06-05-2012, 09:52 AM
Join Date: Oct 2006
My Ride: STI
Haha great idea!!
Originally Posted by Feffman
Great build thread. I think you should have dropped the balast plates, installing a seat for "the mascot"
and use him as balast.
If you look closely at the picture of the trunk area you can see that we installed the subframe reinforcement kit. I chose not to tie the cage into the subframe because A) I have a feeling the subframe reinforcement kit is going to be enough. B) If its not enough, and the plates begin to stress and crack, It is easy to run a couple of reinforcement bars down from the cage.
Originally Posted by The Gorilla
Could not see any works to the rear subframe
location fixing/ points during the Cage Install ?
Once you start increasing the load paths
with greater Mechanical grip and the lateral
G forces rise due to Type R or Slick rubber
then you will be ripping out the rear subframe
on a Caged car.
Its a lot easier to strengthen than repair.
E46 M3 GTS3 Race Car