It’s a possibility but being firmly held in place allow you to feel the car and drive much better therefore helping to avoid a crash in the first placeisn't it a bad idea to have a 5 point in a car without a complete roll cage? When I was looking the anti-submarine strap prevented you from diving and could be bad in a roll over.
Technically everything is bad in a rollover...isn't it a bad idea to have a 5 point in a car without a complete roll cage? When I was looking the anti-submarine strap prevented you from diving and could be bad in a roll over.
Yes, the roof structure in cars these days is much stronger than the past. Airbags are a plus. I will say that I feel much better in a harness and having a roll cage in the unlikely event that the roof did cave. If that were to happen, and you were strapped into a harness, you probably would be dead of a broken neck.Technically everything is bad in a rollover...
I have seen 4 rollovers in my life on track - one had 4pt, one had 5pt - one was a s197 Roush the other was a recent gen Camaro... both guys were fine and said it was "weird hanging from the ceiling" after - but they both felt it was better than slumping out of the stock 3pt and being who knows where in the car.
TBH - I think modern cars with airbags EVERYWHERE probally hardly need the harness casue thye are gonna suspend you in the middle... but I do like it so I can wear a HANS and feel like I'm being safer
Just opinions and observations ^^
Do you have to REMOVE the FRONT SEAT & the SIDE PANEL to mount the seatbelt Anker? Where do you mount the seatbelt Anker?I just installed the Schroth quick fit pro. It is easy except for removing the side plastic panel. I spent a lot of time trying to get back in and lined up right.