I see your predicament now @David Garthwaite, in an ideal world harnesses are mounted to the roll cage, this is so that there's no nasty angles on the harness itself, the sharper the angle the harness sits at the more potential there is for injury in an accident with damage/distortion to the floor (or wherever the harness is mounted too). By mounting to a cage it drastically reduces said angles, and with the integral strength of the cage itself any damage/distortion is reduced, thus reducing the chance of injury.@Ads29 Thanks for the comment, you know I did plan to return the harnesses to the floor as the original picture above shows but as we're installing the roll cage this weekend then I'd appreciate your input as we could plan it differently.
So seeing the cage in the picture above, where would you mount the harness? Can you go in to a little detail as to why it makes a difference putting it there as opposed to the floor? (its not that I dont believe you as I've seen similar comments elseware, I just like to understand the science before making a change).
What size battery cable dos you use mate 170AMp??
ok so here's the regsIf racing are they allowed?