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Bride Exas III - Black Logo Full Bucket Seat (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic)

$1,800.00
SALE $1,764.00
For each

Part#: F33HMR

Seat Frame : Carbon Fiber
Color Outer : Black
Reclinability : Bucket
Color Inner : Black
Material : Buckskin


  Bride Exas III - Black Logo Full Bucket Seat (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic)
 






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Fits On:
All Cars (Universal), All Jeeps (Universal), All Muscle Cars (Universal), All SUVs (Universal), All Trucks (Universal), All Va... See more

Description:
Bride bucket seats are among the top in the Japanese racing circuit. The highest quality construction makes the Exas III extremely lightweight and durable.

It is designed to fit vehicles with a very tight cockpit. The shoulder supports are 2.2 inches (80mm) shorter than the Zeta III.

Features:
•Sparkling silver metallic fiberglass finish.
• New buckskin material and fabric dye.
• Redesigned head and knee support.
• Available in red, black, and gradation.
ABOUT BRIDE
Bride is probably the most famous JDM seat manufacturer in the world. All Bride parts are made in Japan, and as with so many other JDM parts Bride parts have incredible quality. The difference in quality between a cheaply-made racing seat and a Bride racing seat goes beyond sitting comfort. It goes as far as improving your safety, since Bride seats engineered with safety in mind.
FAQs
Q: I drive my car a lot. How do I know which of these seats is the most comfortable? Will all these seats be more comfortable than my factory seats?
A: In general, most racing seats are more firm that factory seats, since most racing seats are made with performance and lateral support in mind. So that means that while they won't necessarily be stiff, they're certainly not designed specifically to be cushy for long road trips either. That said, there are things you can do to maximize comfort with aftermarket seats. A lot of seat comfort has to do with proper adjustment, and this applies to factory seats as well. Always try different positions, along with various steering wheel adjustments, to find out which combination works best for your body type and height. Your knees should be slightly bent when touching the floor, without having to stretch to reach the pedals. The seat back should put your shoulders behind your hips, ideally so that your upper torso is at a 100-110 degree angle to your thighs. If your seat has other fine adjustments such as height or lumbar, play around with them until your seating position feels just right.

Q: Do racing seats come in pairs?
A: Unless specifically notated otherwise in our product listings webpage, racing seats are sold individually.

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