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Old 13-10-2006, 12:32 PM   #1
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[JDM] Mazdaspeed Seats

Mazdaspeed Seats.

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Synthetic Leather 'Sport' seats come in Red, White or Black with the Grey MS centre. White and Black most common.
'Type-F' Suede ones come in Navy Blue, Black, Red or Grey. Black most common.

Rails are built-in to the seat - and therefore they are a universal rail - but there are car-specific brackets that attach to each corner of the rails.

They are now unavailable new, as they (along with many older MS parts) have been discontinued.

Secondhand ones will appear below, and generally sell for about 15000-40000 per seat, or 40000-80000 a pair (depending on condition of course)
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Old 26-03-2007, 05:04 PM   #2
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how damn nice are the
Suede ones in Navy Blue and the Black ones :P

man i wish sum1 sold them cheap i would try to snak a set of them :P
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Old 19-04-2007, 05:46 PM   #3
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People been checkin' out your MS seat install thread then pop over here for a look hehe.

That 30000yen, black seat(s) auction, how much to land that here in NZ?
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Old 19-04-2007, 10:47 PM   #4
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C'mon people, click the link. i can't do all the work for you....this means you, Kyle :P

But in this case, only one pictured of the Black Type F, so only one seat.

current bid is 30000, buy it now is 45000. 23 hours left.

based on a 35000 sell price, it'd be about $740 landed in Aus, and at a guess +100 to ship to NZ.

You'd be better off buying the 60000yen pair of black Sport ones higher up the thread, IMO. Only one lot of fees/shipping etc then, and would be under $1300 for the pair.
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Old 04-06-2007, 05:48 PM   #5
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Just a quick question about these seats to satisfy my own curiosity (not in the market myself, maybe in the future if I start prettying up the ol' 323).

Do any/all of these seats suit a 2-door (eg. the drivers backrest in my 323 flips forward and the passengers backrest flips forward and slides the base forward in the one motion)?
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:42 PM   #6
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They all flip forward via the lever on the side, but don't slide forward as well. At least not with my BA application.
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Old 19-07-2007, 12:03 PM   #7
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Just a quick question about these seats to satisfy my own curiosity (not in the market myself, maybe in the future if I start prettying up the ol' 323).

Do any/all of these seats suit a 2-door (eg. the drivers backrest in my 323 flips forward and the passengers backrest flips forward and slides the base forward in the one motion)?
Flip forward only, the rail kits do not have the provision to slide either.

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Old 27-07-2007, 02:00 PM   #8
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Just a quick question about these seats to satisfy my own curiosity (not in the market myself, maybe in the future if I start prettying up the ol' 323).

Do any/all of these seats suit a 2-door (eg. the drivers backrest in my 323 flips forward and the passengers backrest flips forward and slides the base forward in the one motion)?
I was wrong actually, the go a ridiculously long way forward, but you have to hold the adjusting arm up. So they'd be fine for a hatch.
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Oh for what it's worth - my size person doesn't fit well in the the seats, the thigh bolsters need to be spread to make them seats useable. Slimmer people would be fine though.

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Old 16-08-2007, 04:57 PM   #10
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I've sat in the MS seats and I like them. Problem I found was that the MS rails mimic the JDM rails so they sit the seats much further forward than ADM and don't go back as far.
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Old 21-10-2007, 04:05 PM   #11
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I've sat in the MS seats and I like them. Problem I found was that the MS rails mimic the JDM rails so they sit the seats much further forward than ADM and don't go back as far.
if you know what your doing this can be negated by making a set like what i had
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I should stop looking at these and get mine retrimmed instead. They're looking a bit "loved"
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can u get back seats for a BJ model?
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Old 13-11-2007, 07:47 PM   #14
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You can't get back seats for any car.
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Old 20-04-2008, 08:41 PM   #15
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Pair of RX8 Type Fs in Black/grey

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current bid is 66250yen/$67, 6 days
Would these fit in a BA Hatch without too much effort Rupe?
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Would these fit in a BA Hatch without too much effort Rupe?
It wouldn't take too much effort. The rails on each MS seat are identical, but there's little brackets that go on each corner of the rail that are different for each car. Lantis/Astina one are pretty rare, but they wouldn't be that hard to get someone to fabricate some - it's just 3 or 4mm bent steel. Getting them new is virtually impossible though.
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It wouldn't take too much effort. The rails on each MS seat are identical, but there's little brackets that go on each corner of the rail that are different for each car. Lantis/Astina one are pretty rare, but they wouldn't be that hard to get someone to fabricate some - it's just 3 or 4mm bent steel. Getting them new is virtually impossible though.
Could i use the rails from my existing seats or are they solidly attached?
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Could i use the rails from my existing seats or are they solidly attached?
You can remove the raill from you standard seats...but i'm honestly not sure if they're interchangeable with the MS ones - i've never needed to try.

You'll be in this situation for any aftermarket seats you buy, as few make rails to fit a BA. At least i've got some mounts i can send you diagrams of.
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At least i've got some mounts i can send you diagrams of.
Yep send the pics/diagrams, one of my clients is a steel engineering works with computer lathes and all the other stuff, if they can make a set for me, i'll see if they can make 10-12 other sets for anyone else needing them.
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Might take me a bit to get detailed specs, as i'd have to pull my seats out

I'll take some pics during the week tho.
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