a regular sear belt?


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I have a question.... I have 4 point.... But to me it seems like the 5th belt would do anything differently than a regular 3 point seat belt. Like how would the strap that goes between you legs keep you from slipping under more so that a regular sear belt?


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Remember the reason we didn't put the 5th point into mine? Lol

It's not terribly comfortable for Jr down there


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I have a question.... I have 4 point.... But to me it seems like the 5th belt would do anything differently than a regular 3 point seat belt. Like how would the strap that goes between you legs keep you from slipping under more so that a regular sear belt?


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If you take a close look at the 4 point harness, two straps going down over the shoulders, and two straps, one coming from each side and connect at your waist..........there is nothing to keep you from sliding forward along the seat back/cushion (called submarining) towards the front of the car. Believe me when I say when you strap yourself in a race car (NHRA/SCCA), you want those belts so tight that you can't move............and if you hit something at speed you will slide if you don't have a 5 point harness.
Just a side note is that most purpose built race cars have a minimum of 5 point or 6 point harnesses like NASCAR. My old drag car was built in 1979 and had a 5 point harness........and at that time is was only a low 10 second car.
I'm not trying to be an #$shole here, just trying to make sure you guys understand that although a 4 point harness may look neat, it really is not going to protect you in a crash like a 5 point will. This is not my opinion, it is a proven fact and the reason SCCA mandates their use, just like the Hans device..........they save lives...............period!
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Remember the reason we didn't put the 5th point into mine? Lol

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Yes, I agree it isn't very comfortable for Mr. P, but after racing an 18 turn 3.7mile course for 45 minutes that is the least of your worries......and besides that's why a lot of race car drivers in NHRA, SCCA, and NASCAR wear "cups".............you want all of the protection you can get...........especially when you are young like most of you guys.........being old like me at 70, well...if I was to go that would be one of my preferred ways behind the wheel of car coming into turn 1 at 130+ at Thunderhill Raceway.....and maybe one other which we won't talk about here.
So, if that's holding you back..............go out and put a 5 point system in......................now!
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lol, i plan to eventually put the 5th lower point in. Main reason i didn't before was because there was really nowhere to mount it to. When i get my nice race seat i'll put it in.

My friend actually missed turn 1 at Thunderhill in his Firebird, but he wasn't going anywhere near 130mph lol. Now just don't freak me out about Sonoma lol.

In autocross i don't particularly plan to get into a crash since you are just dodging cones in an empty lot. So far only having the 4 points in it currently, it has done well holding me in.
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I still refer to Sonoma as Sears Point, that's how old I am. You want to freak you out.........try coming into turn #11 at 100 with 3 other cars around you and trying to pass them so you can get to the finish line first............or how about flat out going through turn 8 Esses..........I've see a lot of accidents at 11, and trying to pass in the Esses it almost a sure accident. Love Sears Point and Thunderhill but Laguna Seca is my favorite.
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Im not comparing 4-5 im comparing 4- stock seat belts i get the point of the lower belt haha I just dont see how a 4 point (if adjusted properly) will keep you from submarining any more than the regular seat belt does


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I still refer to Sonoma as Sears Point, that's how old I am. You want to freak you out.........try coming into turn #11 at 100 with 3 other cars around you and trying to pass them so you can get to the finish line first............or how about flat out going through turn 8 Esses..........I've see a lot of accidents at 11, and trying to pass in the Esses it almost a sure accident. Love Sears Point and Thunderhill but Laguna Seca is my favorite.
So, like Larry The Cable Guy says, "Get Her Done"!

