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I am about to acquire seats (front and rear) from a 2001 gsr. Will they fit in my 1991 integra rs? I'm pretty sure the fronts will fit fine, but what about the rears? can they be made to fit nicely or is it to much of a pain in the ass? Thanks for all the help.
 

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good question. rear seats...probably not because the 3rd gen is a 50/50 split and gen 2 is a 60 /40 split. the center seat holder(pivot) would have to be relocated. additionally the side pivot points might not line up. anything is possible but you'll have to work at it. leather gen 3 rear seats would look sweet in a gen 2!
 

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ry to be more specific in your question.
 

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sorry.. what i meant was that since g2's have auto matic seat belts.. how do you adapt them to the g3 seats? do you let the seat belt roller just kick it there or what? how do you bolt it on?
 

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BTW,, my frend just installed recaros in his gen2.. he had to disable the motor mice and run a 4 point race harness. pull the plug under the passenger seat to stop the beeping noise
 

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i just put race seats in my 91 ls.. all i did for the automatic seatbelts was make a bracket, bolt it to the slides on the seat, and bolt the whole seatbelt onto the bracket.. The buckle and belt for the automatic seat belt come right off the original seat!

has anybody finished this project?
 

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my good friend put G3 Seats in his G2. here is what happened. The back upper pieces fit ok, but there was a gap on either side, the bottom will fit in, but there will also be a gap about 3 inches on either side. As for the front, i remembered that all of the bolts did not like up, and he took self tapping screws and drilled into the frame to hold the seat where the new holes didnt line up.
 
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