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Mr. Crossfire
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So I picked up my custom adjustable kirkey seat bracket yesterday and did some wrenching today to get ready for Spookfest on 29th. This is seat is actually comfortable to sit in and this mod only weighs about 25lbs. As most of you know my previous best is 11.21 and I have done the following mods/weight reduction mods to date.

*Front bumper support gone.
*Gutted my Kooks mid pipe.
*Removed my heavy duty bed mat.
*The kirkey and bracket as mentioned.
*New undated snout for my whipple.
*Big O and modified plenuimn for fitment.
*Tru Trac.
*Full tune up "plugs-oil-fuel filter"

I may have forgot a thing or 2, been real busy with the new job. Heres a pics of the seat and bracket, sorry about the quality the battery was gonna die.
 

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damit man thats going to extremes there brad. lol i guess whatever works right:bigtu
 

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Mr. Crossfire
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thanks for the compliments fellas, going to be interesting for sure
 

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Good Luck Brad.


:bigtu:bigtu-Bob
 

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That's some serious weight reduction lol

Not something I would do to my interior but good luck on the hunt for 10's!
It takes 15 minutes to remove the stock interior and bolt up the lightweight seat. I do it when I am ready to set a PB. I run full factory interior on the streets.
 

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