Engineering Certificate issued and ADR requirements.

I was asked to source some more information and test data from Classic Revival on the front suspension control arms to ensure they where up to ADR standards, which checked out ok. And after completing the assembly and testing of the Cobra shown in previous posts over the past four years, my engineer was happy I met all ADR requirements needed to issue an engineering certificate.

Front side panel indicator lens I was required to fit to meet ADR specs for warning lights. This pair of indicator lenses I got off a BA Falcon at the auto wreckers, this ensured the lenses were ADR compliant. 

Side front guard indicator lens fitted up and working.

Glazing was an issue for engineering as well, so I had to paint the inside of my windscreen, mirrors and wiper arms a mat silver to prevent these items shining the sun and lights back into the drivers eyes. Also the original Suzuki steering wheel had to be refitted to meet ADR specs, the reason being the steering wheel I bought didn't have padding in the centre.

I also had to fit a rubber strip along the top of the body arch, just above the dash to prevent head injuries in the event of an accident.

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