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post #1 of 7 Old 08-02-2005, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Mustang road race you weld cage kits!

If you could buy a 6 pt road race cage kit, made for a Mustang would people be interested? No one really makes a good road race cage kit it seems.
I'm talking about a DOM kit that will meet SCCA spec for ITE and not stop at the dash. You would have to weld it up your self, so it will not be a bolt in Autopower style kit.
Let me know if people are interested. I'm trying to work out a deal with a company to produce a kit.


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I would be if it good fitting setup. I have a friend that runs a tig machine for a living. I just don’t know where to find a good cage.

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I am sure there is a market for it out there. Like you already said, right now there is just the Autopower and Kirk cages for our cars. There is a place not far from me in Spring City ,PA called S&W Race Cars. They have weld together kits for most cars but you have to have a few extra bars added to the kit for a SCCA legal cage.

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Yah, more than a few people buy the S&W cages. Like you said you still have to make changes to the kit for road racing.

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I have used CSCRacing.com before and been happy with their cages...

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I contacted CSC and got a qoute. The cages they build are stock car based.
The front up rights stop in front of the dash.

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id buy one if they fit properly
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