This installation guide is intended to assist with installing either the GT1R Manual or CO2 Parachute Release Cable Kit, in conjunction with the Titan bolt-in roll bar. The provided release handle bracket is designed to attach to a main roll hoop of 1.75" diameter, but may can be altered to make work with whatever you have. 

Attaching the release bracket to the bar is extremely straightforward, simply position it on the bar where it's easiest for you to reach, and not be in the way of a passenger occupant. Use the supplied worm clamps to secure it to the bar.

Once you have installed the bar, it's time to begin installing and routing the throughout the interior. If you are using the CO2 version, you will also begin routing the air line at this same time. To make life easier remove the trunk trim pieces (side plastics and carpet bottom), both the passenger and driver rear seat cushions, both the bottom and back portions. Mount the cable to the back of the handle with the provided hardware and begin running the cable towards the main hoop, and towards the driver side of the car:

You can also push the air line into the fitting on the handle solenoid at this time if you are using the CO2 system. Begin running the cable (and air line if using) along the main hoop, and down the driver side down bar, securing along the way:

Both the cable and air line easily fit through the large hold in the rear bulkhead divider and into the trunk liner. Cabin side:

Trunk side:

If you are using the manual release you may proceed to the step near the bottom of the guide about routing the cable inside the trunk.  If you are using the CO2 release setup you can now mount, plumb, and wire in the activation solenoid.  There is a nice cavity behind the driver side wheel arch to mount the solenoid which can be seen below, simply mock the solenoid up, drill the 1/8" holes for the provided hardware, and mount the solenoid in a way you can access the wiring and fittings:

You can now do the final routing, measuring, and cutting on the air line run in from the handle. This line will terminate on the bottom port of the solenoid, if installed as we have shown. Do not kink the line, and once you have run your wiring to your ECU, MoTeC dash, or button trigger both can be secured with zipties to the OEM electrical harness run close by.  

There are multiple ways and locations you can mount the CO2 bottle, and our kit does not include a bottle bracket and clamp as standard. We do offer a vertical bracket and clamp combo that mounts roughly in the same area of the trunk:

Regardless of where you mount the cylinder, the opposite port on the activation solenoid will be plumbed to the cylinder, as you can see above. We have found a regulated pressure of 150psi works well; to set make sure both the bottle and regulator are closed. Open the bottle and adjust the regulator up to 150psi. Now is an optimal time to check for leaks in the system as well.  Once done you can close the bottle again. It is not recommended to leave the bottle open at all times, only when you will need to use the CO2 release.

Your release cable was routed into the trunk in a previous step, and now you can locate where you would like it to exit the rear bulkhead, and then secure in the trunk. For external routing and finding where to run the cable through the bulkhead, please see this guide:

GT1R Parachute Kit

We have had good luck with drilling and inserting a couple of nut-serts in the trunk floor and securing the cable with adel cable clamps:

For CO2 release installers, the last installation step before putting all the interior components back in is to wire in the solenoid. This can be done a number of ways, whether through a standalone ECU, MoTeC dash, or off a dedicated button. The solenoids are non-polarity specific and just need a switched 12v power supply, and a button/trigger to complete the ground circuit to activate.  With everything hooked up you can test the system with vehicle power on. 

When testing the handle functionality, make sure the safety pin is left in the parachute so it doesn't actually deploy, and be sure to verify the cable has released completely. The handle operation should be smooth and not require much force, if there is much resistance make sure the cable isn't being bent severely.