He announced today that he is dropping the SLC build. Superlite Cars didn't want to be associated with it according to him. I don't blame Fran. This car was seriously stressed. Lots of suspension components, body parts and frame members needed to be replaced. This guy can't seem to finish...
Parts for the parking brake:
Hand brake lever- http://www.controlcables.com/parking-brake-controls/?sort=featured&page=1
Fuel cutoff intertia switch- https://www.summitracing.com/parts/smp-fv7/
Work has begun on the parking brake module for the GT-R. I plan to mount it to the left of the drivers seat so it must be tall and narrow. I want to make it mount as a module just in case I want to remove it for track only duty. It has a momentary switch incorporated for the C6 Corvette ZR1...
I'll update as soon as I get a chance to install them Dan. Cam said recently that one side fit without any interference and the other side needed a slight sanding to fit. The beauty of my design is the fact the spring is smaller in diameter and pivots freely without brushing against the arm.
My inner door handle bezels were weathered and one had cracks where the screw fastened it in place. New ones are available on ebay for $14 a pair.
The screws were missing from my set. They are a M4 x .7mm x 12mm flat head