cheaterBuck531 said:Well, I actually took some time in gutting my car and actually weighing each piece. If I remember correctly:
Front seat - 35 lbs
Spare tire/ajack - 35 lbs.
Upper and lower rear seat - roughly 20 lbs
Door panels (6 lbs a piece)
I did a few other things, but that's where the most gains were. I think I totaled up to about 190ish lbs taken out of the car in less than an hour.
Of course, this is on my Lumina LTZ. Your car(s) may vary.
I don't think that is the attitude we want here at 3800Tech.comif you're going to be using your GP as a race car, don't. just pick up something with AWD/RWD and an aftermarket.
Now that I have done it a couple of times, it takes less than 20 minutes to remove the front passenger seat and upper and lower rear seat of my Regal. As far as I am concerned, it is an easy mod to do at the track or before you leave for the track. If I am going for a new PB at a well groomed track, I will remove the seats. If I am at a big Buick event where I want to look more classy then I leave them in.black_hawk said:You can knock off over 100 Lbs if you remove you seats front and rear. Unless your building a track car and will not be using your car as a daily driver, it's not a good weight loss mod for obvious reasons.