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Old 01-01-2014, 06:26 AM   #1
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Retrofit 2006 Roush seats into our base 2013 V6

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Pain in the butt, but my wife loves it. Also got her power on the drivers side now. Just gotta straighten out that pesky passenger seat.

Drivers side is original Roush seat with power. Passenger is recovered seat but I think I'm gonna ditch that's eat in favor of the actual Roush seat as well. Only drawback is losing airbag on that seat too
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How hard was this. I wanna get a black interior but for cheap.
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Well not overly hard I had to wire in some resistors and use the hog clip tool. But it all makes sense when you do it. Not sure if switching in same year seats is easier but with a multimeter and the right tools overall it wasn't bad at all
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Pain in the butt butmy wife loves it. Also got her power on the drivers side now. Just gotta straighten out that pesky passenger seat. Drivers side is original Roush seat with power. Passenger is recovered seat but I think I'm gonna ditch that's eat in favor of the actual Roush seat as well. Only drawback is losing airbag on that seat too
Looks sick !!
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Thank you! Definitely a worth while modification. Really steps up the quality of interior
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Those would like sweet in my GT...
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Looks great. I hate to ask how much it set you back.

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That's the best part. Picked them up for $300 and only one seat was disassembled!
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Well I take that back I had to re wrap the rear seats I had. Thankfully I had just got gt500 rear seats out of an 07 to delete those stupid fold down head rests.
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Wow, that is a steal!

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Well I take that back I had to re wrap the rear seats I had. Thankfully I had just got gt500 rear seats out of an 07 to delete those stupid fold down head rests.

I hate those damn fold down head rests ...
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Right, well the car definitely looks a lot better inside now
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Wow it looks great. I have a base V6 6psd and the seats are so ugly... comfy tho
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Pain in the butt, but my wife loves it. Also got her power on the drivers side now. Just gotta straighten out that pesky passenger seat.

Drivers side is original Roush seat with power. Passenger is recovered seat but I think I'm gonna ditch that's eat in favor of the actual Roush seat as well. Only drawback is losing airbag on that seat too
So what did your insurance company say about your modification to your car? You did contact them to tell them you no longer have airbags?
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