Perfect for autocrossers or track junkies that
don't want the hassle of installing competition belts in the car. Easier to use
than any other product on the market, Modifry's Seat Belt Lock (SBL) allows you
to lock both the lap and shoulder belts with the flip of a switch. Want to
"be one with the car"? Just flip the switch, push yourself back in the seat, and
feed the belt slack into the seat belt reel. The more slack you feed in the tighter the belt
gets. Once you're in, you're in. No more sloshing around in the seat!
Note - Fits left-hand drive
Honda S2000 only
Right-Hand Drive version available - see here
Lock Assembly by itself ($60)
This assembly magnetically attaches to the factory seat belt bracket and when 12 volts DC is applied it will cause the seat belt's inertial lock to activate. This mod does NOT alter the factory seat belt or air bag system in any way and is easily removed at any time.
This is the SBL assembly only, you must supply your own wiring
Seat Belt Lock with rocker switch and all wiring ($70)
Complete kit will all parts needed, see photos of install below.
Requires a Dremmel tool or a drill and razor knife to install the switch in the center console. I provide a template for the switch cutout and full instructions. The wiring is easy using the included pre-wired harness/connector kit and only requires 2 T-taps behind the passenger seat access panel. Estimated install time 30-40 minutes.
Seat Belt Lock with
Keychain Remote Control ($90)|
Complete kit will all required parts
The easiest (and coolest) option because there is no switch to install and no panel cutting. Just remove the access panel behind the passenger seat (2 screws) and install 2 T-taps to connect the completely pre-wired remote control system.
You activate the Seat Belt Lock with a nice keychain-style remote transmitter.
Estimated install time is about 15 minutes and most of that will be emptying
your trunk and removing the
access panel behind the passenger seat.
Here are some photos of the switch install and where to
connect for power.
Buy RHD versions here.
Note - Instructions are included but are written for LHD cars. I believe the differences are minor, as we've had 5 or 6 successful installations on RHD cars.