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The Racing-Seats-University Email List: A Good Thing!

You know how you sometimes sign up (or get signed up) for a mailing list and start getting like 3 emails a week? At first it’s not too bad but then it gets kind of tiresome. And you hesitate to unsubscribe because there might eventually be something worth reading?

That’s not our mailing list.

We don’t send out emails just to send emails. They have a specific purpose, and carry some announcement or content that we feel would truly be of interest to the majority of our subscribers. A huge savings opportunity, a new product, some particularly new feature on our website. We try to keep it loose–no big formal agenda, no set number of engagements per month.

So thanks for giving it a try. We will never sell or share the members of our list. Unsubscribe is easy and assured but based on the statistical history most won’t unsubscribe and an unusually large number will actually open and read the email. Because being on our email list is a good thing. Thanks for joining!

2 Comments

  1. John Hart John Hart
    February 15, 2018    

    Looking for options on 911SC Porsche 1981 mainly street use

    • February 15, 2018    

      I like the Sparco seats in the Porsche. Because your 911SC is driven primarily on the street (and since you’ve not given any specific requirements like FIA certification) I would probably direct you to one of the Sparco reclining seats like the Sparco R100. Use the dimensions provided at the link above to confirm that this seat will fit in your particular 911, but I think you’ll find that this is a nice balance of comfort, European styling, and performance at a great price. All black is always in style and there are a couple of color accents that really pop in the right cockpit. Direct-fit bottom-mount sliders (available here) make this a pretty slam-dunk installation using the original mounting points and hardware in the car.

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