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I'm desperately looking for those seats, I tried contacting you via email a month ago, but you didn't respond. are they available? I know it is very hard to find them.
I also posted on the cf dash kit group buy. if I can get them both it'd be great...
actually, if I can order from you, I'll throw in some other parts that I've seen on your website and I definately want them. I have the money waiting, if you talk to me, we can do bussiness.
I'm talking about a 4-5K order and I'm not fooling around. for shipping please bare in mind that I leave in europe.
'92 white Mazda RX-7 FD3S
'08 white Mercedes-Benz SL350
'07 black Honda CB600F Hornet
Can you answer his question about the rails? Im curious myself. I've been told that the rails don't sit in the stock position.
I have a pair of these that I sourced from Ramy...............
The RZ seat rails have a built in tilt feature. Since the seats have a fixed seat back this allows you to adjust the seat back angle. Direct bolt in with seatbelt buckle that slides with the seat like the 93-95 seat.
The rails are a low profile, giving you a little more headroom. You could probably use washers, duct tape & lag bolts to adapt the 93-95 seat rails to the RZ seats, but they are going to be spaced higher. Even if the your 93-95 seat rails can be made to fit the RZ seats, I wouldn't use them.
Normally the RZ & Spirit R seats will include the rails.
If not, you should get a major discount. The seat rails, by themselves, are a bitch to find.
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As Sled Driver said, the rails are bolt on, and come w/ the seats. They are EXTREMELY difficult to source, and are quite expensive to buy new (on the order of well over a grand). That's why I have a disclaimer about the seats that my priority is to source and sell to you guys the best condition SEATS. The rails, however, are a "you get what you get" kinda deal. I can't promise you'll get the tilt function on either or both seats (it was an option, not a standard function). I even have a seat here and there w/o any rails, which can be used w/ the OEM rails, as is mentioned too. So bottom line is, I do my best to get the best SEATS, cuz trust me, that's hard enough to find as it is. If we wanna staggard seats w/ and w/o rails + the tilt function, the price would go up, cuz it would take MUCH longer to find, AND may involve buying multiple seats to piece together a set of seats w/ matching rails...