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Old 12-02-2014, 10:28 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Prodigy View Post
dis my first autocross today...

similar build to you but taller..

6'4" 180lbs 34 inseam 34 waist...

I *fit* the FD while wearing a helmet, but the helmet is also touching the headliner, and getting in/our is a real pita with it on, fwiw I'm rhd too..

jdm type r (R1 basicly) with factory seats/rails/foam.

woukd I like more room, yes, do I need it for auto x, nope... for circuit, yes I woukd do something...

I'm 6'3" about 215 and have the same problem as you. I bought the rails that Adam Griffith made. They bolt right to the floor and fit a bucket racing seat (side mount). I sat in his EVO 2's with the same rails and fit pretty well. I'm getting the same seats.

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Old 11-01-2015, 08:54 PM   #17
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thread resurrection!!!! I'm gonna be importing an FD as soon as its legal.. .couple more years i think. anymore advice?
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