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Kevin Pullen - WSCC Treasurer

Looking to get better seats for my SEIW it’s currently got original 90’s slabs with headrests 

want to keep on sliders if possible and intending to fit 4 point harness what are the options

dont need to be FIA as most I’m ever likely to do is a track day, just mainly spirited and Sunday drives

rough price options as well if you have them

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Geoffrey Carter (Buttercup)

JK Composites are really comfortable, smart and a great price.

Also look at Tilletts.

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Kevin Pullen - WSCC Treasurer

What sort of money are they

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AndrewBClarke

Try Intatrim. Can be heated if desired!

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Mole

on their site says £260 per pair..

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Kevin Pullen - WSCC Treasurer
20 minutes ago, Geoffrey (Buttercup) - North Yorkshire AO said:

I would give them a ring.

http://www.jkcomposites.com/sevens/

Like the look of those

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Kevin Pullen - WSCC Treasurer
14 minutes ago, AndrewBClarke said:

Try Intatrim. Can be heated if desired!

Have sent them a message 

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AndrewBClarke

Took a long time but good when you get them. I bought oddesy seats, heated and with quilted panels. Also sliders (which are shorter than the Westfield ones so slightly more complicated to fit).  As they are foam based on a grp base, they are not as comfortable as the old Westfield version but firmer and hold you well. 

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Mighty Mart

Another vote for Intatrim. Very pleased with mine.

mart.

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andy665

Rob at Intatrim is great to deal with - full design service so your seats will end up unique to you. 

I have Stoneleigh GT seats in mine and very happy with them - the heated option makes a big difference at this time of year

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Chris King - Webmaster

As well as looking great, JKs are unbelievably comfortable seats.

On our Alps trip I did a few 10-12 hr days sat in them no problem.

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chriss1455

Depending on what style your after and obviously your price range. I will throw tillet b6 in the mix.

Just as chris says some long stints on our alps trip and was never uncomfortable

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Chris King - Webmaster
1 hour ago, chriss1455 said:

Depending on what style your after and obviously your price range. I will throw tillet b6 in the mix.

Just as chris says some long stints on our alps trip and was never uncomfortable

Good call - they do look so cool and remember that @Tillett Car Seats are one of our Sponsors and will be able to give you help and advice as well as a discount.

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AndrewBClarke

Heated seat allows you to do this!  Last Wednesday took a 2hr drive to the Peak District and went over Winnates Pass. Warm as toast without a roof on!

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