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A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

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Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

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A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

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esr

I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

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uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

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B Esquire
I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

[q

uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

 

Talk to Clifton, he approved upper a and b pillar gusseting as a matter of safety. Most NASA classes allow this btw.

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Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone clarify?

Without even looking at the video...

 

I'm pretty confident the cage terminates (ie - ends) at the floor as would be required by the NASA CC&R. The *gussets* simply add reinforcement and rigidity in regards to the cage and how it is tied into the chassis.

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esr

Sorry,I don't understand your comment!

 

Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone clarify?

Without even looking at the video...

 

I'm pretty confident the cage terminates (ie - ends) at the floor as would be required by the NASA CC&R. The *gussets* simply add reinforcement and rigidity in regards to the cage and how it is tied into the chassis.

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Japelle

Great looking car I wish we were coming out to Sonoma to come run with you!

 

Clifton can you confirm that Gusseting of the A/B pillar are in the current rule set either GCR or Spec Z. We are in the process of building our 7th Spec Z and our roll cage is going in shortly and we would like to add the gusseting to our design as well.

 

Thanks and good luck out West.

 

Jay Pellegrini

Nexgen Motorsport

 

I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

[q

uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

 

Talk to Clifton, he approved upper a and b pillar gusseting as a matter of safety. Most NASA classes allow this btw.

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B Esquire
Great looking car I wish we were coming out to Sonoma to come run with you!

 

Clifton can you confirm that Gusseting of the A/B pillar are in the current rule set either GCR or Spec Z. We are in the process of building our 7th Spec Z and our roll cage is going in shortly and we would like to add the gusseting to our design as well.

 

Thanks and good luck out West.

 

Jay Pellegrini

Nexgen Motorsport

 

I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

[q

uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

 

Talk to Clifton, he approved upper a and b pillar gusseting as a matter of safety. Most NASA classes allow this btw.

 

I am thinking really hard about bringing both my Spec Z and my customers Spec Z out East for the Championships next season. I don't think we will get more than maybe 5 or 6 cars next season out west. Its a start, but I want to be in a pack of 15-20 Z's!

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[please update hs on what you find out from Clifton.

Thanks

 

 

 

 

quote=Japelle]Great looking car I wish we were coming out to Sonoma to come run with you!

 

Clifton can you confirm that Gusseting of the A/B pillar are in the current rule set either GCR or Spec Z. We are in the process of building our 7th Spec Z and our roll cage is going in shortly and we would like to add the gusseting to our design as well.

 

Thanks and good luck out West.

 

Jay Pellegrini

Nexgen Motorsport

 

I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

[q

uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

 

Talk to Clifton, he approved upper a and b pillar gusseting as a matter of safety. Most NASA classes allow this btw.

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esr

[please update hs on what you find out from Clifton.

Thanks

 

 

 

 

quote=Japelle]Great looking car I wish we were coming out to Sonoma to come run with you!

 

Clifton can you confirm that Gusseting of the A/B pillar are in the current rule set either GCR or Spec Z. We are in the process of building our 7th Spec Z and our roll cage is going in shortly and we would like to add the gusseting to our design as well.

 

Thanks and good luck out West.

 

Jay Pellegrini

Nexgen Motorsport

 

I am building mine now so, I would like to know.

Seems pretty clear in the CCR book!

 

[q

uote=esr]Bro, why is your cage gussited to the chassis by the windshield?

I though NASA cage only goes to the floor?

Can someone

Clarify?

 

quote="B Esquire"]

 

A few laps around Thundehill's new 5 mile layout. Let's get this series going in Norcal!!! Fun cars to drive people!

 

Talk to Clifton, he approved upper a and b pillar gusseting as a matter of safety. Most NASA classes allow this btw.

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