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Old 02-25-2012, 10:25 PM   #11
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http://www.memoryfab.com/product/1125

Their website has been weird lately, you would probably have to call them. I used their low rails on my S58 when I had it. It worked very well. And I sat very low.

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Old 02-25-2012, 10:33 PM   #12
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http://www.memoryfab.com/product/1125

Their website has been weird lately, you would probably have to call them. I used their low rails on my S58 when I had it. It worked very well. And I sat very low.
good call, but the aftermarket seats that are in it are ebay mazdaspeed knockoffs. so i dont know what i would tell them lol
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:35 PM   #13
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How do they mount? On the stock rails? Then yea I'm sure the memoryfab stuff won't work.
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How do they mount? On the stock rails? Then yea I'm sure the memoryfab stuff won't work.
I'm not sure if they are stock mounts or not, I didn't put the seats in. I would guess they are close to stock though. I'm going to end up having to fab somthing I think
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You can compromise a bit with the stock arrangement. You can take a cut-off wheel and remove the rear pedestals (gain 3/4"), then straighten the bend of the rear on the stock slider (another 1/2"), and bolt through the floor and use a large washer underneath the car. When the seat is all the way back you drop about an inch or inch and a quarter but when the seat is pulled forward it is pretty well stock height.

Or you could go flat on the floor with an aluminum racing seat and keep an Atlanta Metro yellow pages in the trunk for girlies to sit on.
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You can compromise a bit with the stock arrangement. You can take a cut-off wheel and remove the rear pedestals (gain 3/4"), then straighten the bend of the rear on the stock slider (another 1/2"), and bolt through the floor and use a large washer underneath the car. When the seat is all the way back you drop about an inch or inch and a quarter but when the seat is pulled forward it is pretty well stock height.

Or you could go flat on the floor with an aluminum racing seat and keep an Atlanta Metro yellow pages in the trunk for girlies to sit on.
im going to try the risers first, may look into it today.
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