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I found a set of used Adaptive Sport seats for sale. These were out of a 997 and would like to know if I can swap them out with my power standard seats in my 987S? Will they be plug and play?

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If they are like the 986 996 i would say NO. They will bolt in but the bottom cushion will be to high. It was an expensive lesson for me. If you look at the pet catalog you will see that the bottom is different between the 2 cars.

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I was under the impression that only the shoulder and manual side bolster adjustments were in addition on the sport to the standard memory seats. The bottom seat squab is adjustable in both the standard and sport electic seats, so I would be surprised if its different. The seat module may be different but if it's included with the seat , it should just be a simple job of recoding. As suggested above I would check the PET catalogue in relation to the seat control module for the two types of seat , especially if its not included with the new seat. The fitting points should be the same.

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Adaptive as in pushing your butt around during spirited driving? I tried them in a BMW and did not like artificial heinie stimulation.

The 9x6 sport seats are too narrow in the shoulders for many of us.

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