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Old 07-30-2005, 01:32 AM
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Hey guys...

I just got my new 325i with SP/power seats/xeons/CWP. I loved the car, but I made a mistake. I thought the sport seats comes with lumbar support, but I guess only if you get the PP. After driving for more than 2 hours my back hurts.

Do you think it is possible to get lumbar support for the seats aftermarket? You would think all the seats are the same (just to cut costs). So is it a possibility that they just add the electric wiring to make it work?
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Old 07-30-2005, 03:20 AM
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Hey guys...

I just got my new 325i with SP/power seats/xeons/CWP. I loved the car, but I made a mistake. I thought the sport seats comes with lumbar support, but I guess only if you get the PP. After driving for more than 2 hours my back hurts.

Do you think it is possible to get lumbar support for the seats aftermarket? You would think all the seats are the same (just to cut costs). So is it a possibility that they just add the electric wiring to make it work?
Better off buying something like this
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Old 07-31-2005, 09:34 AM
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I find these seats extremely comfortable, even more so than those in the e46 SP. It's hard to figure out how anyone could not find a comfort zone but that may have to do with height and size. Any way you can fiddle with the seat adjustments and find a more comfortable setting? I like it with the front of the seat angled upwards and the adjustable thigh support extended (But the back not too slanted backwards).
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