(I'm not saying anyone should or shouldn't do this, I'm simply showing how I did it, it IS good for about an 8 pound drop and can be done in half an hour, including the 10 minute wait after disconnecting the battery that I like to do when working with Ford SRS systems) I'm sure most are aware of the UPR airbag delete kit that is available, at IMO a pretty high price for what it is, and then you still have to paint it if your dash is anything but black. Being a shoe-string budget builder who likes a light bare bones car, I decided to look into making my own. Upon popping the passenger bag out of my car, the answer became rather obvious. The cover over the airbag is what I was after, just wasn't sure how possible removal was. These covers are rivetted to the bag but held with a velcro like setup to the actual dash. Popped the bag out and with two quick slices had myself a perfect matching, perfect fitting delete cover. The complete unit, the cover is actually held to the chassis of the bag with all those rivets, but I wasn't about to go drilling all those out, a quick slice top bottom with a pocket knife frees it from it's explosive home And back in the car, you'd never know there's nothing behind it. It is floppy and flimsy when not installed but it's plenty sturdy when attached to the dash.