Whoa, thats cool. A bolt on rollcage. Your handling must be great!. By the way is it legal to install a rollcage on to a road car? Had the authorities stopped you before becoz of the rollcage?I'm quite interested in your bolt-on rollcage if you want to sell (if i'm not mistaken you got it when you purchase your car..correct me if i'm wrong)
Agree with you bro that rollcages will increase chassis rigidity thus improving handling.basically rollcage purpose is to protect the driver from being crashed / thrown out from the car in the event of an accident. fundamentally when rollcage points were bolted on to the chassis, the rigidity level will increase when all the stress / body roll during cornering transferred to the bars. so yes, indeed it will improve the cornering capability of a car.
the burning question that has been left unanswered for a long time is "is it legal to bolt on rollcage on our daily driven, street car?". If yes, which regulation shall be followed and what specification is approved by the authorities. If no, why cars with OEM-fitted rollcage are allowed to be driven on the road?
just my 2 cents...