I am getting quoted the same numbers, I am looking for an R, but it looks like I will need to wait 6 months until the ADM goes away.Has anybody actually received a 2016 GT350 or "R" version? I'd like to hear about it and what the ADM's are right now. I've been quoted $10K over on the standard and $20K over for the "R".
Did you guys ever happen to come up with a roll bar option for the 13/14 GT500 convertibles?For all of you GT, GT350, and GT350R owners/prospective owners, we have invested several months in developing a 4-point roll bar that will fit these cars and provide a level of safety over OEM. I have kept abreast of any/all competitor's offerings and I am confident that our solution will offer superior strength, installation options (*), install-ability, and aesthetics. Our roll bar kit will install equally well in cars with a rear seat or without a rear seat (350R). Of course we would NEVER advocate having any rear seat passengers once the bar is installed, but not requiring customers to purchase/install a RSD kit is a real advantage for most. Our solution will have much better conformance to the car's roofline (safety & aesthetic advantages) and our incorporated harness bar and diagonal will NOT impede full rearward seat travel for tall drivers.
(*) While NO roll bar system can insure the complete safety of the driver/passenger, the general consensus is that bar systems that are welded into place offer more strength and protection than bolt-in solutions. Our GT/GT350/GT350R kit can be either 100% bolted into place, 100% welded into place, or any combination. While accidents can happen in any environment, the more the car is used for wheel to wheel racing the more important it is that the bar is welded into place - and the governing rules for whatever racing you are doing tend to cover (and enforce) this well. Conversely, I suspect that the majority of GT/350/350R owners are going to see occasional track use and our bolt-in option will provide increased occupant protection as well as providing a preferred method for shoulder harness anchoring. Of course one of the advantages of bolt-in is that the bars can ship powdercoated and ready for install. By comparison, bolt-in roll bars are routinely offered by Porsche for their GT3 and GT3RS cars in European markets.
To complement the Roll Bar Kits, we will also have 6-point (CROW) racing harnesses with customized clip brackets as well as modest GT350R designations on both the pull straps and cam-lock covers - much the same way that we did this for the Boss 302 owners.
Our first production bars will be back from powdercoating this week so I hope to have some pics available very soon.