I hope to do all 3 within the next year. Track days are expensive though. Not very college student budget


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Im not comparing 4-5 im comparing 4- stock seat belts i get the point of the lower belt haha I just dont see how a 4 point (if adjusted properly) will keep you from submarining any more than the regular seat belt does


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Ok, maybe I didn't get the question. If you are comparing a 4 point harness vs. a stock 3 point safety belt it totally depends on how the 4 point is attached to the car............if a 4 point is attached at the same anchors as the original OE, then the 4 point becomes very dangerous in an crash and can break your neck or back.
As far as a 4 point keeping you in your seat "without submarining", it won't do much better than the factory OE 3 point, but again, it depends on how the 4 point is mounted.
Like I mentioned before, a 4 point harness mounted to the same location as the original OE belts is not much more than eye candy.
Like you're 68, I bought my son a 67 4spd with upper/lower consoles 16 years ago...........love the 67/68's.
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Ok, maybe I didn't get the question. If you are comparing a 4 point harness vs. a stock 3 point safety belt it totally depends on how the 4 point is attached to the car............if a 4 point is attached at the same anchors as the original OE, then the 4 point becomes very dangerous in an crash and can break your neck or back.
As far as a 4 point keeping you in your seat "without submarining", it won't do much better than the factory OE 3 point, but again, it depends on how the 4 point is mounted.
Like I mentioned before, a 4 point harness mounted to the same location as the original OE belts is not much more than eye candy.
Like you're 68, I bought my son a 67 4spd with upper/lower consoles 16 years ago...........love the 67/68's.

What is the proper way to mount the 4 point then? Haha mine are in the stock mounting location


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Not being critical here, just trying to make sure you live to be my age..........someday.
Take a look at the video on installing the Corbeau seats and also the Corbeau harness bar. I'm not sure if anyone makes a harness bar for your car, but I don't think it would be too hard to make one yourself............you're a young guy and if you don't have the skills to do this you should be able to find someone who can show you how to get it done.
Just click on the video link...........

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I just wish those FX1 seats were FIA compliant. I'd rather spend $320 on a seat instead of $1100 like the Cobra seat i want is.
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Not being critical here, just trying to make sure you live to be my age..........someday.
Take a look at the video on installing the Corbeau seats and also the Corbeau harness bar. I'm not sure if anyone makes a harness bar for your car, but I don't think it would be too hard to make one yourself............you're a young guy and if you don't have the skills to do this you should be able to find someone who can show you how to get it done.
Just click on the video link...........

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No by all means I want a safe car. I drive my family and girlfriend around this car the last thing i want to happen is for them to get injured or killed do a faulty install on my part. I just assumed that if its good enough for stock seat belts it'll be fine for my car.

Anyways I actually use to have a roll/harness bar but i sold it for triple what i made it for. It was pretty easy to make just wanted to re make it and haven't gotten too it yet


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Holy my thread got molested. The belts are only dry fitted in. My stang is in storage now and I was bored so I just mounted them in temporarily to see what they looked like and felt before I get my corbeau seat belt bar. My friends have already warned me how dangerous incorrectly installed harness can be. Thabk you guys again for you great knowledge. Im aware about Takatas air bag recalls as well

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Holy my thread got molested. The belts are only dry fitted in. My stang is in storage now and I was bored so I just mounted them in temporarily to see what they looked like and felt before I get my corbeau seat belt bar. My friends have already warned me how dangerous incorrectly installed harness can be. Thabk you guys again for you great knowledge. Im aware about Takatas air bag recalls as well

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I just wish those FX1 seats were FIA compliant. I'd rather spend $320 on a seat instead of $1100 like the Cobra seat i want is.
To make the FX1 compliant, you just need a large plate bolted to the back of the seat with a structural member that goes from there to the roll bar. I see a lot of people competing in SCCA/NASA/WTAC Time Trial like that.
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To make the FX1 compliant, you just need a large plate bolted to the back of the seat with a structural member that goes from there to the roll bar. I see a lot of people competing in SCCA/NASA/WTAC Time Trial like that.

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Now where's that ghetto chick Laquisha that said people were hating? Lol.

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A friend runs that seat setup, I will upload a picture of what you need to do to be compliant next time I see him.
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Thanks. Although I don't plan to do any competition like that for at least a few years. Just getting into track days right now.


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Takata harness? Hopefully it doesn't explode...
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