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Old 02-13-2009, 12:43 PM   #1
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Question Low position seat rail

Is there a company that has a low position seat rail for the driver seat on the Focus, specifically for the SVT?
I know that Memoryfab has one for a few cars but the Focus is not listed there
http://www.memoryfab.com/products/detail_accessories_5/
Or anybody knows a way to lower the seat an inch or two? The only thing I found is cutting some foam from the bottom portion but that will mess up the position of the lumbar support and I really need that.
The problem is that I don't really fit when I'm doing autocross with the helmet on and I have to stay in a kinda bad position during my runs.
If the car would not have a sunroof there would be no problem.
I know that some Recaro Pole Position will fix the problem but no money for that right now. Thanks!


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So I wrote to Memoryfab and asked them if they have a rail for the Focus but unfortunately they don't :(
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I guess that there isn't anything out there for this :(
Well Corbeau FX1 look very good and comfy so I might get one of those at some point.
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