KCMAGS said:I have a wolfe 6 pt & believe it's a pretty nice piece. There are much better/safer but they get expensive & the install is major surgery.
for safety on the track, but my vette is also driven on the streetELF Z06 said:The question is "why do you want a cage" If the answer is because I might need one save my life then get a good one. Curt at Phoenix does a really great job. They fit well, look great and function the way you would want it to. The NASCAR bars they put in don't come out as far I know, but call them and find out what they can do for you. They are not that far from your address. You can always go off to Summit Point and look at there stuff. Most all of the T1 cars are using Phoenix.
Don,Don Benson said:Yes...more expensive, but really safe. And yes, major "surgery" :yeadog: as I have just had an ECS custom cage put in my car. But, I couldn't be happier with the fit. :thumb:
your setup sounds good, although the full cage sounds awsome.99cobra said:I did a lot of cage investigation, and then decided to go with a roll bar (Kirk) and add a custom door bar. This meets the requirements of the wheel to wheel series I'm going to do (Midwest Council ASR), and is safe, and is reversible (outside of weld in plates, that bar bolts to, and I don't have to gut the interior.
But, a total cage is the ultimate in safety. You need to majorly impact your interior, though.
The best cage (and is costs it) I found was JP Racing. Totally awesome cage, although I didn't go with it. See his site...Jaymz (member) has one. :jammin:
My set-up is for drag racing. I am not familiar with SCCA racing safety rules so you will have to do a little leg work there. As the guy's on page 1 said get a reputable builder to fabricate a CROMOLY bar based on the rules for the type of racing you intend to do and have it welded into your car NOT BOLTED!!blkZ06 said:16again-wow that IS major surgery!
thanks for the pics-will that setup work for high speed also, or is it just for drag?