I've seen a few people say that having a harness without a roll-cage is a bad idea and it can lead to injuries in a significant crash. Can anyone explain more in depth why this is true?
Or get a custom cage built that allows the front to be removed when you are not at the track........Best of both worlds imo.I would go with the rear half cage if I were you, seeing as you don't want to lose comfort etc..
:agreed: Roll that car with harnesses no cage and you aren't going to have an open casket funeral. Hit something fast enough and you'll break the seat too. Both are a risk. Get a harness bar and rollover protection and then use harnesses as ADDITIONAL safety versus a death trap. The ONLY use I've ever seen for harnesses with no cage is with the auto cross crew going like 40-60 mph TOPS in a parking lot who need to be held in place left and right wise as they turn hard. If this is you, just wear them at the event.supraman111 said:say your in a roll over.........have the harnesses on
the harnesses dont allow you to slide down in your seat...
your head is the only thing keeping the roof from coming in
thats what adrocktt told me that made me pick up the phone and order a roll cage to be installed