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Old 08-05-2000, 08:01 PM   #1
Philip
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Post Try out MOMO seats locally. ;-)

As I was driving around checking out all the local car stereo/security places (to see how much my system design might cost), I ran into a place called "Race and Rock" on Stevenson Blvd in Fremont/Newark (address says Fremont, but location seems to be Newark)

They have an unusal setup for a stereo store, they deal with mods for 4x4 trucks, do a bit of tinting (actually seemed to be cheap for tint jobs), and the rest of the store is sound equipment. Two of their "sound booths" are setup with MOMO seats, definently a different feel to them than I thought.

Just figured I would pass the info on, so that anyone that wanted to see how they felt, before buying them, could.

Philip
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Old 08-06-2000, 10:43 PM   #2
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Yeah, that's about right.

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Good feeling? Bad feeling? What are your measurements? (ahem, no really, it makes a lot of difference ... vintage Recaro SA's are great for my 5'7" frame but I haven't found one in ages).

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Old 08-07-2000, 08:19 AM   #3
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They felt "tight", but not too tight. Guess if I get them I couldn't gain much. I did like them, they felt very comfortable and secure. I didn't feel like I would be moving side to side at all, which I think is the main point of them.

Sorry, don't have the measurements.

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