Cobra Sebring Pro Technology Racing Seats | Sube Sports
Sebring Pro Technology
The Cobra Sebring Pro Technology, re-designed for 2014, succeeds the original Sebring S Technology and is the next evolution of the Supertouring seat with full HANS compatibility. It features the same light-weight Carbon/composite shell and NASA-developed Confor foam found in the Suzuka Technology with the addition of an integrated lateral head restraint. The Cobra Sebring Pro Technology competition seat features a Carbon/composite shell construction offering outstanding rigidity with a 50% weight savings over fiberglass shells while the Confor foam cushions mold to the driver, absorbing 85% of all initial energy distributing loads for the ultimate support and safety. Confor foam also softens and flows with body warmth, creating a uniform pressure map against the driver's body providing the ultimate comfort and fatigue reduction. The Cobra Sebring Pro Technology seat also features Dinamica anti-slip fabric and leather wear patches for hard-wearing and good looks, Pro-Fit modular padding system, and a deep sided ergonomic shape for maximum lateral support. Dinamica upholstery provides a stunning, tactile and hard wearing surface with real leather wear patches, backed up by a unique cooling system provided by Outlast, the very same product used to regulate astronauts' body temperature within their space suits. Exceeds 3 times FIA 8855-1999 standards @ 63g. Standard width, will accommodate 5 or 6pt harness systems, Hans compatible, and require alloy side mounts. Exceeds FIA 8855-1999 Standards. Available in black Dinamica suede only.
- Carbon/composite shell construction,
- HANS compatible head rest design,
- Solid lateral head protection,
- 4/5/6 point harness facility,
- Deep sided lateral protection and support,
- EAR Confor energy absorbing foam padding,
- Dinamica upholstery with leather anti-wear patches,
- Outlast cooling system installed,
- Standard width,
- FIA side mounting - supplied with high tensile bolts,
- Exceeds FIA 8855-1999 Standards.