I'm liking what I see. Planning on changing from stock seat belts to a harness?
initially not as the harness will require to drill some holes into the floor.
I'm not a big fan of that.
But they seats don't do the job without the harness I'll add it later.
It's really a shame that the Challenger is on the market for over 3 years now and there's still no company out there offering a smooth and easy set upgrade kit which is plug and play and doesn't require me to try&error everything together.
Does anybody know if there's an airbag fake module available for our Challenger/300C/Magnum/LX cars?
The big issue is. When you remove the stock seats you don't only loose the side airbags but all others will stop working as the airbag light comes up.
I know many "airbag fake" modules which are connected to the stock wiring for Audi, BMW, ... which are used when the stock seats are replaced with aftermarket seats to address this issue and keep all other airbags working.
Any more Information on this? Id love to have some race seats in my challenger, but those air bags man... Kind of need those if its my daily driver... Find anything Lukester?
I know this is a old thread, but still...
Fredericton, New Brunswick "The North Side"
2010 R/T Classic, 6 Speed, No Sunroof.. Black on Black!
DiabloSport InTune, BC Racing Coil Overs, Resonator Delete, Speedlogix 180 T Stat, Speedlogix Skip Shift Eliminator, Red Over Head LEDs, CarID Headlight & Foglight Covers, Plasti Dip Grille Surround.
I think Luke sold this car. All I see on YouTube are m3 videos now...
I love American muscle cars like a thrice-divorced 45-year old tax attorney loves barely legal coeds. That is to say; passionately, inappropriately and almost certainly inadequately while muttering whispered apologies to the beautiful thing I am probably ruining forever.
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