Porsche 911 UK Enthusiasts Online Community Discussion Forum GB

Welcome to the @Porsche911UK website. Register a free account today to become a member! Sign up is quick and easy, then you can view, participate in topics and posts across the site that covers all things Porsche.

Already registered and looking to recovery your account, select 'login in' and then the 'forget your password' option.

Fitting point harness to std 993 seats ?


31 Dec 2002
has anyone done this ??

can it be done.. ? properly but without a BAR SYSTEM BEHIND.....

i.e. screw in 2 points to the rear seat belt mounting points and the belet would come up around the top of the seat.. not an ideal position....

so is the angle from the seat belt mounting ok (i know that 45 degree is the safety limit)

so what about with a bar mounted system...???? who does 'em ?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 18815
Perhaps this is what you;re after?


If you plan to race at all, you will need to check the rules for compliance.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 18829
cheers graham

shows that when I use the wrong search word on the net I get nothing...!

now thanks to the post from graham I have found all of this !



Click on thumbnail to view full-size image

The Brey-Krause harness bar went in pretty easily.

The Sabelt shoulder belts simply wrap around the bar. See the warning at the top of this page.

The Hotlap receiver mounts perfectly on the harness bar using some huge zip ties.

I replaced the outboard seatbelt bolt with this eye-bolt.

The outboard lap belt now clips on easily.

I ended up having Fischer Motors put in these eye-bolts on both sides to connect the inboard submarine belt.

This is how it looks with the sub belt attached and the floor matts back in.

I had to permanently attach the inboard lap belt using the existing bolt.

The seat will still slide allt he way forward as long as I fold back the belt.

The outboard sub belt attaches to the same eye-bolt as the lap belt.

Here is how it looks all done.

I put some racer's tape around the harness bar to keep the camera mount from scratching.
All that's left now is to adjust the length of the belts to make them comfortable and enjoy!!
Please send any comments, suggestions, corrections, etc. to me at
[email protected]


Migration info. Legacy thread was 18842

New Threads

Forum statistics

Latest member