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Old 02-15-2019, 11:59 AM
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Re: Convertible roll bars question

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For those of you with NC's requiring roll over protection, you should have a conversation with Perry who was our past chief timer. He figured out retrofit for the car.
Interesting! No OTA plans for this for one in forseeable future. But I think it'd be pretty good...
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Old 02-15-2019, 05:12 PM
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Re: Convertible roll bars question

I had the hard dog m2 dbl diagonal in my NB, did a few lapping days with it, I know it was SCCA and NASA legal which is why i drove down to Bethania and had them install it. Absolutely awesome drive to their location in North Carolina

I'd like to track the ND as well. The hard dog bar for the ND is legal for NASA as long as it has diagonals, EDIT: Bethania's site now does say:

"Meets NASA HPDE and SCCA Solo and Time Trials requirements when equipped with diagonal braces"

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Old 02-17-2019, 02:32 PM
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Re: Convertible roll bars question

Another question, completely unrelated to the thread topic, but I don't want to clutter up the forum with my queries

On the technical self declaration, one of the last notes is:"Body is solid without rust perforation"

There's fortunately no rust on my car, but there is a 1.5" round hole that I made in the floor pan with a floor jack and some stupidity. I've filled it up so it doesn't rust or leak water or any other nonsense, but I haven't put in a metal patch.

Is this going to cause a problem on technical? Getting it fixed isn't out of the question, but I can't weld myself and I'd rather spend the money on some nice new brake rotors
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Old 02-18-2019, 12:06 AM
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Re: Convertible roll bars question

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Another question, completely unrelated to the thread topic, but I don't want to clutter up the forum with my queries

On the technical self declaration, one of the last notes is:"Body is solid without rust perforation"

There's fortunately no rust on my car, but there is a 1.5" round hole that I made in the floor pan with a floor jack and some stupidity. I've filled it up so it doesn't rust or leak water or any other nonsense, but I haven't put in a metal patch.

Is this going to cause a problem on technical? Getting it fixed isn't out of the question, but I can't weld myself and I'd rather spend the money on some nice new brake rotors
That should be fine. I had to slice through my wheel well to install my roll bar. As long as you've taken measures to protect the metal and prevent rust, you should be fine.
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