AGI Roll Cages - ANDRA & CAMS Compliant
We are now a proud retailer of AGI engineering rollcages. AGI offer a range or CAMS and ANDRA approved roll cages for most commonly raced vehicles all made here in Australia.
We Offer basic half cages all the way through to national level cage kits.
Cages typically take 5-6 weeks to be delivered to the depot here in Perth.
Please contact us to go over your requirements, and we can price up the best cage to suit your needs.
Further to this we offer Log booking for CAMS cages and are happy to offer a full package with seats harnesses, window nets and padding to suit your needs.
The Confederation of Australian Motorsport Ltd (CAMS) is the governing body of motorsport in Australia and is the representative of the Federation Internationale l’Automobile (FIA). AGI Manufacture CAMS Roll cages.
CAMS is responsible for the rules and regulations for such areas as Circuit Racing, Rallies, Tarmac Rallies, Drifting, Time Attack and Off-Road.
All of our CAMS Roll cages meet the latest CAMS/FIA regulations (for each level of competition) whether they’re a Bolt-in or a Weld-in type. The decision normally comes down to the client’s long term aims for the vehicle and their budget. Bolt-in kits are typically cheaper and allow more flexibility with your car while Weld-in cages are the ultimate in performance and safety and when done right can add a little more torsional stiffness when you’re chasing those last few tenths of a second
The Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) is the Drag Racing sanctioning body for Australia. Today ANDRA sanctions Drag Racing events throughout the year at all levels from Top Fuel to Junior Dragsters on everything from temporary regional tracks to international standard facilities in capital cities.
As of July 2013, ANDRA now allow Roll Cage manufacturers to provide a full Chrome Moly – Bolt-in Roll cage kit for vehicles running down to 8.0 seconds down the quarter mile.
Bolt-in Roll cage kits allow the flexibility to remove sections of the ANDRA roll cage such as the front legs, windscreen bar and side intrusion bars whilst keeping the rear section of the cage installed for street use. The car can then be ‘engineered’ and re-registered as a ‘two seater’ for legal road use in most states. The front half of the cage can then be re-fitted once you’re at the track for competition.