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  1. #1
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    Roll cage options

    Anyone know of anything off the shelf i can get, ideally in the UK?

    just after a simple bolt in roll cage for now, as i'm taking it on track over the winter and don't like the idea of it landing on my face :lol:

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    nothing off the shelf in the UK I would personally find a place local ish to custom make you one importing anything is mega due to the dimensions of the cage making delivery costs horrendous, priced up a basic 4 point cage for Mike with the white beat delivered it came to nearly 600 that was the flat packed version with the rear legs detachable

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    Got a friend who'd make one for 450, weld in and all MSA compliant etc. that'll do

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    This design makes a lot of sense.



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    1964 305cc Super Hawk CB77, the only vehicle I have ever bought new in my life!
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    This design makes sense.
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    Past Hondas:
    1960 125cc Honda Benly CB92R
    1964 305cc Super Hawk CB77, the only vehicle I have ever bought new in my life!
    Honda CB160, roadraced as 175cc 1967-1970.
    Honda Lawnmower, bought used in 2003, caught fire and melted in 2005.

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    not really, would do next to nothing in a crash, that's a style bar not a roll bar, there's no rear diagonals, you'd need a min of a 4 point cage to be remotely effective, that's a 2 point :lol:

    cars booked in for november at this place incase anyone else is interested - http://www.robinson-race-cars.co.uk/

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    What design of a cage are you going for? And will it be weld in or bolt in design?

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