North American Turbocoupe Organization



rear seat delete?
Harvs Offline
Senior Member
#1
Do they sell a rear seat delete kit for these?

------------------
88 TC, 93k, few mods
Sandlewood beige 88 coupe 93k/ super 60 T3 at 24 pounds/ ATR 3" no cat or tail pipe/ 255lph high pressure pump/ Kirban AFPR at 42/ Spec stg3/ GN FMIC/ 1g DSM BOV/ 14* timing/ disconected KS/ Tri-ax short throw/ Autometer boost,vac and air to fuel/ 140 spedo/ Ford motorsports 5300-c springs/ tubular rear upper cntrl arms.
Reply

Pete D Offline
Administrator
#2
Not that I ever heard of
Pete Dunham


Reply

Chuck W Offline
Posting Freak
#3
Have at it....

------------------
83 TC Clone, 87 Ranger 2.3T, 84 XR7, 80 XR7, 86 XR4 AND 88 Scorpio
NATO Member
83 TC Clone, 80 Cougar XR-7, 85 Volvo 244 Turbo, AND 88 Scorpio
Reply

BoostedBirdie Offline
Member
#4
Gimme 20 bucks and I'll delete the heck out of it for ya.

------------------
1988 TC 88k orignial miles, 5 Spd, mostly stock, K&N and B&M Ripper. Looks a little rough, but thanks to this board, runs great.
1956 Thundebird FOR SALE Unrestored, unmolested beauty! 48,000 ORIGINAL miles. See Ad in "For Sale" section.
"On the seventh day God rested......the Marines filled sandbags"
-Andrew
--Proud NATO member--
1988 TC 88k orignial miles, 5 Spd, mostly stock, K&N, B&M Ripper, 190LPH Walboro, Aeromotive adjustable FPR with gauge, exhaust coming soon. Looks a bit rough, but thanks to this board, runs great.

"The soldier, above all other people, prays for peace, for he must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war."
"No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom unless he be vigilant in its preservation." -- General Douglas MacArthur
Reply

Gary S Offline
Administrator
#5
This is one of those questions I know I shouldn't ask but I might as well keep this going.........why would you want to delete the rear seat?
Gary S.
NATO Member
1987 Turbocoupe
168,000 Miles
5 Speed
Black w/Raven Interior
http://www.turbotbird.com/showroom/data_...t_87tc.php
Reply

Harvs Offline
Senior Member
#6
Quote:Originally posted by Gary S:
This is one of those questions I know I shouldn't ask but I might as well keep this going.........why would you want to delete the rear seat?
Gary S.

In the near future i plan on building the motor a bit, maybe take it to a race track, and i'd like to get some weight out of this

------------------
88 TC, 93k, few mods
Sandlewood beige 88 coupe 93k/ super 60 T3 at 24 pounds/ ATR 3" no cat or tail pipe/ 255lph high pressure pump/ Kirban AFPR at 42/ Spec stg3/ GN FMIC/ 1g DSM BOV/ 14* timing/ disconected KS/ Tri-ax short throw/ Autometer boost,vac and air to fuel/ 140 spedo/ Ford motorsports 5300-c springs/ tubular rear upper cntrl arms.
Reply

Harvs Offline
Senior Member
#7
Quote:Originally posted by BoostedBirdie:
Gimme 20 bucks and I'll delete the heck out of it for ya.


[Image: smile.gif]
Sandlewood beige 88 coupe 93k/ super 60 T3 at 24 pounds/ ATR 3" no cat or tail pipe/ 255lph high pressure pump/ Kirban AFPR at 42/ Spec stg3/ GN FMIC/ 1g DSM BOV/ 14* timing/ disconected KS/ Tri-ax short throw/ Autometer boost,vac and air to fuel/ 140 spedo/ Ford motorsports 5300-c springs/ tubular rear upper cntrl arms.
Reply

Gary S Offline
Administrator
#8
Like Pete said, no one makes a rear seat delete kit for these cars. My suggestion would be, if you are really serious about this, would be to go in one of two directions: after the rear seat is removed, go with a matching carpet color and cardboard and cover the areas affected or if you don't care how it looks, don't cover anything. Just leave it bare. What's your estimate on pounds saved?
Gary S.
NATO Member
1987 Turbocoupe
168,000 Miles
5 Speed
Black w/Raven Interior
http://www.turbotbird.com/showroom/data_...t_87tc.php
Reply

Glenn 88TC Offline
Posting Freak
#9
Quote:Originally posted by Harvs:
In the near future i plan on building the motor a bit, maybe take it to a race track, and i'd like to get some weight out of this


Just turn up the boost 2 more PSI.
NO TC and NO headaches.
Reply

Carcrazyscott Offline
Senior Member
#10
I have the interior of my car apart right now and I can say that I doubt if the rear seat weighs 15 pounds. A weight savings none the less, but not much of one.

-Scott Ressler
--------------
S&R Racing www.s-rracing.com
Reply





Users browsing this thread:
1 Guest(s)



Theme © iAndrew 2018 - Software MyBB