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« on: December 12, 2015, 04:00:59 PM »

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I'll be picking up my Sapphire GTS in a week or so and it will have a new RPM Rollbar.   6 point with removable sidebars.
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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2015, 07:05:27 AM »

personal preference or legal need for all the high speed events you do?
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« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2015, 10:59:32 AM »

I like the extra safety as long as it doesn't compromise comfort and getting in and out of the car. 

I plan to upgrade the Sapphire to a 1000whp Megablown engine.  I've done the clutch, 1200hp tranzilla T56, have a 14" Roe Racing front brake kit to go back into the car and this time I bought a rear brake adapter to mount the Gen 2 fronts onto the rear.  The ABS calipers don't fit the 16" slicks but the heavy duty 4 piston Brembos do fit the slicks ... while increasing the stopping of the car.  I've paid to have my car completely repainted.  I have a couple sets of extreme axles and an extra posi unit that has survived 1400hp abuse.  I purchased a lighweight lift off hood with a 4" cowl induction style center bump. 

I'm working on a few intake manifold designs and have a set of GTSR heads that I will port and assemble for this engine.

I am focused on the Twin Turbo GTS still, but I continue to procure parts still needed for the bigger powered supercharged engine that I have planned. 

The Roll cage is part of that plan.  To answer your question Yes to both Chip


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