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      02-19-2014, 04:40 PM   #39
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Originally Posted by grantmax View Post
You can say that again. This concept always gives me a chuckle.
Originally Posted by ace11 View Post

nice job by carrozzeria, but this build just doesnt make sense

Originally Posted by hyperboost View Post
nicely done but why do a cage on a vert?

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Originally Posted by SVH View Post
Yes, side pictures please.

I want to see how tall the rollbar looks from the side. I'm thinking about doing this but a full rollbar looks too tall when the top is down. If one shortened it to, say, the top of the seats, then it would have a more tapered look from the side view. And since the e93 already has BMW's rollover protection device built-in the rollbar only is really necessary to attach the seat belt to. Other than that is purely cosmetic.
if the bar is only to the height of the top of the seats, then it does not leave any additional margin for there to be space for the top of the head/helmet in the event of a rollover

Originally Posted by radiantm3 View Post
I'm not saying I'd do it, but I can see why someone would. Most clubs require roll protection that's taller than your helmet.
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