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BIG thanks to Max @ REV9 Autosport (rev9autosport.com) for the awesome selection of quality parts & an excellent customer service. He is a dealer for any Nakamae products your interested in, as well as any high quality Japanese products for our roadsters.

Review: REV9 Nakamae Interior Transmission Tunnel & Sidestep Trim.

Quality: 10
*Nakamae products are undoubtedly top end quality, custom made to fit perfectly & offer great craftsmanship (a big plus these days). Each piece is a gorgeous diamond quilted fabric to add a great touch of class & retro styling to the roadster.

*Each order can be custom ordered black, beige (NB), tan (NA) tan (NB), red, or white. With a dozen plus of stitching options, so your individual style can be incorporated with the subtlety of many color options.

Installation: Very Easy
*If you own a phillips screwdriver, it will take you 15-20 minutes of fun.

*Transmission Tunnel: All thats required is to remove the center console: Remove the shift knob & 5 screws holding in the console, up an out goes the console (easy right?!). The Nakamae pieces will be a perfect fit, so no issues, they have Velcro on the back of the pieces so all you have to do is lay them into position, the Velcro will do the job of holding them into place. Center console goes back into place, 5 screws & your shift knob. Done.

*Sidestep: Again a very easy install, remove the screws from the plastic piece holding your sidestep, place the Nakame Sidestep piece in position, Re-install the plastic piece. Done.




*Overall this is a excellent product from Japan, i would recommend it to anyone looking to class up there interior, the install is so easy that anyone can do it, an it really transforms the car. Head over to Rev9autosport.com an pick some up, you will not regret it.


 

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Love it! How well do the Classics hold you in place during spirited driving?
pretty good, they offer good butt cupping :lol:, not that that great on the upper body though
 

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LOL....im pretty tall & skinny. 5'11 an have about a 29in waist
 

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How's head clearance with those seats? I'm 6'1 and am considering those (love the vintage look), but the padding seems rather tall after looking on Corbeau's website (hard to tell from your pics). How did you mount them, and is there any way you could bolt them directly to the floor, or something similarly low? Your interior looks Badass BTW, I have an NB and am trying to go vintage on the inside, modern on the outside, and those seats are totally right price/look.
 
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