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PCI ADJUSTABLE MOUNTS
Wondering how to mount that new race seat? Pro Car Innovations Adjustable Seat Mounts takes the guessing game out of this install. Finding the correct seat brackets can be almost impossible where most end up with a self-fabricated mount. PCI has invested the research in order to create an ingeniously crafted safe design that is easily adjustable to accommodate multiple applications. The PCI Racing Spec Seat Mount has the largest range of adjustment and lowest possible seat fitment of any seat mount we have come across.
Precision CNC laser cut and bent from 1/8" 3mm carbon steel
One piece no weld design
Multi way adjustability
5 and 6 point sub belt mounting locations
Single tool adjustments with bottom locking hardware
Zinc plated hardware
Powder coated base and side mounts
Stainless steel laser etched bolt on logo plates
Delrin side mount spacers included in kit
The bottom bracket is a CNC bent one piece design that allows for use of lighter 1/8 steel vs. heavy 3/16
Uniquely designed for the Miata for the best possible fitment
Mounts to factory bolt locations with precise factory fitment
Includes holes for 5 and 6 point sub belt mounting
Hassle free easy installation
3mm carbon steel
CNC laser cut, CNC bent
Black wrinkle/silver powder coat
Zinc plated grade 8 hardware
+/- 10 degrees seat tilting
Why 1/8 steel vs. 3/16 steel?
It is simple! PCI mounts are cut and formed completely from one piece. With this design the mounts can achieve the same strength if not more by having bends and altering the shape to areas where increased strength and stiffness is required. So don t be fooled by bigger and heavier is better. 3/16 is more widely used for the simplicity of design, manufacturing and the ease of welding.
Sean's Application Notes:
I always dreamed about an off the shelf seat mount for the Miata, but after so many disappointing products I had nearly given up. The PCI seat mount makes mounting your race seat a breeze and a legitimate bolt in process.. PCI has also made it very easy for those installing 5 and 6 point harnesses with integrated sub strap mounting points. Seat brackets include locking hardware for adjustment but does not include seat mounting hardware, these bolts are included with the seat.
This bracket is "OK".
The reason most of you will be buying this bracket (like me) is that you want to sit as low as possible. Unfortunately it is NOT possible to use the lowest slots/holes in this bracket if using a Sparco Sprint seat. This may only be an issue for this seat but I want anyone else who buys this to know that! In addition, the hammering required on the trans tunnel to center the seat on the steering wheel is NOT insignificant. Expect to spend some time doing this while trying to protect your carpet (if you don't pull it out).
I had to grind off the upper slot of the brackets to recess the bracket into the seat more, to allow me to use the "second to lowest" settings. In addition, I am 5'10" and I can BARELY reach the clutch comfortably when fully depressed due to how far back I am.
- This bracket is not for short drivers
- Sparco Sprint doesn't get low enough
- When in the lower settings, the rear of the bracket extrudes into the seat hip holes for the belts, which means the belts would run over this and start to wear on it. Unfortunately I also had to grind a large portion of this down so that it would not interfere.
Other than that, I'd say it does what a bracket is supposed to. $200 is pricey though for having to modify it to work anyway! This will NOT be a plug and play bracket if you have a Sparco Sprint.
Bolted in very easily, clear instructions, Sparco Sprint lined up perfectly, and sub straps can be mounted to the bracket. No complaints, it does everything I need it to and does a very good job of it.
Five stars for product quality
Fewer for disagreement between current design and installation instructions.
Flush install of the baseplate requires more space than the transmission tunnel allows. For those unfamiliar with bodywork, instructions suggesting that you should tap with a hammer are a bit misleading. If keeping the carpet, about 6" near the front mounting point needs to move, up to about an inch. It takes effort to achieve that much deflection, and you should take your time to avoid splitting the metal, or going further than necessary. Progress accelerates once you turn the convex surface to concave.