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Fx Racing Seats

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  • (Racing seat) Racing seat provides more stability and support for drivers than normal factory seats. It holds the driver in a fixed position in the car or cockpit, allowing maximum concentration and feedback through the steering wheel.

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  • FX is a six-issue comic book limited series written by creator Wayne Osborne and drawn by John Byrne. It's published by IDW Publishing. The series was the result of a life-long comics fan living his dream by hiring a professional artist to bring his creation to life.
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  • FX Greece is a television network, launched by the Fox Broadcasting Company, which launched on 1 March 2010 and is currently available to the subscribers of Conn-x TV and NOVA Greece. The channel has a huge success in Greece
  • VFAX for Naval Fighter Attack Experimental was actually two specifications for two US Naval fighter projects. The first was for a low cost lightweight complement for the F-111B which could replace the F-4 Phantom II for air superiority, escort, and ground attack missions in the early 1960s.
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fx racing seats – Corbeau 29501W

Corbeau 29501W FX1 Seats
Corbeau 29501W FX1 Seats
(Black Cloth, Wide) The FX1 Pro racing seat features composite fiberglass technology. The FX1 Pro racing seat comes in three different sizes, the FX1 Pro, FX1, and FX1 Wide. The FX1 Pro combines comfort, performance, and safety at an absolutely unbeatable price. Designed with an emphasis on comfort, this seat is one of the most comfortable race seats you will ever sit in. If you enjoy racing and want a practical and affordable shell seat, the FX1 Pro is a hard one to pass on. As a rule of thumb, the FX1 Pro racing seat will fit up to a 36 inch waist, the FX1 will fit up to a 38 inch waist and the FX1 Wide (black only) will fit up to a 42 inch waist. High wear patches are strategically placed to protect your seat from abuse in the high wear areas. The FX1 Pro racing seat is available in cloth fabric with leatherette high wear patches.

1961 Dodge Lancer 770 Sports Coupe

1961 Dodge Lancer 770 Sports Coupe
The Dodge Lancer is a passenger car from the Dodge division of Chrysler Corporation. Dodge used the Lancer name on three different vehicles over the years.

Dodge used the Lancer name from 1955 to 1959 to designate both two and four door pillarless hardtop models in the Coronet, Royal and Custom Royal lines. The Lancer designation was dropped for 1960.

For the 1961 model year, Dodge applied the Lancer nameplate to its higher-priced, upmarket badge-engineered clone of Chrysler’s very popular Valiant compact. The model was introduced when Chrysler officially assigned the Valiant to Plymouth division for 1961, leaving Dodge dealers without a compact to sell. All the same body variants available on the Valiant were also available on the Lancer: 2- and 4-door sedans, 2-door coupes, and 4-door wagons.

Styling & trim

1961 Dodge Lancer 770 Station Wagon
The Lancer wheelbase and body shell were identical to those of the Valiant, but interior and exterior trim were fancier on the Lancer. Lancers featured round taillights and a full-width grille, instead of the Valiant’s cat’s-eye taillights and central grille. For 1961, trim levels were the basic 170 and the premium 770. In 1961, the 2-door hardtop was marketed as the Lancer 770 Sports Coupe, essentially a "performance appearance package". For 1962, the Sports Coupe was given the more concise model name of GT and carried premium trim; 2-tone paint was available and instead of the front bench seat, there were two bucket seats.

A 1962 Lancer GT grille
Also for the 1962 model, "Lancer GT" medallions were mounted on the doors’ interior trim panels below the vent window and on the sides of the front fenders just aft of the headlamps. "GT" emblems were placed on the hood, the deck lid, and on the vinyl dash pad. The headlamp bezels and the grille’s horizontal slats were blacked-out. The GT also lacked certain ornamentation found on the 170s and 770s such as the "Lancer" door scripts, the slanted chrome hash marks on the lower quarter panels, and the hook-ended stainless steel door-to-fender spears.

