Personally, I wouldn't use a roll cage not designed for my car.i got a half cage very similar to yours mate. i got it off a friend last week for £40, im not sure where he got it from but i know he had it in his clio, its a pretty decent fit in the back of my pug though. ill try and get a pic up for you. im new to this and modifying cars, so will be looking on here for alot of inspiration and advice.
It isn't designed to be in there. A roll cage should strengthen the chassis because it's designed to stop flex. 'Old Git' will have more in-depth input but basically I can't imagine a cage designed to fit in a Clio supporting a 206 as it should do. Assuming we are talking about a proper roll cage? Not a show cage.what would be the main reasons for that mate? its bolted in by the floor at the front and at at the rear of the car aswell, ill get a pic of it up on here tomorrow.
What buckets have you ordered?cheers mate thats good to know. im totally new to this and have very limited knowledge on cars. i got this pug very cheap in quite a bad shape, so am just trying out different things and experimenting at the moment. just ordered some bucket seats, so will probably be looking for some fitting advice when they arive.