200 Comfort seats: was windage tray in oil sump

C1J1Miller at aol.com C1J1Miller at aol.com
Mon Jan 24 22:44:46 EST 2005

Scott writes:
I'll second that.
I'm cognizant of cinching down the belt approximately three times a lap.
Tighter tracks like NHIS and LRP top that.  Time for a harness.
-Scott by BOSTON

> I'll put in my own harsh opinion about the type 44 at the track: the
> comfort seats are "lousy".
> Phil
The comfort seats do ok if you get the belts tight.  
Two things help.  

First, give the belt a twist before sticking it into the latch.  That keeps it from loosening up across your waist.

Second, use the memory seat settings.  One programmed back a ways to make it easy to get in/out.  The second one is your favorite driving position.  Then, get in the car and recline the seat back a little.  Put on your seat belt (with a twist before latching).  Give a quick pull to the shoulder belt to latch the inertial lock.  Now, hit the memory position to return the seat to normal driving position.  You'll be pressed slightly into the seat, with a locked seat belt holding you from sliding around.


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