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    300x seat light weight or carbon ??

    Hi guys

    i was wondering if someone have changed the back seat (the small one), lets say to carbon fiber with small openings to feed the hull with some air ?

    i checked macracing they have one but without the openings to let the air in and TBM the same issue.

    any ideas ??

    Thanks


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    Been around for years...seen it all Kawi-Guy's Avatar
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    It is very light, probably better to replace your front seat than the small rear piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawi-Guy View Post
    It is very light, probably better to replace your front seat than the small rear piece
    Am not looking for the lighter, I want a way to let the air gets in the hull easier.

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    I am working on one for the stx that does the same thing, the ultra would not be hard to do.

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by eissa View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kawi-Guy View Post
    It is very light, probably better to replace your front seat than the small rear piece
    Am not looking for the lighter, I want a way to let the air gets in the hull easier.
    There's a few Threads by contributing members on here regarding more air intake and removing exhaust air to and from the hull...look around , I've got my own...

    I don't understand this carbon fiber thing,just not worth the cost for the amount of accel and speed you'll achieve,so pricey...eat salads

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    Quote Originally Posted by eissa View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kawi-Guy View Post
    It is very light, probably better to replace your front seat than the small rear piece
    Am not looking for the lighter, I want a way to let the air gets in the hull easier.
    If you really want more air! Just do the air mods listed on here.I took my seat completely off( The Big main seat)last week and it made absolutely NO difference in RPM`s! Try it and you will see.Do a WOT run with your seat on and then take it off,I`ll bet you want see a difference in speed or rpm`s if you have the basic air mods.

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    You have to remember that the holes in the rear will only let air out not in, its a low pressure zone.

    Sean

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    Thanks all for your points

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