It's a 4 point that bolts to the floor and to the existing bolts on the rear bulk head for the fuel cell. At the time, it was approved for NASA, ERME, PBOC, and another (maybe NHRA).Nice. They make some quality stuff.
Just curious, where are the 5th and 6th points of your rollbars, or is it a 4 pt? If 4 point, is there a racing body that accepts that or was it for your own piece of mind? I didn't see the shoulder and floor straps but thought maybe you have them tucked away for street use.
Good info. Glad you survived. :thumbsup3:Cool. Thanks for posting the photos.
NHRA and IHRA were 5 pt when I was into the scene and heading towards 6 pt. I kept the driver's door bar out for street use and only put it in at the track.
I actually wrecked that car on the street and rollbars actually save me from serious injury as it was a side impact collision and it absorbed enough force to bend it, breaking the driver's door in the process. Absent the bar, the door would have crushed in on me.
danke schönThat's one sick looking interior setup you have! Well done.
Thanks for your comments. They're made out of aluminum. I bought mine in early 2005 from PFYC.com. They still have them. http://www.pfyc.com/pc/C62007/C6INT/Diamond+Plate+Floor+Mats+for+C6+Corvette.htmlI like the diamond plate mats. What kind of material are they made from? Are they custom made, or can I buy them somewhere? By the way, the whole interior is very nice.:thumbsup: