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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-22-2008, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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found some racing seats at murray's

Ok Murray's has 2 different brands,which I should of written down the name of them.The one that had cushioning actually and looked nicer for 135 each.The other one was hard no cushioning it seems for 40 dollars each but I believe it was after a mail and rebate.They did look nice though for the price,but if I was going to go with the cheaper route that means getting seat covers that have cushion.The one I notice from Gravana tuning would be similiar to the one from Murray's actually.Here is a picture of what it looks like.Those seats look way more comfortable then the ones in the cobalt already.Cobra Imola II GT Fixed Racing Seat - Blue - Gravana Tuning - 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Coupe 2.2

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i don't see the big deal with the stock seats. I find the decently comfortable. I only find them hardish on cold days in the morning.



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i quite enjoy my stocker seats, more comfortable than my parents Mazda 3 brick chairs
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Racing seats in cobalt = pointless. Stock seats are fine, and if you must have something different, you can spend way less money than that.

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if anything find covers that have a racing color scheme and do that. the cobalt seats already have a racing shape to them. I want to cover mine but if i go the route i want its like $400. I want to get covers from coverking and do every thing the front and back. They're fitted so thats why they're $$$.



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well thats what I wanted to do in the first place was grab the seat covers,that are at least comfortable.

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