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Old 12-01-2012, 08:58 PM
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srt8 seats are one of the few things I wish was an available option on the r/t, they feel better, more supportive and are more comfortable than the r/t seat which i will say isn't that bad either. I test drove both before getting an r/t but really wish i could have got a set of front srt8 seats to make the r/t the perfect driving experience. (for me)
After i changed seatcovers to tan, there is no way I'd switch now as i'd have to get tan covers to match and the seat just isn't uncomfortable enough to justify the switch.
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the seats were 1 of the many reasons I got my SRT....
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I am 6'8" 44 waist and test drove the SRT before purchasing the RT and loved the seats. Just my opinion.
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Is this something new?
I'll have to take a closer look next time we're at an event but my RT seats are the same as the SRT seats but without the colored insert. At least mine have purple sticking :-)
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I sat in a IE 392. #98 to be exact, trying to convince my brother to buy it... and holy #### those seats are comfy. Id spend the money on em, because the only other seats id say get are 1800 each, and those are SPARCO hand made italian leather & CF.

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