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  • New Seat, Shifter, and Wheel Installed +Battery +Harness

    Well finally I have everything installed. I ended up making my own custom bracket for the seat using the stock tabs. It came out pretty well. Pictures below for those who requested.

    Seat is a Sparco Sprint Racing Seat, Shifter is a Momo Combat Evo, and the Wheel is a Momo Race Series.









    --Adam
    2002 Subaru WRX - 2012 Yeti SB66 MTB

    http://www.facebook.com/adam.koback

  • #2
    nice ass setup bro!
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    • #3
      how much that all set you back?
      2015 Ford Mustang - DD
      2013 Kia Sorento SX V6
      1978 Buick Century Custom - 42k Original Miles

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      • #4
        looks pretty good, clean

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        • #5
          I like it
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          • #6
            Seat was $250 with sliders off a friend, wheel was $205, and the shifter $80. It totally changes the comfort level at speed seriously. I can't believe I never put a seat in the wagon.

            --Adam
            2002 Subaru WRX - 2012 Yeti SB66 MTB

            http://www.facebook.com/adam.koback

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            • #7
              So I just got finished doing my battery install today. Gosh I love the extra room in the engine bay!!

              14lb Odyssey PC680



              --Adam
              2002 Subaru WRX - 2012 Yeti SB66 MTB

              http://www.facebook.com/adam.koback

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              • #8
                Adam.......rip all that carpet out and save somemore weight. LOL!



                I likey your wheel. They make adapters now?
                I Only Worry When My SES Light Goes Out....

                I'm Officially in the 200,000+ mile club

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by scooter
                  Adam.......rip all that carpet out and save somemore weight. LOL!



                  I likey your wheel. They make adapters now?
                  There's a guy by the Ryan (North) on SaturnSpot who makes them.

                  Also, the carpet in the trunk area is definitely coming out hahah.

                  --Adam
                  2002 Subaru WRX - 2012 Yeti SB66 MTB

                  http://www.facebook.com/adam.koback

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by adamkob32
                    Originally posted by scooter
                    Adam.......rip all that carpet out and save somemore weight. LOL!



                    I likey your wheel. They make adapters now?
                    There's a guy by the Ryan (North) on SaturnSpot who makes them.

                    Also, the carpet in the trunk area is definitely coming out hahah.

                    --Adam
                    Yeah, I tried asking for pictures of the adapter from that guy. I think given our (Dad & I) nature he was turned off... how much did just the adapter set you back? I may just purchase from the guy. And, a silly question, but do most aftermarket steering wheels share a generic bolt pattern? I'm going Sparco...
                    '94 SL2: The Detail Junky (Will it ever run? Does it even exist?)
                    '95 SW2: The Daily Junky 3 (388k Champion)
                    '95 SL2: The Daily Junky 5 (aka Snow Junky 2)

                    The Detail Junky Build

                    "Saturn people like a different kind of Escargot: Redefining the association between Saturns and Snails."

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                    • #11
                      Yea the Sparco will fit, the price was really really high for a freaking steering wheel hub, but I wanted to use this wheel so I bit the bullet anyway. Price is $180 for everything right now. It really doesn't work well on the 1st gen interior like mine either. I had to give up use of the steering clock and I'm still trying to figure out a way to get the horn going.

                      --Adam
                      2002 Subaru WRX - 2012 Yeti SB66 MTB

                      http://www.facebook.com/adam.koback

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                      • #12
                        Hmm... may have to yank a wheel and take look behind there, see what I can't come up with. An adapter couldn't be to hard I imagine. You uhh... wouldn't happen to have any pictures would you?
                        '94 SL2: The Detail Junky (Will it ever run? Does it even exist?)
                        '95 SW2: The Daily Junky 3 (388k Champion)
                        '95 SL2: The Daily Junky 5 (aka Snow Junky 2)

                        The Detail Junky Build

                        "Saturn people like a different kind of Escargot: Redefining the association between Saturns and Snails."

                        For Sale Thread (Current Items: 9-Bolt Head, 9-Bolt Timing Cover, 5-Bolt Timing Cover)
                        Wanted Thread (None)

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                        • #13
                          quite nice, love that steering wheel.
                          lawd it's been a long time

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                          • #14
                            Re: New Seat, Shifter, and Wheel Installed +Battery

                            Originally posted by Section 14.2.D of 2006 Solo Rules
                            Alternate steering wheels are allowed except that steering
                            wheels with an integral airbag may not be changed.
                            Did you not have an airbag?

                            Nice seat, BTW. Are you going to replace the passenger seat as well?

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                            • #15
                              btw.. it doesn't look like you did so... you probably shoudl of sanded the paint to bare metal for your ground.
                              lawd it's been a long time

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