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    Cusco Roll Cages CHEAP - now updated

    Not sure why lol, but something prompted me to offer a GB on these

    Here's what a 6point looks like fitted to an S14




    and although it pains me to post them again, here's how a car looks after the cage has been tested






    Prices - apply to ALL vehicles that Cusco offer a cage for. Prices are based on the number of fixing points of the cage, not what car it's for.

    THERE IS NO MINIMUM ORDER QTY - IF YOU WANT ONE, CALL US AND ORDER IT, OR USE THE ONLINE ORDER FORM (LINK IN MY SIG)


    15% deposit is all that is required! Balance due when the cages land in the UK!

    Safety 21 Steel
    4 point 210 inc vat
    5 point 280 inc vat
    6 point 380 inc vat
    7 point 445 inc vat
    8 point 510 inc vat

    Cro-Mo 30% lighter
    4 point 265 inc vat
    5 point 380 inc vat
    6 point 450 inc vat- as fitted to my S14a and powder coated black
    7 point 560 inc vat
    8 point 670 inc vat
    Delivery is from 20

    Sun visor clips for front bar 20 each

    Door bars:
    Carbon 320 inc vat per pair
    Alu 250 inc vat per pair
    Steel 225 inc vat per pair



    Delivery schedule is like this: Cut off date for orders is 12noon 11th December 2006. The orders will all be sent to Cusco and they will make everything. Usually we allow 4 weeks for cages to be made, then they are shipped out from Japan, on this order we are shipping by sea freight to keep costs this low. Based on that I would say only make an order if you are prepared to wait for the cage to arrive - I guess end of Feb would be about right but don't quote me
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    I'm assuming they're bolt in?

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    Yep

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    Forgot, we only need 15% deposit (non refundable) to place your order.

    The balance will b due when the cages land in the UK

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    I presume all these are dash-dodger ones? Any pics of how the bent part of the cage legs stood up to your 'incident'?

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    They can be dash dodgers or through dash if you wish.

    It didn't move mate

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    Is the through dash any more/less costly?

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    I think the safety 21 are through dash and cusco are around dash. Safety 21 is cheaper but stronger but heavier...

    Although dan might correct me.

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    I know i want one mate but this has come at the wrong time for me Soon though

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    I'm tempted as I wont have to pay the balance till febuary, I need to check with insurance though first

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    dodge and through are the same prices.

    Safety 21 and cro-mo are both available in dodge or through versions.

    So in short, you can choose to dodge the dash, or go through it - and you can choose to have Safety 21 steel or Cro-mo lighter version at a slight increase in cost.

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    how hard are they to fit, and do you need to remove the rear strut brace to bolt it in.
    im very interested in one, will see what happens in the next few days.

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    I didn't do mine but it seemed to go in easy enough and I've had customers fit them themselves before with ease. The fixings for the rear on the 6 point go through the side interior trim so you can still use the rear seats and have a rear brace

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    Final question - are there provisions made to fit door bars at the later date or would that need to be a custom weld-on job?

    Has to be said that an unfortunate as your incident was its a superb advertisement for a cage - you can see where the roof and interior light has wrapped itself around the cage!

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    There aren't any provisions as such no. It wouldn't be much of a drama though if you decided you needed them.

    Yes, it did a job which is why I've got going to make this offer for safety's sake. It did look cool as **** too

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    What colour is the cro-mo one?

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    I fitted a 5 point Cro Mo to my S14 and TBH is was pretty easy, the rear quaters took the longest to fit, the cage was a breeze

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    Cro-mo ones are that metallic blue colour, like Cusco use on their arms etc

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    outstanding piece of engineering, saves lives !!
    i've heard having a cage fitted puts up your insurance. ridiculous for extra safety!

    registering interest, safety steel either 5 point or 6 point. i noticed you dont have a price for the 5 point?

    also can i retain the factory seat belts and still be functional. some people have said to have a harness when using a cage.

    lastly, can you still use your sun visors??

    and terribly sorry about your car , saw the threads... (wheres that stack dash going)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HippoDyl
    outstanding piece of engineering, saves lives !!
    i've heard having a cage fitted puts up your insurance. ridiculous for extra safety!
    I questioned the insurance about a cage this year when I was getting quotes. I think I asked someone at sky why it costs more for a cage. I asked if they thought the car was gonna be ragged but he said its more due to personal injury claims when people twat their head on it in an accident.

    Not such a problem with harnesses I guess

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