Powertrains

The Lancer used the slant-6 engine. The base engine was the 170 cu in (2.8 l) unit, rated at 101 bhp (75 kW). The optional power package consisted of the larger 225 cu in (3.7 l) engine, rated at 145 bhp (108 kW). After the start of the 1961 model year, a die-cast aluminum version of the 225 engine block was made available. The aluminum 225 weighed 45 pounds (20 kg) less than the iron 170 and 80 pounds (36 kg) less than the iron 225. Any of the available engines could be equipped at the dealer with Chrysler’s Hyper Pak parts kit for a significant power upgrade: the 170 Hyper Pak’s published output was 148 bhp (110 kW), while the 225 Hyper Pak’s was 196 bhp (146 kW). The Hyper-Pak shaved more than four seconds off the 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) time versus the standard 225, and was over a second quicker and seven miles per hour faster in the quarter mile. With the Hyper Pak, a 225 Lancer could go from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 8.6 seconds and turn in a standing quarter mile time of 16.4 seconds.

Transmission options were a Chrysler-built A903 3-speed manual with the shifter on the floor in 1961 and on the steering column in 1962, or a pushbutton-operated A904 Torqueflite 3-speed automatic.

Drag strip & sales competition

In the 1962 NHRA Winternatonals, Wayne Weihe took home the win in the C/FX (Factory Experimental) class with his Hyper-Pak-equipped Lancer, clocking in a 15.67 E.T. Although the bigger Dodges were beginning to appear at drag strips around the country, the Golden Lancer of Dode Martin and Jim Nelson was just about the fastest compact on the strips in 1962. Stuffed into the engine compartment was a 413 cu in / 6.77 liters Chrysler RB V8 engine modified by the Chrysler engineers’ Ramchargers racing team. The Golden Lancer raced successfully in A/FX class and could do the quarter mile in 12.68 seconds at 113 mph.[2]
Lancer sales did not meet expectations[citation needed] and sold about half as well as the Valiant. As a late part of the total redesign of Dodge’s compact car for 1963, the Lancer name was discontinued. Dodge compacts for 1963 through 1976 were named Dart, a name that had previously been assigned to a larger car produced by Dodge from 1960 to 1962.

South African market

In South Africa, a right hand drive version of the Lancer was sold from 1961 through 1963, badged as the DeSoto Rebel not very long after the DeSoto name was discontinued in the U.S. All Rebels were equipped with the 170 cu in/2.8 l Slant 6 engine, and most were equipped with the 3-speed manual transmission. As with the Australian RV1 and SV1 Valiants, the Rebel used the instrument cluster from the US 1961 Plymouth Valiant. White reflectors were mounted to the front bumper, in compliance with South African vehicle equipment regulations. The Rebel name was re-introduced by Chrysler South Africa in 1967 as the economy-priced V

Second Lap

Second Lap
I normally never go to the race. This year I actually wanted to. I had alot of fun. A friend of mine offered me the ticket for free, as long as I drover her up there. Couldn’t pass that offer up. Seats were good, and the rain held off for most of the day. I didn’t shoot much though, its hard for a bigger guy like me to be comfortable holding up a camera in those tiny stands. Plus there was alot of drunk people around which made me more cautious of my gear being out. These are just 4 that I liked, probably wont put anymore up either. I went there for hangtime with a friend and to see the race, not for pictures.

All shot with:
Nikon D700
Nikon 70-300

fx racing seats

Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon FX Racing Team Saddle White/Black, One Size
Mount the Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon FX Racing Team Saddle to your fastest whip and head to the race. The Aspide’s long-running tenure in San Marco’s line speaks to its performance, light weight, and comfort. This carbon-railed, ultralight race version will keep you comfortable while you churn out race-winning wattage week after week.

Product Features
Cover: MicroFeel
Shell: carbon fiber-reinforced plastic
Rails: carbon fiber
Seat Length: 280 mm
Seat Width: 130 mm
Compatible Components:
Weight: 129 g
Recommended Use: cycling, racing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year