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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=21565
Submitted by: Obsidian
Comments: 6  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 04-14-2003
View Stats Category: Vehicle Misc
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The ricer friend i know informed me that his dad's new mazda 6 came with a roll cage.

I told him so does my car. In fact - last i checked - every car (minus convertibles) must have a roll cage by law.

This must have bothered him. It seems to me that he thought that a roll cage must mean the car is capible of fantasic speeds and should not be taken lightly.


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#1
11-26-2003 @ 09:52:14 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
It is really considered a rollcage or just structural support? I think of rollcages as additional reinforcement above the car's original structure. (like the above pic)

#2
11-26-2003 @ 09:58:08 AM
Posted By : SacrifRICE Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Yeah, I was under that impression as well. EVERY new car has a roof structure designed to not collapse in a rollover. A "roll cage" is usually made of steel tubing and goes underneath that roof structure to provide additional safety, although it carries a lot of extra weight with it.

#3
11-26-2003 @ 09:59:06 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
Or PVC pipes and joints if you're a ricer. :P

#4
11-26-2003 @ 10:00:50 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
The ultimate rollcage--> 3398

#5
11-26-2003 @ 10:02:16 AM
Posted By : SacrifRICE Reply | Edit | Del
#3, Any place on the site where I can find that? That's one worthless "mod" I haven't seen yet.

#6
5-12-2004 @ 08:43:53 PM
Posted By : musclecarnut711 Reply | Edit | Del
#4, it expired

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