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Has anyone got in deep with swapping out the seats in their VN, or at the minimum removing the tracks to have a lower/fixed seat?

I'm mainly looking to just get a lighter (and lower) seat so I can actually fit in the car with a helmet on.
 

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I’m interested to know as well. I know they make seat rail adapters specifically for the Veloster N if you’re looking to install some aftermarket bucket seats.
 

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In case this thread is found, I went with Corbeau seats (had the driver side shaved an inch) and their sliding rails for the second generation Veloster. Vastly simpler, and I can now see those shift lights that everyone (shorter than me) loved so much. LOL I’m 6’2” with a long torso, and I gained 2-3” of headroom over the stock 2020 seat dropped to its lowest setting.
 

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In case this thread is found, I went with Corbeau seats (had the driver side shaved an inch) and their sliding rails for the second generation Veloster. Vastly simpler, and I can now see those shift lights that everyone (shorter than me) loved so much. LOL I’m 6’2” with a long torso, and I gained 2-3” of headroom over the stock 2020 seat dropped to its lowest setting.
Link me please.
 
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Rail kits are on there as well. I ordered everything over the phone as they didn’t have a lot of seats in stock, but I got the A4 wide in microsuede.
 
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