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Old 06-20-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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Another seat rail option! Nagisa Auto Seat Rails

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The all new Nagisa Auto "D-LOCK" Super Low Seat Rail adds 'zero-play' of the seat rail and slider with a Double Locking Mechanism. Adjustable low positions, and will fit most standard size bucket seats.

For 2013 Scion FR-S (ZN6) / Subaru (ZC6) BRZ
I just got this email about the new Nagisa Super Low rails and it occured to me that their zero-play feature could have an unintended benefit on the FR-S/BRZ... I've seen you guys talking about a clunk on the passenger side from the seat locking into place after you've been driving for a bit. These rails should remedy that problem! In addition to that, Nagisa rails are a great choice for those of you that want to run aftermarket seats while retaining sliders. They're solid (especially with the D-LOCK Zero Play feature), low, and the price is right! MSRP is $268 for each side. If anyone's interested in more info, ask away!

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Old 06-20-2012, 02:43 PM   #2
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Cool, thanks for sharing! I'll stick with the "clunk" though because I've got to deal with the wife and would have trouble justifying that type of purchase!
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good to know we already have some good superlow options for us tall folk
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Old 06-20-2012, 08:05 PM   #4
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I just got this email about the new Nagisa Super Low rails and it occured to me that their zero-play feature could have an unintended benefit on the FR-S/BRZ... I've seen you guys talking about a clunk on the passenger side from the seat locking into place after you've been driving for a bit. These rails should remedy that problem! In addition to that, Nagisa rails are a great choice for those of you that want to run aftermarket seats while retaining sliders. They're solid (especially with the D-LOCK Zero Play feature), low, and the price is right! MSRP is $268 for each side. If anyone's interested in more info, ask away!

Do these work with the stock seats, as well? If so, how much do they lower the seating position?

This may be the answer to all my problems!
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Do these work with the stock seats, as well? If so, how much do they lower the seating position?

This may be the answer to all my problems!
They work on aftermarket only. In the Subaru they give me good amount of roof room with my helmet on. I'm 6ft tall. I use a Sparco Evo

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Cool, thanks for sharing! I'll stick with the "clunk" though because I've got to deal with the wife and would have trouble justifying that type of purchase!
I was complaining to my GF the other day about how I spent some money I shouldn't have on an impulse buy a few weeks back and she said "Yeah, I thought it was a bad idea but I didn't want to tell you how to spend your money." I bet that attitude changes as soon as a ring is on her finger.

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good to know we already have some good superlow options for us tall folk
Yeah, these are great rails especially for us taller folks.

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Old 06-22-2012, 01:50 AM   #6
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so instead of pushing down on the center to adjust the seat you need to push on both sides? seems like it would be a tight fit for the inside rail...
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Old 06-22-2012, 02:16 AM   #7
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just like BRide FG rails.. a pain int he ass to move about, but they lock pretty good.
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i had nagisa rails on my GD3 before...awesome rails, excellent quality and construction, and with the adjustable side mounts, you could get them to whatever height you feel comfortable in
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Old 06-25-2012, 03:19 PM   #9
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I had Nagisa rails in my old FC, definitely quality stuff, no issues and mine was only single side lock and there was no movement.
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How much do these rails lower the seat over stock?
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Any out there running these? Pretty easy install?
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