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Re: Balance and rollcages - don't do it.... (archive)

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Posted by MadKipper on January 11, 2002 at 05:57:41:

In Reply to: Re: Balance and rollcages - don't do it.... posted by KevinS on January 10, 2002 at 11:46:50:

Oh, and don't bother with rollcages unless you're getting a full strut welded cage - anything less is a waste of time [apparently].


MadKipper

Don't knock until you've tried it. You can do things in a caged car that simply aren't possible in a non-caged car.

At the track, even a 4pt. roll bar adds to the overall performance of a car.

Kev

What things can you do in a caged car that can't be done in none-caged car? -apart from rolling the car and walking away!?

I was told a cage would not help the handling - what handling improvement do you reckon is possible? and by what extent? ie, how much of an improvement??

MK



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