I haven't really looked into how these work, but does a single plug bypass both passenger and driver seat belts? Or do I need a plug for each side?Bought a plug from the dealer that just plugs into where the seat belt plug plugs in.
Great idea, especially if you have younger riders around!I just bought a metripack 150 off of fleabay a few years ago for like $3 and made my own. I also had the ability to to "key" the on off of the speed limiter by using one of these: https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-Electronic-Position-Keylock-Switch/dp/B00AKVGEP4/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1521495122&sr=8-6&keywords=keyed+electrical+switch
This is the one I just bought, but there are many different sellers.Hi. Can you tell me what the name of the plug is on amazon or the contact information. Sounds like the way to go
I agree with you about wearing a seat belt that it should be worn at higher speeds, but sometimes you need the extra power at lower speeds even under 15 mph. The safety does not really limit your speed, but it does limit your RPMs. Like mud riding, fence work, etc. where putting on and taking off a seat belt doing 5 mph or less every 6' would be a pain in the rear. We ride ours through swamps, crawfish ponds, bayous, etc. where most of the time if we are doing less than 5 mph and you need all the power you can get.I just wear my seat belt if I plan on going over 15 mph. I've see the aftermath of way too many crashes over the years. Just my 2 cents.