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Old 03-21-2013, 10:53 AM   #1
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Hey everyone wondering if I'm reading and understanding this correctly because I wanted to purchase a whole set of seats from Cj pony parts but these seats don't come with the foam do they? The price seemed too good to be true for complete seats with brackets, foam, assembled and free shipping.

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You do need the new seat foam. The final price depends on the options. Go through as if you were going to purchase the items and it will give you the final price. you also have to do the work yourself, or pay a specialist to do it for you. I checked out the full set with leather and it was 849 without the foam. I believe the foam runs about 189.

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Sorry, the seat foam is 149 each for the buckets.
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You do need the new seat foam. The final price depends on the options. Go through as if you were going to purchase the items and it will give you the final price. you also have to do the work yourself, or pay a specialist to do it for you. I checked out the full set with leather and it was 849 without the foam. I believe the foam runs about 189.

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Sorry, the seat foam is 149 each for the buckets.
Yeah that's how I understood it the final result sounds expensive. I'll keep waiting till I find some good leather seats local on Craigslist
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Good luck man. I am in the same boat here. Unless I can find some locally, I will have to wait till next year to get mine done.
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Bullitt seats are awesome! I especially like the side bolsters that help keep you in your seat when cornering.
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Bullitt seats are awesome! I especially like the side bolsters that help keep you in your seat when cornering.
+1. They are great seats. I use a cam lock for my drivers seat, and it keeps me from sliding around when I autocross.
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I thought you could also get foam from tmi but it was extra? i assume the bullitt seats are close to gt form but not exactly the same on the sides at least, maybe 01 cobra upper foam?
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I thought you could also get foam from tmi but it was extra? i assume the bullitt seats are close to gt form but not exactly the same on the sides at least, maybe 01 cobra upper foam?
Yeah they have those side bolsters as mentioned above but I want those bullitt style seats because they are jus pure sexiness
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Yeah they have those side bolsters as mentioned above but I want those bullitt style seats because they are jus pure sexiness
They really are sexy!
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Hey everyone wondering if I'm reading and understanding this correctly because I wanted to purchase a whole set of seats from Cj pony parts but these seats don't come with the foam do they? The price seemed too good to be true for complete seats with brackets, foam, assembled and free shipping.

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First off let me say you need to purchase foam separately as this setup has more bolster than OE Bullitt seats. How do I know this? I donated my OE Bullitt seats to TMI to take on this project. The seats are even more comfortable than the OE Bullitt seats, plus the material is better quality.

You will use your OE 99-04 seat frames for this. If you have a 94-98, you will need to find 99-04 seats to use the frames to put these in your car.

Here are my seats after I got them back from TMI.







here is a little video about the products.
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Man those seats look comfy!
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First off let me say you need to purchase foam separately as this setup has more bolster than OE Bullitt seats. How do I know this? I donated my OE Bullitt seats to TMI to take on this project. The seats are even more comfortable than the OE Bullitt seats, plus the material is better quality.

You will use your OE 99-04 seat frames for this. If you have a 94-98, you will need to find 99-04 seats to use the frames to put these in your car.

Here are my seats after I got them back from TMI.







here is a little video about the products.
That's some good info right there!
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First off let me say you need to purchase foam separately as this setup has more bolster than OE Bullitt seats. How do I know this? I donated my OE Bullitt seats to TMI to take on this project. The seats are even more comfortable than the OE Bullitt seats, plus the material is better quality.

You will use your OE 99-04 seat frames for this. If you have a 94-98, you will need to find 99-04 seats to use the frames to put these in your car.

