I just got my Autopower 6 point roll cage installed. I posted some pics below.
The cage is really nice quality and the bars are much thicker than the CUSCO models for example....BUT, there's always a but, isn't there!
Before you order this cage just know what you're getting yourself into..
$675 for cage (worth every penny -VERY nice quality)
$123 for shipping to East Coast (RI)
$450 for powder coating of the cage (unless you want to go with the stock charcoal color and oh, by the way, my cage came painted but the 8 tubes/slip joints that attach the various bar sections weren't painted at all and they go OUTSIDE the roll bar sections.
and now the big hitter....
$1,038 to install (2 mechanics and I working for 10 hours to install). The only joints that were pre-drilled were the two upper rear joints that you see in the pictures and the cage feet, all the rest you drill yourself.
To fit this cage you have to take out all the seats, dry fit/align the various roll cage pieces in the car, assemble the cage with the slip joints/tubing (none of which are drilled by the way); mark each piece, align and mark each slip joint; disassemble the whole cage, reassemble outside of the car; drill out (2) 3/8" holes for each slip joint, through the joint tubing and the roll cage piping, deburr all the holes; take everything apart again; reassemble into the car; align all the connections/holes; remove rear wheels; drill the cage footers through the body and rear fenderwell; bolt down with supplied doubler plates; torque bolts to spec; reinstall seating front and rear; clean interior, see if you chipped up any of the paint (we didn't but that's one of the reasons it took so long...had to be very careful), and split a case of beer because after this, you deserve it!!!!
Would I do it again, YEA!
Did I know how much work I was getting myself into...not a clue