Originally Posted by esthi
I used the 3/8" regular density Air2Gel, and then put a 1" layer of regular foam (from JoAnn Fabrics) over the Air2Gel. The seats are much, much better. I can still feel every pavement variation, but my tailbone is much happier.
Note: I also purchased some 1/8" HD Air2Gel, but did not use it. Overall, both types of Air2Gel were much firmer than I expected.
I have to disagree with my wife a bit here.
I think the Air2Gel is definitely too firm. It's basically identical to the kitchen comfort/cushion mats that we bought at Wal-Mart for $8 each, except the Air2Gel (regular density 3/8") is a wee bit softer. If it were about 30% softer I think it would be great material.
1995 993 C2, speed yellow. PSS9, TRG sways, RSRs, HIDs, Big Red brakes, seats/6-pts, Speedline Alesio wheels, Ruf aux oil cooler, RS parts, DL-1 data logger.
2005 Elise, saffron yellow. 6-pts, etc.