Terms and Conditions
No responsibility whatsoever is accepted by Mako Motorsport for the fitment of any of products sold or provided by us. The onus is clearly on the installer to ensure that both their knowledge and the parts selected are correct for that particular application. Any damage to parts or consequential damage or costs resulting from the incorrect installation of Mako Motorsport products are totally the responsibility of the installer.
Mako Motorsport mounts are made for track use only and may never be used on a public road or highway. Using Mako Motorsport products and after market digital displays for street/road use on public roads or highways is prohibited by law unless a specific regulatory exemption exists (more information can be found on the SEMA Action Network website www.semasan.com/emissions for state by state details in the USA). It is the responsibility of the installer and/or user of this product to ensure compliance with all applicable local and federal laws and regulations. Please check with your local vehicle authority before purchasing, using or installing any Mako Motorsport product.
Mako Motorsport will not be liable for any incidental, special or consequential loss or damages, or damages for loss of data, business or business opportunity, goodwill, anticipated savings, profits or revenue arising under or in connection with any products we sell, except to the extent this liability cannot be excluded under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) or any other applicable law.
Specifically, Mako Motorsport will not be liable to you or a third party for any damage or loss you or a third party suffers as a result of installing products sold by Mako Motorsport to your vehicle or using the Mako Motorsport products and you use any of our products entirely at your own risk.
Always disconnect the battery when doing electrical work on your vehicle. Avoid sparks, open flames or use of electrical devices near flammable substances. Do not run the engine with a battery charger connected as this could damage the ECU and other electrical equipment. Do not overcharge the battery or reverse the polarity of the battery or any charging unit. Disconnect the ECU from the electrical system whenever doing any welding on the vehicle by unplugging the wiring harness connector from the ECU. After completing the ECU installation, make sure there is no wiring left un-insulated. Uninsulated wiring can cause sparks, short circuits and in some cases fire. Before attempting to run the engine ensure there are no leaks in the fuel system. All fuel system components and wiring should be mounted away from heat sources, shielded if necessary and well ventilated. Always ensure that you follow workshop safety procedures. If you’re working underneath a jacked-up car, always use safety stands!