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Do you mean the Cup Car parts?

I believe that they were part of the GT3 Clubsport package but i could be wrong and they could indeed be cupcar parts. They're not showing up in my PET guide so cup parts are a possibility.

Thanks

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Ok, the Cup Car part require you to cut a hole in the front hood and basically use a Cup Car wiring harness throughout. Probably not a good solution for a non-dedicated track car.

The GT3 RS parts are listed in PET but not shown in any images.

Look in this list after item 37.

gt3_kill_switch_parts.pdf

I can PM you the install instructions if you want.

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Ok, the Cup Car part require you to cut a hole in the front hood and basically use a Cup Car wiring harness throughout. Probably not a good solution for a non-dedicated track car.

The GT3 RS parts are listed in PET but not shown in any images.

Look in this list after item 37.

gt3_kill_switch_parts.pdf

I can PM you the install instructions if you want.

Loren, instructions would be great.

Just for refference, here is what i was looking for from the GT3 clubsport in europe.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/516910/1

if you look at the photo of his interior, there is an in car kill switch just infront of the shifter where we usually put the GT3 console delete plastic piece.

if you look under his hood, there is a yank cord which is part of the factory kill switch.

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