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I have a problem with my back, probably due to nearly 40 years working in the building trade. I am now using a car lumber support called a Morfit which moulds to the shape of your lower back, I wish that I had bought one sooner. The problem I have been finding is that the Exige seats don't provide me with any lumber support, as your lower back is supposed to be kept in a S shape. I have found that there has been a gap between my lower back and seat, hence when pushing the pedals it has been pushing me back and forth. I did find my Elise 135R better as it was fitted with a lumber support bladder as standard.

The Morfit seems to work really well for me, for the short time I have been using it so time will tell.   

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I bought a 'D' shaped lumbar cushion off eBay or Amazon years ago when I had my Boxster Spyder. Used it in my last Exige but don't seem to need it in this one. Ive got a 100+ mile each way j

I also find the seats in my Exige v6 very comfortable for long journeys, Mrs and I have done two long trips to Scottish Highlands this year and apart from stopping for fuel for us and the car, could h

I have a problem with my back, probably due to nearly 40 years working in the building trade. I am now using a car lumber support called a Morfit which moulds to the shape of your lower back, I wish t

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I've just ordered inflatable lumbar supports from demon tweeks. You get these as standard in the drivers seat of a vx220 and theyre great and really missing it in the Exige.

Easy to retro fit and plan to get an extra gel layer added while the seats are being done. Simple cheap, and really improves the comfort levels.

Martin S

 

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On ‎15‎/‎03‎/‎2017 at 08:01, GFWilliams said:

I put tilletts into my Exige as I found the standard seat so bad on long journeys. I've now done 400 miles in a day and no issues with my back so I'm very happy!

George - thanks for the recommendation of the Tilletts.  May I ask how you went about trying them out before buying - I assume you did this?

Is it just a case if trying to find a local dealer?  I'm based in Leeds and they look to be thin on the ground here, so guess I might have to travel.  But do dealers tend to stock the range or order in as needed?

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5 hours ago, mickv said:

George - thanks for the recommendation of the Tilletts.  May I ask how you went about trying them out before buying - I assume you did this?

Is it just a case if trying to find a local dealer?  I'm based in Leeds and they look to be thin on the ground here, so guess I might have to travel.  But do dealers tend to stock the range or order in as needed?

I actually went down to the factory in Kent, talked through the options, sat in a few then decided what I wanted :)

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