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OverC1ockeD

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Yeah, I've seen more with heating. Since I live in a really warm climate and have a convertible the cooling feature was really what I was after as well. But after doing more research it seems I might be stuck with my current seats. Not the end of the world at all, they're very comfy and nice. I was really just looking for a sportier look. Not too concerned with the weight since my GT already goes vroom vroom pretty fast.
I used to have a Jetta and the heated seats were so warm you could just fall asleep and melt into them. In my S550 and other S550 Mustangs I’ve sat in I can’t tell a bit of difference whether hot or cooled seats are turned on until like 1/2 hour later on long trips and can barely tell then, maybe it’s just in my head. Idk if this is everyone’s experience but I tried them out in car lots new and it felt like the same. Not sure why.
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Don't know what to say. They're toasty to me. I can roll with the top down, heated seats, and heat blairing in 40 degree temps if I want lol. But everyone's body is different so maybe I just get warm easier.
 

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Don't know what to say. They're toasty to me. I can roll with the top down, heated seats, and heat blairing in 40 degree temps if I want lol. But everyone's body is different so maybe I just get warm easier.
I feel like something must be wrong then. Maybe I’ll sit my arse on the other side of the car one day for comparison. 😂
 
 




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