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Last Review Posted by indigorallye - posted: Sat July 31, 2010 5:51am [ Post a Review
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I'm now using these seats in my race car and they are fantastic. Very supportive and very comfortable. I've had them a few years now and still no signs of wear and tear. Great product at a great price. www.ybracing.co.uk
Product Details: "WRC Seat" by indigorallye - posted: Tue November 11, 2008 - Rating: ********** 10.00

Last Review Posted by indigorallye - posted: Sat July 31, 2010 2:21am [ Post a Review
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Replaced my Mintex pads with these as a bit of a gamble. Well worth it! Readily available from 106parts.com and at a very good price. Been fitted in my race car for past 4 races and have had no issues whatsoever.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "971C Brake pads" by dynofiend - posted: Fri May 23, 2008 - Rating: ********** 9.67

Last Review Posted by indigorallye - posted: Thu November 13, 2008 3:08am [ Post a Review


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I wanted to insure the Rallye for the road. However, I'm only going to be doing circa 5000 miles per year. Also, all my no claims discount was being used on my main car. Not to mention the fact that the Rallye is heavily modified. This left me as a problem to most underwriters. It seems that if you mention roll cage then they don't want to know. It seems there are a few that will offer cover (Adrian Flux & LV I believe) but this comes at a cost and I felt that they didn't offer the product that I wanted. I came across CCI and spoke with them over the phone to see if they can offer road protection. I was e-mailed a form to fill out which covered my driving history, the car details but more importantly what features I needed and wanted. The top and bottom of it was that I was offered third party cover for 220. Not only that, I was very impressed with the service and the way the whole transaction was conducted. Thank you, and highly reccomended. Well worth a try for your competition car.

Rating: 8
Product Details: "Road Traffic Act Cover" by indigorallye - posted: Thu November 13, 2008 - Rating: ******** 8.00

Last Review Posted by indigorallye - posted: Thu November 13, 2008 2:59am [ Post a Review
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I have used several seats in the past including a Sparco Evo, Magnum and Corbeau. When it came time to order a new one for my S1 I only really considered the Sparco. However, whilst browsing the DT catalogue the weight of this seat caught my eye. It is 6.6kg's, which is lighter than any seat Sparco can offer in the f/glass range. Not only that, it has deep thigh supports which i really like. They were ordered (from ybracing of course) and arrived the next day. I went for the blue, but they are also available in black and red. I also ordered some side mounts and 106 subframes. As a result fitment was a doddle. I bolted the side mounts to the seats, fitted the subframes to the car and then bolted the seats in. Easy peasy! I am yet to use them in the Rallye for any great distance, but so far they have been excellent. No numb bum- it's great. I highly reccomended them, in fact if you see me around then just ask to have a sit in them.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "WRC Seat" by indigorallye - posted: Tue November 11, 2008 - Rating: ********** 10.00

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