I have had 60s and 70s cars that have had lap belts, I really think as long as you aware of the risk its fine, there are no air bags on a motorcycle.
Thanks for the compliments and suggestions; more things I'll probably consider once I put a few more miles on the car and start to determine where it's lacking.your car's stance looks great with the wheel spacers. I would suggest you look at solid thrust pucks for your lower control arms and poly bearings as well. What this will do is prevent your tires hitting the front inner liners under down hill turns and stiffen up the rears, preventing 2 1/2 inch of travel front and aft causing your toe in to change to toe out. A Pedro Technobrace will also solidify your rear frame rails from torquing under threshold braking causing brake wiggle. The brace also aids turn in as does the solid thrust puck in front.
They do wear out (I've had to replace mine) but do realize they are plastic so that they will break if there is an obstruction to closing/opening. Instead of frying the more expensive motor.One of my convertible top arm ends was broken, so I replaced both sides with the steel replacements.
Yeah... I understand it's a part designed to fail to prevent damage to other components. But when it cracked, the roof fell down with the arm point straight into the canvas top. Thought for sure it would have torn it.They do wear out (I've had to replace mine) but do realize they are plastic so that they will break if there is an obstruction to closing/opening. Instead of frying the more expensive motor.
Thanks!The stance is perfect whats your settings?