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Old 04-22-2015, 09:47 PM   #1
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Scrothe Rallye 3 Harness - Pictures Installed

I recently got a Scrothe Rallye 3 Harness and someone asked for pictures of it installed. Feel free to ask any questions.

Please excuse the dog fur

Driver side view


Passenger side view


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Old 04-23-2015, 01:53 AM   #2
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Do you have the rear section mounted to the factory shoulder strap location.
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is it fine to have the rear mount off to one side? aren't you putting uneven tension on the harness that way?
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is it fine to have the rear mount off to one side? aren't you putting uneven tension on the harness that way?

Negative. It's a rally 3 it's designed to be installed that way. I have one installed in my car for over a year now. I did with it now too. After tracking with it on I feel so loose in any seat without one now.

Makes a WORLD of difference.
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Do you have the rear section mounted to the factory shoulder strap location.
Yes, this is per the instructions.
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Old 04-23-2015, 04:21 PM   #6
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is it fine to have the rear mount off to one side? aren't you putting uneven tension on the harness that way?
As @FRSfan111 said, it's designed to be installed this way. Everything is adjustable for a snug fit.

And you really do feel loose with just using the factory seat belt after you've used the harness. That long driver seatbelt buckle has to be to blame, at least partially.
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Yes, this is per the instructions.
Yea I was aware, just wanted to confirm.
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I admit I haven't researched harnesses because I'm not at that point yet, but aren't there some safety issues associated with not using an actual harness bar and going all the way to the baby seat attachment points?
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I admit I haven't researched harnesses because I'm not at that point yet, but aren't there some safety issues associated with not using an actual harness bar and going all the way to the baby seat attachment points?
Yes. I believe this install goes to the rest shoulder strap mount.

No idea on safety of the two straps around your neck...
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I admit I haven't researched harnesses because I'm not at that point yet, but aren't there some safety issues associated with not using an actual harness bar and going all the way to the baby seat attachment points?
Some would say a harness bar that is attached with bolts right behind your head is even less safe in a crash.
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I admit I haven't researched harnesses because I'm not at that point yet, but aren't there some safety issues associated with not using an actual harness bar and going all the way to the baby seat attachment points?
The attachment point most of us are using is the seatbelt mount which is very sturdy. There are some groups who won't let you use this harness on track because they don't believe in the ASM technology.
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The attachment point most of us are using is the seatbelt mount which is very sturdy. There are some groups who won't let you use this harness on track because they don't believe in the ASM technology.
Completely agree. My local Porsche auto x group and hpde group allow it. Just ask around.
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Completely agree. My local Porsche auto x group and hpde group allow it. Just ask around.
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This harness is also dot approved because of the asm technology, although, I don't dd with the harness in use. There is a clip just behind the headrest in the pics so it quickly and easily stows. I wouldn't be able to get my coffee out of the cup holder with the harness on.
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@klittl06 could you offer some detail as to how to access the rear mounting point?
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