Devan shared with us these photos of her slammed and extremely clean Widebody EVO X featuring a set of our Status Racing seats.
All the way from the land of hooning comes this stanced and ready to battle Nissan 180sx from StreetKarnage. The 180sx features a set of Status Racing seats and harnesses with a fully custom welded in candy apple red cage, Haltec Digital Dash and a ASD Hydraulic handbrake to keep things sideways! The exterior consists of a Spirit-Rei widebody fenders that house the wide 18×11.5 and 18×10 wheels filled in with a set of Nissan GTR front brakes and knuckles then finished off with a set of Racing Logic Coilovers!
Freshly featured in Performance Tuner Magazine, this 2007 Subaru WRX is not your typical wagon!
Features a set of our Carbon Fiber Status Racing Ring GT-X seats and with a motor built up to 560 HP this Subaru gets down!
Can’t get better then this! This Aggressively set up VF engineering BMW E46 M3 will definitely make you look twice! The stripped down race ready interior Features our FRP Cloth Status Racing seats that look absolutely amazing paired with the OMP Red Harnesses and red interior.
You can check out more of this BMW E46 M3 by following @Phatsilvia on instagram
Just added the Status Racing Ring and Ring GT seat dimensions to our fitment gallery. These are from the original Status site so a little small. But these have outside measurements that you may need to see if the seats will fit in your vehicle.
We thought we would put together a terrible video showing different bodies in the Status Racing Ring Bucket Seat. So if you are not sure if the Ring or Ring GT is right for you, check this video out! Its simple, its informative, its funny!
Its important to know if a seat is going to be a good fit for you. The fact is by measurements alone, its hard to visualize if your body type will fit. Good thing here at Status we can help you. Armed with a camera and a slew of human shapes, we snapped photos of people sitting in the both the Ring and Ring GT. Check out these Seat Fitment photos below and tune in to our Fitment Gallery here.
Ring Seat – 32 waist 5’9″
Ring GT Seat – 32 waist 5’9″
Ring GT Seat – 36 waist 5’9″
Ring Seat – 36 waist 5’9″
Ring GT Seat – 36 waist 5’8″
Ring Seat – 34 waist 5’10”
Ring GT Seat – 34 waist 5’10”
Ring GT Seat – 42 waist 6’4″
If your not sure if you ate to much last weekend or if your sleek physique will fit in a Status Racing seat, we got you covered. So which seats will fit you? We took care of the guess work here. Check out the simple photos below showing measurements of the Ring and Ring GT seats. We also started a Fitment Gallery here. Enjoy!
Ring GT Measurements
What to see how the Status Racing Ring and Ring GT seats fit you? If your in Arizona, stop by and grab a seat! We have setup the following seats: Ring with red cloth in carbon kevlar, Ring with blue cloth in black FRP, Ring GT with red alcantara in carbon kevlar.