The cockpit is a block with the simulated wiring, in which is inserted the control unit, seat and pedals. The detailed of the buttons and wiring is very poor, so the first thing I do is look for reference photos on the net and remove all simulated wiring, switches and connectors, which will be replaced with other more detailed.
After sanding the inside, I begin to put the carbon fiber in this case use a superfine Hobby Design (ref. HD04-0007) that matches the real car perfectly.
For square switches, I do some resin parts using the milling machine.
For connector I use the Top Studio TD23011 with reference for the control unit, and TD23049 for the others. I must thank SpotModel for helping me choose the right ones.
I make a small copper washers for the side connectors that inserted in a tube of 1.6 mm. to make the “bottles” where connectors are placed. And after a lot of patience to assemble all the push buttons and connectors, the harness is mounted on the seat …
Finding myself with a new and unpleasant surprise by mistake Le Mans Miniatures kit brings a four-point harness anchor, when the car was riding a six-point harness anchor, so I modified it so that we can get two new anchor points.