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Old 10-03-2011, 11:17 AM   #1
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looks like i need a cage for my car, so i need an idea of how most people run their door bars. i would like to see all different types like straight, low slung, swing out (although im not really leaning that way). and any other ideas. i have looked at the stickeys and searched but im not seeing just the door bar setup
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hey can you guys who have posted pics share where or who made your cage?
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I like WheelsUp84Zs security... take the shifter out and the car won't go anywhere
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Lol at security.

In for pics.. Any weekend warrior geared setups? I drive my car around 4 days a week.
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Mine was done by NRC Motorsports in Aiken, SC. Great guys to deal with.
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Anybody with low slung?
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Mine are a little lower ill post pics later
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Adrian at CMS.
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mine are low slung.
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buzz12586 I noticed you are really safe. You got the cage, window net, harness, everything gutted, AND AN AIR BAG lol You could probably save a few more pounds if you went with a Grant wheel or something. Safety first I guess! Haha just giving you a hard time...
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Curt do you have any more pics of your interior? Looks really clean, I like it!
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Wolf Bolt In..Wish I had more pics...its pretty clean IMO..






Ill get some good ones sometime lol
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I need to get some better pictures, but I have low slung and I daily drive my car. I find it easy to get in and out.

Maybe I'll snag more pictures tomorrow.
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Those seats are bad ***! What do they run?
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Wow that's a big difference between straight and low slung bars. I don't daily the car so I'm just for more of a comfort thing. Is there any strength issues with low slung vs straight bars or am I just overthinkng this?
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I have the Wolfe 5-pt CM with the low slung bar and swing out. The low slung makes it easier to get in and out and the swing out let's me remove it for street driving.
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Those seats are bad ***! What do they run?
Hmm they are Corbeau CR1s, not sure what they normally cost. I got them used from a guy with a fox body. I paid $500 or $600? Its been so long I've forgotten. Sold the fox body seat brackets for $100, then the Camaro brackets were close to $200 if I remember correctly. The harnesses were the large cost I think $330 shipped for the pair, I'm running Schroth 4 pt. harnesses.

Here is more pictures of my low slung doors and seats.



A bit tight of a fit on the passenger side.
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