I've been plugging away at my Cobra conversion again, and finally got the ignition cutoff installed. I did make a newbie mistake - I started the engine with the tranny in gear. Lucky for me the engine didn't turn over, or I might have been in REAL trouble. The car did lurch forward slightly, which surprised me. Didn't help that the driver's seat wasn't in. Reading the Talk post on remote starting reminded me - the neutral safety switch is supposed to prevent you from starting the car while the clutch pedal isn't pressed, yet I was able to do this on Sunday. This is an auto-to-manual conversion as well, so it's possible I forgot to hook something up. I used the Cobra's manual pedal assembly, so if the neutral safety switch is on the clutch pedal it should still be there. I just might not have hooked it up. For those that did an auto-to-manual conversion, did you have to do anything besides plug in the switch to get it to work? I do remember plugging in an extra connector that was just taped up under my dash. I don't remember if the Cobra's neutral safety switch worked when everything was still in the wrecked Cobra. Never tried to start it with the car in gear. When the neutral safety switch is installed, does it need to be aligned properly like the brake pedal switch does? At least the ignition cutoff is installed. It simply cuts power to the inertia switch in the trunk - the engine will crank all day, but it won't get fuel until the system is disarmed.