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Old 12-16-2002, 07:49 PM   #1
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Default Anyone have Sparco seats I can sit in?

I'm thinking about getting some new seats, its either going to be a sparco corsa or the prodrive sparco model, or sti seats, I was wondering if anyone in the bay had these and if I could try them out. I just want to know how comfortable they are, most likely I will be driving 1-2 hours tops a day if that. I'm not terribly worried about the huge thigh bolster and getting in and out of the car, but then again, Ive never tried getting out of a sparco seat and would not be opposed to going with the evo or pro2000 with lower bolsters, I'm just wondering about the comfort of a fixed seat.

Also was wondering if I can still use my normal seat belt with this, and if anyone knew where I could get the base for the sparco's.

Lastly sparco's compared to sti's everywhere Ive read it seems that the sti seats are plusher and the sparco's more for competition, Ive never seen an sti seat in person or sat in one, how huge a difference is there between the stock wrx seat and the sti. Also if theres much difference between sti and a sparco torino?

thanks in advance
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Old 12-16-2002, 08:01 PM   #2
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IIRC rimrockaz (sp??) has got one, but i think he is sellin his car
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Old 12-16-2002, 09:28 PM   #3
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Default Pro 2000's

I have drive and pasenger side Pro 2000's if you want to sit in them. I have driven back and forth to LA in them several times and they pretty comfortable. Not to mention they work great when pushing the car really hard.
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