You should be fine unless you get a particularly awkward tester- a car with seats but no seatbelts will fail, but one with seatbelts and no seats shouldn't. If the rear seatbelts have gone as well then they can't test something that's not there.
Found this on gov.uk in a help area for MoT testers- I would think it applies in the case of your car:
Where a vehicle has been extensively modified or converted, Reasons for Rejection for components missing where fitted as standard should not be applied. For example:
a car converted for rally use (i.e. rear seats removed and fitted with a roll cage and full harness seat belts etc.) may have been converted so as not to require a brake servo or power steering
a car converted to a stretch limousine may no longer be fitted with curtain airbags
It’s also worth pointing out that Section 6.2 of the Manual on Seats and Doors, already contains a note in the Information Column which states: "Original design characteristics and specialised modifications (e.g. to enable wheelchair access) are to be accepted".
I'm gonna ask the mot testers about headers and sports cats and see what they say. I have a list of things in my head to do...... relocate battery, sort out subframe, fit other mount inserts, header, sell carbon fin, bonnet, airbox and crazy scoop (should help fund the header work). I have tax and insurance coming up, new brakes and tyres in the near future and a summer holiday to sort. anic:
Anyone done the valve clearances themselves on FN2??
After getting a new honda rocker gasket Ive took mine apart today knowing i could do them myself after watching all the videos on youtube.... So i thought..
theres no fn2 vids on youtube only ep3's and lads doing them
After fighting just...
Just got two Bosch oil filters for the FN2 from fleabay, thought they are all the same:
To my annoyance they...
Seen people praise Eibach springs, but they lower the car as well.
Any options for springs that keep stock height? It's already on the low side for my taste.
I guess progressives like Eibach would be nice, given the limited suspension travel.
Had a look at the clutch fluid - not a pretty sight
Anyone know where the slave cyl nipple is?
I've seen one at the front of the engine slightly on the passenger side, a bit low - but wouldn't want to undo anything without being certain.
Do people ever change clutch fluid? Mine is in an...
Before forking out for set of tyres, I was wondering if there are known brands of 17" wheels that drop in with no fuss (clear the brakes, correct offset etc)
It would be nice if they also come in white, but that is secondary really.
In such a scenario, would 225/45 bring the overall...