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Wiechers Clubsport Rollbars & Cages

Wiechers Clubsport Rollbars & Cages

Safety is a valuable good. Even the best race drivers can be involved in an accident. In this situation it is good to know that rollbars and cages insure safety. Because they protect the occupants by preventing the car body from deforming on impact and injuring the driver. The cage is a construction of pipes made of metal which is attached in the interior of the vehicle. The Pipes run along the A-pillar and B-pillar, thus reinforcing them in addition. Wiechers cages Further horizontal stretches and a so-called H-strut, which runs behind the seats, complement the pipes. They give the construction the stability and security it needs. When fixing, one can distinguish 2 procedures, the more common method being screwing. In the process, holes are drilled into the vehicle floor and the metal pipes are screwed inside. The second option are Welding cages, which are completely welded to the vehicle. Cages reach up to the head height of the occupants in order to maintain a Survival Space in case of deformation. The little brother of the roll cage is the Roll bar. This construction is less complex because it is limited to only one pillar, usually the B-pillar. There are roll bars for numerous car models, such as the Audi TT Quattro 8N, the Mercedes A-Class C176/W176, the BMW 1 Series E87, the VW Golf II and many more. Roll-over devices are manufactured of aluminium, steel or CrMo steel, but steel is being most commonly used. But in order for a roll cage to be permitted in motorsport and also in road traffic, the design must meet certain requirements. Roll cages that meet the requirements usually come with a Manufacturer's certificate during delivery. Wiechers cages
Wiechers Clubsport Roll Bars
The Motorsport Company Wiechers has set itself the task of optimizing the basic idea of Roll-over devices even further. That's why the Wiechers experts designed the Clubsport roll Bars. But what distinguishes the Clubsport roll bars from conventional roll bars? The answer lies in the unique attachment method because Drilling or Welding is superfluous here. The roll bars are only attached to the original seatbelt fastening points or to the seat console. This is made possible by the foot of the Clubsport roll bar, which is designed in such a way that a fortification without drilling is possible. An H-strut and a cross of diagonal pipes complement the vertical tubes of the Roll Bar. Audi A3 RS3, BMW E36 Coupé, Ford Focus II, Opel Adam and Porsche 911 RS are just a small selection of the Vehicles for which Clubsport roll bars are available. Rollbars Rollbars Rollbars
About Wiechers Sport
Automotive racing and WIECHERS are two inextricably linked terms in the Scene. With years of experience in the Profession Wiechers experts have been developing and producing safety for Racing for more than 40 Years. In 1969 Hans Dieter Wiechers designed and built the first Wiechers roll bar for a BMW Type 02. This marked the beginning of the success story of Wiechers GmbH. Demand for Wiecher's products continued to grow. As a result, the company had to move to new buildings several times. Until finally 1999, the current site with 13,500 m ² of operational site and 5,600 m ² of floor space offers the Company enough reserves to grow. Wiechers has adopted proven, introduced new technologies in manufacturing and expanded his Product Portfolio. As a result, the company can continue to grow and offer its customers unique products and outstanding service. The team guarantees quality and fit accuracy  "Made in Germany ." Not only for serial products, but also for any kind of custom-made product.
Vehicle list for Clubsport roll bars:
Audi TT 8N, 8J, FV/8S A4 B7, B8 Limousine/Avant A5 B8 A6 C7 Type 4G A1 / S1 Type 8X A3 RS3, 8V Sportback/Limousine BMW E36 Coupé, Compact E46 Limousine, Coupé, Compact MINI R53, R56, F56 3er E90 Limousine, E92 Coupé 1er E82 Coupé, E87, F20, F21, 2er F22 3er F30 M2 Coupé F87 M3 F80 M4 F82 Coupé Chevrolet Camaro Fiat Grande Punto Type 199 / Abarth 500 / Abarth Ford C-Max II Focus II, III, IV Mondeo IV Type BA7, V Type MK5 S-Max B-Max hatchback Kuga hatchback Fiesta ST MK7 Type JA8 MK8 Mustang VI Honda Civic FN2 Type R Hyundai Genesis Coupé i30 Type N (PD) Veloster Kia cee'd (JD) pro_cee'd (JD) Mercedes A-class C176 / W176, W177 Nissan 100NX Type B13 Coupé Opel Astra-H GTC hatchback, J GTC/OPC GT Roadster Adam Corsa D, E Porsche 964 Carrera 2 + 4, RS 993 911 RS 996, GT3 / RS 997, GT3 / RS 991 (not GT3) Cayman Type 981c (2013 – 2016) / 718 Cayman / S Type 982 Renault Megane III Type Z Coupé, IV Clio III Type R, IV Type X98 Seat Leon 1M / Cupra R, 1P, III 5F Skoda Octavia III Type 5E Smart Fortwo Type C450 Subaru BRZ WRX STI Suzuki Swift Type RZ/AZ Toyota GT86 VW Golf IV, V, VI, VI Cabrio, VII Scirocco III Polo 9N, 9N3, V Type 6R, VI 2G Type AW Beetle 5C

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