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Old 08-01-2005, 09:08 PM
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Default Am i too tall?

hey guys,
i am really interested in the ffr mk3 but i am 6'6 is there anyway i would be able to fit i know it will be tight so i was just wondering if anyone who had this kit whad any incite?
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Old 08-02-2005, 12:25 AM
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Your taller than I am (6'2") and I fit ok. Others taller than I own/drive them. Keep in mind that kits are made to extend the footbox to give you more leg room.
Best advice I could give would be to find a couple owners in your city and drive a couple.
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Old 08-02-2005, 04:48 AM
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I'm 6' 6" too, but I've got an SPF which has dropped floor areas under pedals and seat. I did some things to make it more comfortable .. removed the seat adjuster and move seat back and angled a little towards the pedals. Also, a smaller diameter wheel helps getting in and out. And added a cushion to the drivers door bracket to rest kneecap. Some other things too.

Where are you located? I live about 40 miles north of the FFR place in Wareham, MA
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That tall I doubt many 90in cars will be very comforable.
Look for dropped floors and consider the 95/6in cars that are made by several manufactures.
My Hunter is a 96in with drop floors and it could easily take a 7 footer
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