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i have tlaked to a few people with this guys stuff and they are pleased. the shiping takes awhile becasue hes out of canada but he has some badass looking stuff. go give it look. http://www.rsdcustoms.com/rsd.htm
 

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i was looking at them for a rear seat delete kit for the track. they make reallu nice kits, and the vinyl ones look realy classy too- and with storage compartments.
 

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a lot more expensive and dont look nearly as cool! :D
 

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they are mostly 1/4" ply carpeted or covered. i just take the rear and pass. seats out for track passes though. i also took out the spare tire/jack and fiberglassed 1/4" ply over the hole to keep a sturdy trunk surface. the rsd is still about as half as heavy as the seats themselves.
 

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i need to do that to AB. i have no tire back there so my carpet has a huge sag ass in it. if ya wanna do a write up about how yo did it id read it
 

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The only problem I would have is that I have a hatch with the fuel cell and battery inside the vehicle and track rules require a metal fire barrier between the drivers compartment and the fuel cell. So I just gutted the heavy stuff out of the factory rear seat and left the cushioning on the factory metal backing and voila!! A metal fire barrier that folds down to cover the back seat.
 

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http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums/rear-seat-delete-vt1543.html

basically, i carpeted it for the V6FC race, but now i took the carpeting out from under rear seat and put the seat back in and completely removed the amp/subs/wiring harness. so for track time, my car is pretty stripped and safe. for street time, it is still passenger friendly...
 
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