Hi,Petrol Spice said:Hello again,
Just curious, I want to find out if I can have a cage in the MCS. I know for fact that #rd party is veto'd if you have a weld in cage in Victoria, but I don't know about QLD. Anyone in QLD have a cage?
Hi,CanberraCooperS said:Robbo your right and you will have to ensure you have an insurance company that will accept a Roll Cage. there are only a few that will accept this. 3rd party vendors will cover you if the car is engineered and approved by the RTA as they are bound by regulations stating that if the car is approved and roadworthy then they can only deny insurance if you have lied. Do the right thing and its all good.
robbo mcs said:Hi,
I'm insured with Shannons, who will accept virtually any modification, as long as it is legal, and you have declared it on your policy.
You would'nt have dimensions of the Cobras would you Robbo, just negotiating between the Imola 2's and Momo Cup's??? BTW with a JCW cage.robbo mcs said:Hi,
As Stu pointed out, check the seats very carefully. If you are putting in seats without a roll-cage it is not much drama.
However, with a roll cage, if you need a forward/backwards roller system, things get difficult due to lack of space. With a side intrusion bar, the choices of seats that will physically fit is very limited. I only found two that definitely fitted. One was a heavy sparco seat with a metal frame, and no crotch strap slot The other is the Cobra Imola 2 (narrow version) that both Stu and I have fitted.
Hi,enzothemaddog said:You would'nt have dimensions of the Cobras would you Robbo, just negotiating between the Imola 2's and Momo Cup's??? BTW with a JCW cage.
Dont worry Robbo, im pretty leanrobbo mcs said:Hi,
By the way, the imola2 seats come in two sizes. Only the narrow one fits.
Even this seat is a compromise, as it is very close to the side intrusion bars, which limits where you can position the seat and ride height.
The imolas are a very light seat by the way