Building a 12 Point Roll Cage in the Off-Road Lamborghini Huracan

In todays episode we’re building a roll cage!
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50 thoughts on “Building a 12 Point Roll Cage in the Off-Road Lamborghini Huracan

  1. The build is pretty cool I would have considered an exocage it would have protected the shell first obstacle you hit or hits you is going to destroy that tub

  2. From someone who lives in Nevada first, thank you for saying the name right, and second the restrictions suck when it comes to any public events normally we’d have a bunch of motorsports stuff and COVID has stopped it all

  3. You Must cut out the plate for the right a polar under the plate is the Second vin number from your car !
    Later you became problems by the proving of you car and registration by the race/ road registration

  4. Love this video
    Great job
    I was in steel fabrication while serving in the U.S . Navy.
    One of the first things they showed us is a piece of steel welded to aluminum.
    This is done with a dielectric strip . They use this to weld the superstructure (made with aluminum) of an aircraft carrier to the deck.

  5. I'm sure someone has already said this, but you shouldn't have any ground clearance issues. Just cut the floorboards and lower the mounting point for the seats.

  6. I’m glad the mint got delayed. They did great with the burntican but I feel like it was rushed and is more for a statement and eye candy than performance on the track.

  7. Please listen to those of us who've been there and done that. You're insane if you don't use the extra time you've been allotted due to the race postponement to figure out a way to lower the floor and make room for a proper suspension seat.

  8. Ironic when he mentioned the fact that a straight bar at roof height for the halo was stronger.

    Hard turns/bends with a miniscule radius are definitely weaker.

    But an arch with a long radius is one of the strongest shapes in nature. Even the Super Trofeo has an arched halo for this exact reason.

    Turns out, those Romans were really onto something!

  9. for the main rear hoop you could have gotten away with putting it in with taking the roof off or cutting the floor like you did. By cutting the uprights shorter and sleeveing the feet with a slightly larger pipe. then slid it to adjust the height and weld it insitu.

  10. So they didnt die in a place crash, which means no Chris Fix or Rob Dahm… I would dig that collab though and still keep our crew for B is for Build. lol

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