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Old 07-03-2009, 09:17 AM   #31 (permalink)
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the probax seats are my dream seats too! Wish they'd license the tech to an aftermarket seat company or sell aftermarket seats.

Great thread, I love reading through a nice build like this. Can't wait to see what the future holds!
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Thanks for the kind words everyone. I'm loving all the work. Gotta get off my ass and swap my 99 motor in next...



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Looks great, I dig the r-lip with splitter! And I want your suspension setup!

I'll take the seats too..
Thanks! I cut out the splitter not long after buying the car and it's just been sitting on my workbench for months. Felt good to get it bolted on.



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i WILL steal your seats if i ever see your car.
hehe. No you wouldn't. Cause they're in my living room. *kicks self*
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Good luck with the Probax, man!
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The Probax are no longer in my living room! I dropped them at the local Spec builder last Thursday along with my shitty brackets to help out as a template. I *will* have them in my car! SOON! I'm excited.
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Sure wish the main thread title could be updated.... anyways, I have a small update. Got an alignment!



On the rack. I'm kinda disappointed that the ride height looks so HIGH from down where I was standing.



Before-numbers. Sorry for the crappy quality. Manual focus 50mm from the driver's seat. Note the crazy toe-out in front. The rear camber at -3.2/3.7 is somewhat impressive to me too. I don't usually run with that much.



After-numbers. Still in the driver's seat, but leaning over the door to get the shot with no windshield in the way. Much nicer numbers.



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wow...over -2deg? How much do you drive it?
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2-3 times a week. Not that much. I've had this same set of Yok ES100s for over 2 years...
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2-3 times a week. Not that much. I've had this same set of Yok ES100s for over 2 years...
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the probax seats are my dream seats too! Wish they'd license the tech to an aftermarket seat company or sell aftermarket seats.
Do the Corbeaus (LE-Standard, LE-Driver, LE-Pro, and LE-X) count? I say that half jokingly because they're not Probax and they're only available across the 'Pond, but they are available and at least somewhat derived from the Elise seat...
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Probax: the company is trying to sell their stuff to airlines last I heard. They may have succeeded by now, since that news is a couple years old. I believe they're also trying to get it out to other OEMs besides Lotus as well.

Also, I snapped a good one that I'm whoring all over CR tonight. There was a crazy lightning storm last night right before sunset. The sky was ORANGE instead of blue, but too bright to photograph. I waited and the storm kept coming. I drove out to an abandoned neighborhood near here and set up my tripod and sat in the street. Click click click. I finally got a GREAT one. This is a single exposure. I can't believe my luck.

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Any chance I could get that pic in hi-res?
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Old 07-20-2009, 12:05 AM   #42 (permalink)
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Nice build and nice shots. What camera are you using? Keep up the good work.
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Nice build! the new tophats looks amazing! And I really like your strip!
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Old 07-31-2009, 11:05 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Not a whole lot to update. I did a blog post and called it "project spyshots." lol. Cause, well, I've got some parts pix that I wanted to post.

Firstly, doors. I've been trying to put together all the parts to refurbish my door panels. I wanted to do the lower panels in diamond stitched vinyl and have been waiting for about 6 weeks to get that all squared away. Finally got it. Now I'm waiting on some door handles. Anyways...



it's REALLY pretty vinyl.


and I've always wanted some of these. The covers came from zoom2zoom here on CR. I got the factory grills from Mazdacomp for $14 each.




and.... Elise seat pix!














These are the brackets the local Spec Miata shop has built me. They're just tacked onto my spare set of seat rails for test fitting. They needed a little adjustment. But man, they're STRONG. The side mounts are wonderfully stiff. Much safer than what I had built.

The front mounts are a nice solution as well. Angle iron to deal with the bottom mounts and square tubing to get the correct lean-back. It really gives a feeling of thigh support. Damn comfortable. And the seatbacks fit under my rollbar. Yay!

Anyways, I hope to have mounted Elise seat pix next week.
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Adam...those outer mounts on the front look a little thin. What thickness did you go with?
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Old 08-01-2009, 10:34 AM   #46 (permalink)
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I'm not sure. 1/16? The side mounts bolting to both locations and being welded along the entire length of the sliders are strong enough by themselves. I believe they're 5/16. The front/bottom mounts are really just for positioning and angle. They don't really need ultimate strength IMHO.

Still, all edges will be completely seam welded.
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WOW great build glad to see you back stronger than ever
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You must not be too tall, with those mounts my head would be hitting my hardtop. Then again, for my head not to hit the hardtop (with a helmut on) I need my seat bolted to the floor . . .

The Probax seats must be better than the regular seats on a '06 Elise, I drove one not too long ago and I wasn't too impressed. My FX-1 Pro was more comfortable.

I love those LE speaker covers

EDIT: Also what gauges are those? They have a clean OEM look, and that appeals to me
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I'm 5'10. The PERFECT height for Elise seats it seems. The headrest covers my head perfectly at full neck extension. I got really lucky with the seat fit. Plus, I fit fine with a full winter coat on, something I can't do in my real race seat.

As for height, I sit a little less than an inch lower than the stock seat. It's not great, but it's ok for daily driving. Not much chance of passing a broomstick check or fitting under a hardtop. But I've got my real (yet expired) Momo race seat for that...

do you mean my center gauges above the radio? VDO Industrial Chrome line. They're now kinda rare. I need a new water temp gauge but they're hard to find. I might switch to VDO series 1. But they look good and are cheap.
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I'm 5'10. The PERFECT height for Elise seats it seems. The headrest covers my head perfectly at full neck extension. I got really lucky with the seat fit. Plus, I fit fine with a full winter coat on, something I can't do in my real race seat.
Lucky...
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I love the look of the VDO gauges, I wish they had an A/F gauge.
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I've been planning, gathering parts, and working on this silly door panel project for about 6 weeks. Various parts took a while to come in. I realized I wanted other parts. It was crazy scope creep. But here we are! Super-vintage-retro doors.



