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Old 10-17-2017, 08:10 AM   #1
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Widest Seat in an S14?

Interested in hearing about the widest (shoulder width) seat that someone has cleanly fit in an S14 still running the door panels. I picked up an OMP WRC XL used here locally and some planted brackets and at 665mm wide this thing is not even close. I am now looking into other options but not sure what width range I need to be considering a Sparco Evo II is around 600mm, but I also really like the non XL version of the OMP which is about 620mm.

Any insight? Thanks!
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Interested in hearing about the widest (shoulder width) seat that someone has cleanly fit in an S14 still running the door panels. I picked up an OMP WRC XL used here locally and some planted brackets and at 665mm wide this thing is not even close. I am now looking into other options but not sure what width range I need to be considering a Sparco Evo II is around 600mm, but I also really like the non XL version of the OMP which is about 620mm.

Any insight? Thanks!
My Bride Vorgas are 550mm I believe and they fit without touching but barely.

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I have a Sparo Pro 200II in my S14, using slightly modified Planted brackets it fits. This seat is 590mm wide.
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I've run sparco evo II and now have evo II plus (a bit narrower) for years in my s13s.
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I have a Sparo Pro 200II in my S14, using slightly modified Planted brackets it fits. This seat is 590mm wide.
What sort of modifications did you have to do? Thanks
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I have a Sparco Evo2 US on Street Faction seat rails in my kouki.

The rails put me pretty off centerline of the steering wheel, i'm closer to the door than the trans tunnel. Other than that, it fits with a little trimming on the outer rail.
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