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FOR SALE SaBelt Ferrari OEM Scuderia CARBON Sport seats

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SCUDERIA SaBelt Carbon RACE Seats
Size Large

Black Nylon/mesh material with white contrast stitching

Includes ALL mounting hardware, seat belt bolt covers & fwd seat track covers
Extra seat belt receptacle (has wire harness connector for seat belt warning light/buzzer)
OEM Nylon storage covers with storage bag (the covers differ from the stock seat covers)

The seat tracks have Removable spacer blocks to lower seats for taller drivers needing more helmet clearance
I'm 6' & have kept the spacers installed.

Minor worn stitching flaw on passenger side bolster, otherwise in excellent condition

Direct bolt in, fits all 360's & 430's with NO modifications

Asking $8,000 Shipped, OBO, to US lower 48
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I’ve had a pair of the 360 sport seats ( mfg by Sparco for Ferrari) in my 360 prior to purchasing this pair.

The SaBelt seat is significantly more comfortable & higher quality. The recline securely locks the seat back in place with no play.

Plus it has lot more exposed carbon fiber.

https://www.sabelt.com/en/business-u...uipment/carbon


I bought the unwired seat belt receptacle & disabled the seat belt buzzer/light. Who drives unbelted? I could have just left it unplugged, but I was concerned the connector could get damaged sliding the seat back and forth.

While they are direct bolt in on 360’s, F430’s & 458’s, they don’t have the passenger air bag sensor. Since this was not an issue with the 360 I didn’t need a solution. Not sure if all F430’s had this sensor, but all 458’s do.

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I purchased these seats 4 years ago with the passenger seat side bolster in the current condition. Looks to be a couple broken stitches, showing the seam
The material itself is not damaged & it hasn't progressed (opened up) in the time I've owned them.
No other issues, marks or damage.

Being on the passenger side I never really noticed it, so it didn't bother me. None of my passengers ever made any comments so it's not that obvious, but for those looking for perfection a automotive upholstery shop can repair them to like new condition.

As mentioned the material is not cut or missing, just the stitches.

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