So bland. I hate this. I swapped them out with my slightly-prettier 97 door panels back in January when I first got the 95. Sorry for the angle of the sun. This is the only shot I ever took of these hideously boring things. And NO arm rest!!!! GAH. I rest my elbow on that thing almost constantly while driving.



Note: MEASURE how much vinyl you need first. I didn't do that and got lucky. There was juuuuust enough to cover both panels with the diamonds going long-ways. I got it from EZ Boy Interiors on ebay. I highly recommend calling them up and ordering that way. Google has their website.



Remove the stock vinyl from the door card. That gave me an instant pattern. I stuck it down with some of my wife's sewing pins and cut my precious new vinyl.



And there we go! Old and busted on the bottom, new hotness on the top. Gotta love that orange padding.



Nothing left to do but staple it down. The stock vinyl was held with a combination of spray adhesive and staples. I used all staples. I had this small helper, see. He wanted to get "jiggy" with the staple gun. It was cute till he went after the cat.




Following the stock vinyl pattern for the corners really helped. I got perfect fitment and no bunching. And I used a LOT of staples.




Not much to it. At this point I was somewhat amazed at just how easy it is to recover these Miata door cards. No wonder everyone does it.



I couldn't help but flip the panels over and lay the speaker covers on top. Things are looking good! I just used my straight 95 door tops in this shot. They'll not be going on the final product. I love the look of the more bolstered 97 tops. And these 95 tops belong to XCLR8TN (Jess) now anyway.




A quick break from vinyl. I've had the KG Works door handles for a couple years and love them dearly. They feel awesome when you wrap your fingers around them. Very much worth the money. But they're plastic. I've always worried about them breaking. When I found a set of Aerodramatics aluminum ones on ebay for $40, I jumped. They look EXACTLY the same. They're indeed identical except from the material used. But it was worth it to me to not worry about ever having to go back to the stock handles.




Yes, this is the next thing to modify. The 95 door cards have smaller speaker openings than the 93LE speaker covers. I traced the hole, cut the vinyl with scissors, and then went to work on the wood with my dremel. Easy stuff.



One round hole, no waiting! After cutting this, I took a black sharpie to the orange vinyl padding so as to hide it a bit better behind the grille. It worked. You can't see it anymore.



Done! Looking not bad at all in my very humble opinion. Mounting the 97 door tops on the 95 door cards was easy. I just drilled a couple extra holes at the right spot (in the back where the bolster is thicker) and was able to screw them down. Why go to this trouble? I like my 97 door cards still. I might want to swap back to them.




On the top: 97 door panels with KG Works plastic-chrome handles, Aerodramatics door cups, and Home Depot-sourced speaker rings. Not bad. Kinda boring.

On the bottom: The Door Panel Project. 97 door tops, 95 door cards, 97 armrests, 93LE speaker covers with new grilles, diamond stitched vinyl from EZ Boy Interiors, and Aerodramatics aluminum door handles and cups.




Sharka gazes in quiet awe...
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...They'll not be going on the final product. I love the look of the more bolstered 97 tops. And these 95 tops belong to XCLR8TN (Jess) now anyway.
.... When I found a set of Aerodramatics aluminum ones on ebay for $40, I jumped. They look EXACTLY the same....
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So YOU bought those... I totally missed that auction What are the odds
I retract my previous statement about the 97 door tops. They look MUCH better on a black door card than a tan. And that's all I had seen, black/tan.

Those door panels look truly amazing. *thumbs up*
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your inbox is full. I was gonna tell you the handles are back on ebay. The lady had 6 sets when I checked this morning for someone else.

and THANKS! I'm way happy with my doors now. I'm thinking of maybe adding the upper tweeter mounts like some of the special editions had... not sure though.
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Finally. There are Elise seats in my car.










Not bad eh? The local Spec builder (who's website is down right now) made me some kickass brackets. They're incredibly strong. The rear sides are 3.5mm in thickness, or .137". That's thicker than the FiA WRC requirement of .125" which makes me quite happy. The fronts are 1.8mm in thickness. Basically, the sliders will fail in a wreck before these brackets will. That's a GOOD thing. Also, they bolt up to the seats easily and sit me pretty darn low.









I was originally planning to use the early NA seatbelt receivers that mount to the tranny tunnel. I have two in amongst my huge stash of spare Miata parts. They didn't fit too well. They made the belt ride up on my belly rather than down low on the hips, so I went in search of another solution. I discovered that Lotus actually mounts their belt receivers to the seats just like this from the factory. Then I discovered that the late NA Miata seatbelt bolts are the same size and thread pitch as the holes in the sides of the Elise seats! No brainer. I bolted the receivers right up and didn't look back. They fit great. The lap belt rides right over the hips as it should and there's no gap anywhere by the leg.

I know Bryan has been curious about seatbelt mounting and NB fitment. My wife took her NB to work today. I'll post more pix of a seat mounted in it and an actual good shot of the seatbelt receiver mount this weekend.




My head is completely covered by the Elise headrest. Before with the stock seat, my head was pretty dead level with the rollbar and NOT supported by the headrest. Now, both me and the seat live below the hoop. Life is good. I feel very safe sitting in this seat.







Loving my new seats. They're gonna stay in Sharka for a long time.
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Adam, amazing work!
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best build ive seen on here. no waiting either, you must have a stash of cash hidden somewhere. Where did you get the stripe from? im thinking about those for my NB?
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very nice, I like [golf clap]
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