Razor:akatherazor4 said:O.k. Chad & J.C. you bastards better quit posting pics of your cars with those fatty wheels! I am already broke from spending all kinds of cash on my snake and your making me want to buy some wheels now too! Both of you have sweet looking cars and now I feel as if mine is a terd. I refuse to post anymore pics of my snake until I get some new shoes.:shootbird Just kidding.
Hey J.C. your car is extra clean and those wheels really set it off. Chad your car looks even better in race trim than in street trim.
Thanks for the reply. No need to post more pics, I was most concerned with the door bars and in one of your pics I can see it perfect. I'm not concerned with the back seat usage. If somebody wants to ride that bad they can curl up in the trunk with my battery. I think what I need to do is find the person I will use to install my cage and work out the details with him. I have never had a cage before because I used to mainly streetrace. Now I am a bit older and the track is definitely the better place for racing. I don't need tickets or to get my car impounded anymore.BlownMystic1 said:Razor,
The bars donr have swing-outs in them. i didnt think that would help the strength of the cage too much. Thought It would create a weak point. Also, i went with an 8 to try to stiffen the car that much more. The 7th and 8th point are the small bars that ties into the subframe connectors. I dont think its that bad to get into the car. You can pretty much forget about the back seat though. I can try to get more pics if you want me to.