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I just ordered some X2C Motorsports LCAs and UCAs, I also ordered CGS weld in subframe connectors.

I want to add a roll-bar for safety and some structural rigidity, will an Autopower 4 point bolt-in rollbar from Maximum Motorsports offer any protection and rigidity???

Also, I was thinking of taking it to the track, I though I might just get lucky and hope Tech doesn't look close enough to Flag Me for running 12s in a Vert.

I can't do a 6 point roll-cage as my kids use the back seat often.

Most importantly, will the 4 point bolt-in roll-bar protect me in case of a rollover?

Thanks,

Howard
 

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I am sure a 4 point rollbar would give you plenty of protection in case of a rollover. Not sure what is legal as far as the NHRA or NMRA goes. The upper and lower Control arms will help a lot.
I would also recommend a Maximum Motorsports Panhard bar.
Great for cornering if you ever want to do Autocross instead of just straightline racing. ;)
 

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Sting - thanks for the info.

Can't chat too much, my home PC crashed so I can only access from work.

I am strictly a straight line guy so I am just going to do the UCAs and LCAs, subframes, maybe some adjustable drag struts, sticky tires, and hopefully a 4 or 6 point (with swing outs) bolt-in bar.

Talk to you soon,
Howard
 
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