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Old 07-13-2014, 11:31 AM   #1
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Has anyone done racing seats in our platform yet? I'm looking at some sparco seats. Why would one go with adjustable over non adjustable? You can still move both further or closer to the pedals. Do I need brackets as well?

Which is a better harness, 3,4,5 point also?


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If you want a true racing seat, and one of the ones that will hold you in better go with one of the fixed back ones. Most are generally still moveable forward and back depending on the bracket... Speaking of which, yes you need brackets for the seats. Also the Harness can depend. I'm looking at the Sparco EVO seat and it only works with a 4 point. And unless you are in serious competition racing that's all you will need.


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Sparco fighter or sparco r100? Do I need sliders and brackets or just brackets? It's so new to me, this race car life


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Both of those are good. I considered those as well but decided with the EVO. You will need brackets. They should already have the sliding built in.

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Both of those are good. I considered those as well but decided with the EVO. You will need brackets. They should already have the sliding built in.

And welcome to the life Coty lol


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Looked those up a bit more. Too wide for me. And I don't like the look/ material


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I also take this car 2 1/2 hours across state twice a month. I need some padding


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A good racing seat is actually very comfortable believe it or not.


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$330 for an adjustable or $660 for a non adjustable? The $330 one looks very thin though


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