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Old 03-06-2009, 06:11 AM   #1
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is this thing for real?!? not some sort of internet fake?

it's diesel powered too...

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Old 03-06-2009, 11:04 AM   #3
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the back seats look extremely uncomfortable
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the back seats look extremely uncomfortable
It's supposed to be that way - you're being hauled to jail, you don't need comfort. If they're smart they'll make the rear seats plastic so that they can be hosed out when someone bleeds/craps/pukes up in there.

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haha i don't think "perp's creature comforts" was high on their list
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^ that's the least of the officers' concern.
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this car is absolutely sick... if WilsonSo13 hadn't posted this thread i wouldn't have known it existed... thanks!

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Wtf, you guys seriously like this? It looks like a sabertooth tiger. I guess it's alright, it's a cop car that will probably get banged up anyway. No point making it nice.

Why are the rear seatbelts coming in from the other direction? I guess they don't care if the criminals in the back smack their heads into the side window on tight fast turns??
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^ no lol he seatbelts are hooked to the front seats so you can take better pictures of the rear seat!

The car is fine if it runs on diesel and cut back on their fuel consumption over time maybe the police force can use more money towards other equipment fighting crime....Or a tax cut for us, which in either way it's win-win.
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^ no lol he seatbelts are hooked to the front seats so you can take better pictures of the rear seat!
No, what I mean is that the seatbelts go over the inside shoulder, instead of the outside shoulder when you buckle up. Which means the seatbelt doesn't protect the passengers from slamming into the side window on tight turns.

Which is why most cars don't have seat belts set up this way, inlcuding this very car, in the front seats.
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I think I've been sitting in some other cars that have the shoulder belt from the inside....I forgot what though....

I don't think a belt coming in from the C pillar is going to do much on a side impact though.... the C pillar probably caves in.
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but it does make it easier for the police officer to put on the seatbelt for a handcuffed suspect.
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but it does make it easier for the police officer to put on the seatbelt for a handcuffed suspect.
Never thought about that, but that IS, most likely the correct answer.
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Old 03-07-2009, 12:59 AM   #18
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but it does make it easier for the police officer to put on the seatbelt for a handcuffed suspect.
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i dont think you'd wanna be reaching over the suspect and stuff


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Is this car in production yet?
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they dont even have the GTR! or FD in there for japan!
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No, what I mean is that the seatbelts go over the inside shoulder, instead of the outside shoulder when you buckle up. Which means the seatbelt doesn't protect the passengers from slamming into the side window on tight turns.

Which is why most cars don't have seat belts set up this way, inlcuding this very car, in the front seats.
GTR's rear seatbelt are from the inside same with Murcielago
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