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post #1 of 3 Old 11-22-2005, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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aftermarket seasts corbeau

was wondering if anyone has put Corbeau fx1 pro seats in a fox body. I'm 6'1" and am concerned about the top of the seat hitting my (b pillar)? by my shoulder belt. Or if you put other seats in your car tell your height and weight and tell how you like your seats. I've done some searching and there isn't a lot of information/pics on seats. Thanks.


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I put in some CR1's in my 93 cobra and the seats sit higher than stock. I am 6'1" also and with a helmet I just cleared the headliner. Hope it helps.


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The FX1 Pro is designed with a tighter angle on the sholder bolsters to ensure it fits in more cars and avoids hitting the b-pillar.

The Corbeau bracket is the same height as a stock one. I'd think that with a FX1, you'd sit at stock height since it has much less padding than a CR1.

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