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Posts posted by DeAd-EyE

  1. ^ yeah they're made by recaro (very solid workmanship...just make sure you don't carry any fat chicks in them)

    GT350, additionally to all the very good points made here about doing some DE's and basic bolt ons, a bit of weight reduction wouldn't hurt either, maybe get the car down to RS spec?

  2. ^ they mount to the side of the gt3 seat (there's a bolt there for that). i'm not sure where to mount them in the car. i'd guess that you can mount them to the same point as the stock ones. some people use the seat rails on the stock seats but i woudln't recommend it, not without some reenforcement.

  3. GT3 Seats also have a harness? D*mn..i'll have 2 rewire the stuff i cut out of my old seats. and disable that bastard airbag light.

    captain chaos: depending on if the dealer put the stock 3pt belt thru the holes in the seat, you'd also have 2 unclip the belt at one point to slide it out. If you need directions for that let me know and i'll try to post the excerpts from the shop manual.

  4. i believe it is possible 2 reset the computer by unplugging the battery but i don't know why or if this would cause the dead zone in the throttle. I also have the same problem (and had a battery die on me in autum) but i think it might be something to do with the gas pedal and various cables being loose so that you're not getting proper opening/closing of the throttle.

    i don't know if a scan tool will tell you, but if you have one, plug it in and have a look for any anomalies.

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