grouch wrote:Check out the Corbeau Forza (or Forza II if you carry some extra heft) for a fixed back "racing" seat.
If you want to maintain reclining adjustment, look at the A4. These look/fit great in a crx.
Corbeau offers a good quality seat at a price that won't break the bank.
grouch wrote:Sounds like you'd prefer the Forzas...go try a set on. Click the find dealer link off their website and see if they have a showroom.
On shipping seats. I bought a set of Si seats while I was in Florida on business.
I diassembled them (seperated the back, bottom, seatrails and headrest) dropped each in a box and shipped them back to myself for about $60 through UPS, not including the cost of the boxes. Flew home and waited.
The boxes showed up, but one had a big hole gouged in the side/bottom. The seat was fine but the seat rails and bag with all the hardware fell out somewhere along the way.
Made an insurance claim...the cost of all that hardware new from the dealership exceeded the insurance value I claimed($150). So the seats were basically free. I had another seat rail so it all workedout.
mattminerDOTcom wrote:I have a brand new set of these for $250 with no rails.
If someone on here buys them Ill toss in an SFI approved red 5 point harness for free.
The seats are great for the $$$, full reclining. Dont know how I would hsip them anywhere, but imopen to suggestions.
Well, I added some weight last few months but yeah, I'm skinny.MarkWilliamson wrote:Yeah, but you weigh like 155 soaking wet!
signalpuke wrote:Thanks Downest, I appreciate it. Are the Corbeau seats side mount? I wouldnt even know which one to get hahaha, I guess I will just weld some mounts in there
CRXBart wrote:On their site they list the mounting style. I know the FX1's are side mount. BTW welcome. Nice to have another K migrating over,
Users browsing this forum: Yahoo [Bot] and 4 guests