Exige S2 with added supercharger

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The Hornet
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andybond wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:47 am
Fonzey wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:47 am Still waiting for the video of you waddling around the house with a tillet wedged to your arse.

They look great :thumbup:
Ill whatsapp you ...
Err no... we all need to see that !
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I had a spare 30 seconds this evening so took the seats from the lounge to the garage and placed them in their final destination. I am awaiting some EB5 mounts that appear to be on backorder. Frustrating. Mind you cant really go anywhere.

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Very nice
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have fitted one of the two seats. I am in a whole new world of hurt for getting in and out of the exige now with these hip hugging seats. I am not convinced that I can get in or out with the roof on yet.
I also have mis ordered a bracket for the passenger side so I’ll have to get that changed.

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So I have sent back the misordered bracket (completely my fault ) and am deliberating about getting a snap on/off steering wheel to aid my graceful entry / departure from my plastic fantastic
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Might be difficult to get into but it does look good, sometimes a price to pay for looks :lolno:
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lotuslee wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 10:15 pm Might be difficult to get into but it does look good, sometimes a price to pay for looks :lolno:
Agreed! Ill adopt a new way , or visit @seriouslylotus for some advice.
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Now with correctly orientated harness. Thanks Arno.

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If you can keep the belts with the harnesses it’s much better on the road with the belts, you can lean forward to see at junctions.

I think I have got the kit in a bag somewhere for fitting both, no idea if it works with tillets.
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I cannot get the clasp and the buckle on the same eyelet on the tillets. The angles just don’t work .
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Looking good Andy.

I went with the harness/belt hybrid at first but the massive long bolt you need to put in on the stock setup made me nervous so I just went full hardcore with harnesses only.

It's caught me out a couple of times but generally you just learn to approach junctions slightly differently and in a pinch you can always slacken one shoulder off and very quickly retighten with the schroth quick release tabs. I wouldn't go back to belts now, I feel quite cosy when all strapped in.
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