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04-02-2005 09:11 PM
NickIF definitely go with 905... I had a FI on my f4i and it held up good (I had to bend the loop back once, real PITA) but I never really crashed hard on it either. The 905 cages distribute the crash over a wider area and not just on the slider bolt
04-01-2005 01:40 PM
Texas Blonde www.freestyleingenuity.com

www.racing905.com

www.powersbikeworx.com


I like Racing905 and Powers the best. I was going to buy a Powers cage before I decided to build my own.
04-01-2005 12:34 PM
kc6 Freestyle Ingenuity has been around the longest I think, I used to use their cages and held up very well, I would buy one again. Stuntlife.com has had some lengthy discussions over pros and cons and which cage is best
04-01-2005 08:55 AM
Vcook maybe NickIF will chime in. I think he just got one for his 636 stunt piece.
04-01-2005 08:54 AM
mkurgan
crash cage

does anybody know any good crash cages out there.

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