Ryan @ GWR wrote:First update, safety!
High speeds and competition require good safety equipment. Whether your series or track organization allows it or not, you don't really want to be sliding around in a factory seat while pushing right at the limit of traction. Any time I track a car with a factory seat I end up with bruises on both knees by the end of the day from trying to keep myself in one place.
Sparco Evo II US that we had sitting around from one of our other projects is a perfect fit for this car, on PCI seat mount with a Sparco 6 point harness donated by Hyper:
JonY314 wrote:Quick question regarding the PCI seat bracket...Does this bracket follow the same base as the old Goodwin NC bracket you used to sell? The rake of your old bracket was essentially flush with the welded front seat cross member in the NC. I'm wanting to confirm that the front of the PCI bracket stays as close as possible to the factory seat cross member (welded to the tub). I just tried the Sparco seat base and after the front bolt holes, the rake raises up at least 1/2" or more over the welded front cross member, which makes it too high for me. Thanks.
Let me know if you are not following what I'm asking.
hufflepuff wrote:Saw in a previous post that Yoko a052 is much wider than re71r both in 255/40/17. Can you comment on speed difference
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