Off-Road Lamborghini Huracan gets Racing Seats and Harnesses Installed

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In todays episode were installing some Cobreau Baja XRS seats and harnesses.

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27 thoughts on “Off-Road Lamborghini Huracan gets Racing Seats and Harnesses Installed

  1. You can do the dual led lights where you can also have sequential runing lights. You can fo a total of led brake lights and have a split with the indicator and reverse. But it can be done

  2. looking better and better every week. can't wait to hear that engine roaring…. about the seats. shouldn't you prononce Corbeau like corbow ? it's the French way…it means crow

  3. I like the tail lights without the surrounds, move to the inside and I think it would look awesome. Keeps with the Lamborghini style with the way they are designed. Also like everyone else said – the seats are pronounced Cor-Bow lol… when I first heard you say it I was like, whoa, what? Lol… all good though!!

  4. Look at wheelers builders on YouTube? They have a cool rally lambo body kit they are building combine it with your badass rally huracan 😍

  5. You could run a custom light bar made with a simple custom PCB and an Arduino with some rgbw LEDs and write some code to make it sequential and also give more control options

  6. have you considered flipping sides with tail lights?!!!
    I mean, placing the right side light on the left side and the left side light on the right

  7. I think the tail lights should be sequential LED strips. I'm sure Chris could figure it out.

    It would be best to have something less likely to get damaged and cheaper to replace or even source. Those aftermarket tails might not be available if you break one of them later on down the road. In offroad, simple is typically better.

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