I've never seen the Ralley bracket offered. Scroth has it as an option on the lap belts? I have to ask TeamTech if they can find them for me. Most of the Elise set-ups I have seen use Eyebolts and the snap-lock.drosen said:Yes. That is the standard connection bracket if you want to use the Elise seat mounts, which I did originally.
I can't speak for Schroth, but I'd guess that their concerns are captured by the following post I made in a different thread elsewhere in this forum...macfly said:Why does Scroth strongly discourages the use of a five-point harness, the tightness of the Elise may merit it. ?
Sure. The only restrictions for a HANS (realistically/practically speaking) that come to mind are:jim-clayton said:Can you wear a Hans with the stock
seat (with proper 6 point made for hans) ?
thanks for the reply. here is your pic, i was initially confused by the loose belts shown but i understand now they are just the wrap excess.Evil Twin said:
:up: :up: :up: Just a big thumbs up for the piece made by [email protected]. I contacted him after reading this thread and couldn't be happier with the piece, very stout. The whole seat could fall apart and Daves bar would still be intact. Good piece, good price, great service.Evil Twin said:
bump. appreciate any help.powerbookguy said:thanks for the reply. here is your pic, i was initially confused by the loose belts shown but i understand now they are just the wrap excess.
on the inside of the seat underneath the padding there is another support beam that corresponds to the outer support beam shown in your pic, did you cut a slot into that one as well or route the belts either for or aft?
thanks for the help.