Here are my seats after I got them back from TMI.

here is a little video about the products.
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Nice! You have one nice Bullitt. Do you mind me asking what kind of mods you've done to it?
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Nice! You have one nice Bullitt. Do you mind me asking what kind of mods you've done to it?
First Gen JLT True Cold Air Kit
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Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter
18" Saleens powder coated Gun Metal Grey
3:73 Ford Racing Gears
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Custom Bullitt Seats from TMI

Think that is about it. She is a daily driver so pictures make her look better than she actually is. I am about 94k into the motor so now the question is do I rebuild it or swap it with with an 03/04 Cobra or Coyote. I haven't really laid out a plan for it yet as life has taken control of me and not given me much time to play with it but once things settle down I will figure it all out.
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First Gen JLT True Cold Air Kit
Eibach Sportline Springs
Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter
18" Saleens powder coated Gun Metal Grey
3:73 Ford Racing Gears
Mac Pro Chamber Mid Pipe
Custom Bullitt Seats from TMI

Think that is about it. She is a daily driver so pictures make her look better than she actually is. I am about 94k into the motor so now the question is do I rebuild it or swap it with with an 03/04 Cobra or Coyote. I haven't really laid out a plan for it yet as life has taken control of me and not given me much time to play with it but once things settle down I will figure it all out.
You have a nice list of mods, I have a similar set up minus gears and a mid pipe. Good luck with your future build plans, I know how life can get in the way at times. If I could, i would definitely try to do the 03/04 Cobra drivetrain swap, but that's not a cheap operation. Here's mine.
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You have a nice list of mods, I have a similar set up minus gears and a mid pipe. Good luck with your future build plans, I know how life can get in the way at times. If I could, i would definitely try to do the 03/04 Cobra drivetrain swap, but that's not a cheap operation. Here's mine.
Nice looking Bullitt, mine hasn't seen a garage since I was in the Navy. I think a 03/04 Cobra will happen before the Coyote as that is just a very expensive swap because of all the extras you need. We'll see though.
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Just in very general terms, approximately how much for the 03/04 cobra motor setup?

I have an 03 GT that is in great shape, never wrecked and not a spot of rust. But it has 100K on it as well. Just wondering if it would be cheaper to keep my car and upgrade, or look for what I really want.
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really depends on the deal you find. My buddy got his for about 11K but that was purchasing the whole car and taking what he needed to make it work. You can find deals on these you just have to really look for them.
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First Gen JLT True Cold Air Kit
Eibach Sportline Springs
Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter
18" Saleens powder coated Gun Metal Grey
3:73 Ford Racing Gears
Mac Pro Chamber Mid Pipe
Custom Bullitt Seats from TMI

Think that is about it. She is a daily driver so pictures make her look better than she actually is. I am about 94k into the motor so now the question is do I rebuild it or swap it with with an 03/04 Cobra or Coyote. I haven't really laid out a plan for it yet as life has taken control of me and not given me much time to play with it but once things settle down I will figure it all out.
Your Bullitt has less miles than mine. My 01 Bullitt has about 140k on it, runs perfectly fine but you can tell that it is a DD
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Nice looking Bullitt, mine hasn't seen a garage since I was in the Navy. I think a 03/04 Cobra will happen before the Coyote as that is just a very expensive swap because of all the extras you need. We'll see though.
Thank you. It has had a pretty good life. Almost always garaged, and around 18,600 miles. I'm still focusing on suspension right now before I start trying to make much more power. But the 03/04 cobra swap would complete my dream Bullitt build, that's a long way off though.
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First Gen JLT True Cold Air Kit
Eibach Sportline Springs
Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter
18" Saleens powder coated Gun Metal Grey
3:73 Ford Racing Gears
Mac Pro Chamber Mid Pipe
Custom Bullitt Seats from TMI

Think that is about it. She is a daily driver so pictures make her look better than she actually is. I am about 94k into the motor so now the question is do I rebuild it or swap it with with an 03/04 Cobra or Coyote. I haven't really laid out a plan for it yet as life has taken control of me and not given me much time to play with it but once things settle down I will figure it all out.
Steve thanks for the information on the seats I think that will be my next investment. But as for your engine I think you should keep the original engine because your car is a collectors item. It's a sweet looking tho no matter what engine you decide to put into it!


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