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Old 11-17-2008, 07:11 PM   #1
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eas | CG-Lock Seatbelt Cinch Device for your car!

eas introduces the CG-Lock Seatbelt Cinch Device for your car!

This product isn't limited to any car. If you have an over the shoulder seat belt (not a racing harness) you can use this product!



The new CG-Lock is the first seat belt add-on proven to deliver new levels of driver control and passenger comfort. The result: more precise handling. More feel and feedback.

The CG-Lock is engineered to lock your existing lap belt into position, keeping your body's center of gravity firmly planted right where it belongs. Who is it for?

Performance Drivers
Auto-crossers
Tuners
Off Road Drivers
Police / Fire / Emergency Drivers
Everyday Drivers
Military Vehicle Operators

How does it work?
Quite simply, the CG-Lock attaches to the tongue of your existing seat belt. Once installed, pulling up on the shoulder harness tightens the lap belt portion - keeping it at the desired tightness until you release it. The shoulder harness however remains unrestrained as normal for maximum arm and upper body movements.

By providing you with 80% of the holding power of a full racing harness, the CG-Lock prevents you from sliding back and forth in your seat. Less movement means you can keep your feet and hands light on the pedals and wheel resulting in better control, faster reactions and less fatigue. Becoming "one with the vehicle" helps you feel the road and the car's "balance", enhancing your driving abilities.

A slight tightening of the lap belt reduces slouching and adds comfort for long trips or truck drivers. Greater amounts of tightening will increase driver and occupant control in more aggressive track, emergency or rigorous off road and military situations.


CG-Lock - Seatbelt Cinch Device
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=2057

While the CG-Lock is NOT SOLD AS A SAFETY DEVICE, it has been designed and tested not to interfere with the safety of your seat belt. Read all safety and installation instructions before using.

Short Video on how CG-Lock Works


If you have any questions please feel free to contact me directly
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Old 11-22-2008, 06:27 AM   #2
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so basically it turn ur seat belt more of a lap belt? but still have the shoulder strap?
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so basically it turn ur seat belt more of a lap belt? but still have the shoulder strap?
A bit more than that - this will lock the belt in place so you are secured in the seat and not bracing yourself with your feet during aggressive cornering.
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Just want to let you guys know that we still have this in stock!
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cheesy video. almost as bad as shamwow.
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cheesy video. almost as bad as shamwow.
Nothing's as bad as Shamwow.
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haha yeah it has your saying wow everytime! lol
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Interesting product. Have you guys used it personally yet? Any thoughts?
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Old 02-05-2009, 11:46 AM   #9
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Interesting product. Have you guys used it personally yet? Any thoughts?
Not on my BMW but on a 500awhp Evo 8 I have... And trust me, I needed it. It's the best thing to come by for the money without dropping a good amount on a 5point harness.
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