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This is a discussion on New (sorta) seats installed! within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by GTiOne Looks good man!. How do find them in fast corners ?. Do you slip around a ...

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    Originally posted by GTiOne
    Looks good man!. How do find them in fast corners ?. Do you slip around a bit more or is it about the same as the stockers ?.
    I haven't tried many fast corners yet, but the butt and lower back part is more of a suede type of leather, so it keep you from sliding around a whole lot. They're definitely more slippery than stock, but not so much where I'm going to fly off of them
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    OooooK a few comments need to be made here...

    First off.. Yes I too think the STi is a bit Ricey But hey to each their own! (my car has and will have NO STi logos on it anywhere) See Even my fog light covers are WRX Not STi

    As for the leather being more slippery, I will be the first to say it is in NO way slippery! In fact in my car the leather actually holds me in the seat better than the cloth did. (Maybe Armin's slides more because of the suede??? I am not sure...?)

    I installed my entire kit including seat heaters up front and everything took me and a helper about 10 hours total... I was taking several pics along the way too so take about an hour off for that and probably another hour off for the wire running and wiring of the seat heaters...

    I think you could do the whole install in 8 hours with no pics and no wiring to run/do.

    since Everyone PMed me and asked, here is where I got mine!

    Last edited by HiFiWRX; 05-26-2003 at 10:58 PM.

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