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Old 02-17-2009, 02:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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is there a roll bar thread in this forum? I've searched but did find one. please post your roll bar. thanksZ. does anyone have pictures of bsp roll bars?
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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hard dog sport... no diagonals
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:22 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Hard Dog Hard Core Single Diagonal



edit: dilly - i hope that's not a stock factory brace your harness is attached to!
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edit: dilly - i hope that's not a stock factory brace your harness is attached to!
^doesn't look stock to me...

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hard dog hard core hard top double diagonal with harness bar.
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Hard Dog Deuce center braced
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Old 02-17-2009, 08:55 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Hard Dog Hard Core Hardtop on my NA





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hard dog sport... no diagonals
Is it a M1 or M2 ?
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anyone running a kirk racing street bar??? for 250 im curious to see one
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autopower street with welded in harness bar
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hard dog sport... no diagonals
Is it a M1 or M2 ?
M2. Emmi was even good enough to give you the angle where it's easiest to tell the difference: M1 bars have a straight rear support, while M2 supports are kinked to allow for the glass OEM window.
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M2. Emmi was even good enough to give you the angle where it's easiest to tell the difference: M1 bars have a straight rear support, while M2 supports are kinked to allow for the glass OEM window.
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I think i installed mine wrong . . . . .

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Will be installing mine tonight in the cold...I will get pics later...
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M2. Emmi was even good enough to give you the angle where it's easiest to tell the difference: M1 bars have a straight rear support, while M2 supports are kinked to allow for the glass OEM window.
Thanks for the tip !
No problem. Keep in mind that this only applies for the Sport bar. The Hard Core and Hard Core Hard Top are a little harder to spot. Stock, both M1 Hard Core bars have a welded-in harness bar between the rear supports--this would cause interference with the window on a M2.
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Is the sport bar that emmi has legal enough for AutoX?
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Is the sport bar that emmi has legal enough for AutoX?
You don't need a rollbar for autocross unless you have shoulder straps. That's why most of your high-budget CSP guys run a lap belt only.
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I think i installed mine wrong . . . . .
http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e2...6/DSC_1147.jpg
lol, I carried mine a similar way to get to my buddys house before installing it.
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What about for track?
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What about for track?
Check with your local inspector (NASA or SCCA).
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Hard Dog Sport - a symmetrical - stainless.

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Complete with LENS FLARE

Does it come with the bar, or do I have to get it special?
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No problem. Keep in mind that this only applies for the Sport bar. The Hard Core and Hard Core Hard Top are a little harder to spot. Stock, both M1 Hard Core bars have a welded-in harness bar between the rear supports--this would cause interference with the window on a M2.
I see you speak Hard dog fluently. Are the stainless versions lighter ?
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No problem. Keep in mind that this only applies for the Sport bar. The Hard Core and Hard Core Hard Top are a little harder to spot. Stock, both M1 Hard Core bars have a welded-in harness bar between the rear supports--this would cause interference with the window on a M2.
I see you speak Hard dog fluently. Are the stainless versions lighter ?
Now that question I don't really know the answer to

I would venture to guess that the stainless would be heavier, but I'm not sure. Standard bars are just powdercoated black.
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hardcore bars are only if ur doing either sick wheel to wheel races or trial events and doesnt apply to normal track days. vagaxt runs a m2 sport on his MSM too and he has no problems getting onto the track.
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hardcore bars are only if ur doing either sick wheel to wheel races or trial events and doesnt apply to normal track days. vagaxt runs a m2 sport on his MSM too and he has no problems getting onto the track.
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this thread needs more rollcages.


hard dog standard cage with thick piping
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