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Old 12-17-2012, 12:05 PM   #29
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I tried putting a roll bar on my Solstice for SCCA, and they refused. Said it had to be a complete cage, which meant destroying the instrument panel. I told SCCA to take a hike.
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:00 PM   #30
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I do like the bar that Revolution makes. Does anyone know how it attaches and removes? Does if fit the ZL1?
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Old 03-25-2013, 12:24 AM   #31
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There should be no differences with fitment from a V6 to a ZL1 in regards to fitment of the sports bar. Just follow the instructions and hope you don't drill a hole where it's not suppose to go.
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Originally Posted by boltvette View Post
Angelwings Tech has plans to produce a two-hoop Track Day Bar for the Gen 5 Camaro convertible, similar to our Angelwings C5C6 TDB for Corvettes, which we had on display at Camaro5fest II. It will be a true bolt-in, with no welding and only minimal trim cutting required. But it is at least 6 months away from production. If we see that there is a greater demand than anticipated, we may be able to speed up the schedule.

It is being designed for Camaro convertible owners who wish to participate in road course track days, similar to the Pfadt Track Assault at the Camaro5fest. So it may not meet all of the requirements of the straightline tracks. If you have specific requirements, or just want to be kept informed of our progress, please send me a PM.

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