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    good reclinable bucket seat

    i am lokking for a seat that i wont move around in drifting corners, but i can also recline. who makes a quality made seat for under $700? pics?
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    front lip
    remove fog lights
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    Re: good reclinable bucket seat

    Originally posted by turbowrxdrvr
    i am lokking for a seat that i wont move around in drifting corners, but i can also recline. who makes a quality made seat for under $700? pics?
    The OEM seat in an upright position? If you want aftermarket the Corbeau CR1 is my favorite... $399 a piece
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    '12 WRB Sedan

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    WOW that seat is awesome, anyone ahve a link to a website with it? I like the yellow!

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    Originally posted by bambams247
    WOW that seat is awesome, anyone ahve a link to a website with it? I like the yellow!

    http://www.corbeau.com/
    '12 WRB Sedan

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    yea that one is pretty ugly. i like this one from sparco or these other ones from recaro. i want a seat that is very buckety if that is a word but can recline.
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    Black WRX sedan:

    Future Mod's:
    Eibach springs
    TurboXS turboback w/ RFL TI
    Tripple guage A-pillar
    Blitz BLM guages
    some type if intake
    Samco intake pipe
    Samco hoses
    strut and sway bars
    front lip
    remove fog lights
    tint
    HKS BOV
    ect...

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    Black WRX sedan:

    Future Mod's:
    Eibach springs
    TurboXS turboback w/ RFL TI
    Tripple guage A-pillar
    Blitz BLM guages
    some type if intake
    Samco intake pipe
    Samco hoses
    strut and sway bars
    front lip
    remove fog lights
    tint
    HKS BOV
    ect...

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    Originally posted by turbowrxdrvr
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    Looks like a baby seat!

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    Let me know if there are any we can help with...we deal Corbeau, Recaro, Bride, and Sparco.

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    Originally posted by turbowrxdrvr
    yea that one is pretty ugly....
    Which seat? The corbeau! You must be blind...
    '12 WRB Sedan

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    Originally posted by turbowrxdrvr
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    the sparco seat is REALLY ugly.

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    The sparce looks really really ugly. Not to mention those aren't comfortable AT ALL! The stock seats are pretty suportive for factory seats! It's say Recaro over any of them!
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    Contrary to popular belief, a race seat does not mean it's uncomfortable....in fact a well suited one will be more comfortable even on long journeys than a typical car seat with less support. By the way, the EVO2 is a seat meant for larger drivers and the EVO 3 is for even fatter ones.

    One thing to consider is that if you wear bulky clothing say in winter but aren't necessarily big, the EVO 2 might be a comprise for you to take(just about an inch more space....)...The Pro2000 is slightly smaller, the Corsa is pretty snug(tighter than Pro2000) and a little more upright(barely...but you can adjust mounting a little depending on the sidemounts you get)
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    Do you have pics of the seats you sell on your site?

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    I sat in a Sparco Evo 2 seat at Hot Import Nights back in April, and out of the lot of Sparco seats they had there (and they had a good 5 or 6), they were the most comfortable and supportive seats out of the whole bunch. I don't think it's ugly at all...all I know is that they fit me well, were very supportive, and were just as comfortable as Ivan's STi v7 seats.
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