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This is a discussion on 2019 GT350 R seat belts within the Mustang GT350 General Discussions forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; I am installing Harnesses and a Roll Bar in my GT350R...Can the seat belts be completely removed or will it cause issues? This car is ...

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    2019 GT350 R seat belts

    I am installing Harnesses and a Roll Bar in my GT350R...Can the seat belts be completely removed or will it cause issues? This car is rarely driven on the streets so I would prefer to disable the light and chime and remove the seat belts totally but I can't find online where anyone has done that so I'm assuming it will cause
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    the alarm lights will display that seat belts aren’t buckled. Also, I think the air bag deploys with more force when the computer thinks seat belts aren’t buckled

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    you can easily connect the seatbelts together and tuck it under your seat - all the lights are off and all is good. the speed of the airbags is determined by inertia impact point, speed, and weight of the driver as well as seat position. I installed a 4 point with camlock and it turned out nice
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