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      01-22-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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Splitting a performance seat?

Decided I would like to get my bmw perf seats re trimmed in bmw cinnamon orange. ( and the rest of the interior)



Has anyone split a seat ready for trim? Do the backs unclip? Is the seat glued? Any advice appreciated?
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hello, i did this a while back, it is no problem, but be carefull with the silver trims..they can brake easily..( screwed and clipped frontpart)
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Been done many times. Yes you can remove the rear piece.
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Been done by a few people on here and iND has done them.
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Thanks for the replies guys. Is there any guides available or can anyone give more details on splitting them.
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Thanks for the replies guys. Is there any guides available or can anyone give more details on splitting them.
Probably gonna be a trial and error on your part. You can contact Recaro and see if they might help out.
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It's the 'error' bit that worries me!
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It's the 'error' bit that worries me!
You can take it to an upholstery shop if you're worried.
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They are going to a trimmer. However he says he as never split a cs Recaro before, so thought I'd try and find out as much as poss in preparation.
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