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    Quote Originally Posted by br21 View Post
    I think it's more like you have class for such proto car than having car named "Dytko proto" homologated somewhere for national use. It's different with it than with "R5" Mirage.
    It's for sure driving in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Australia and New Zealand, USA, Spain, somethng in UK also I think.
    Are there safety approvals on them?
    How will generically the physical protection in a tubulat frame be compared to a conventional chassis?
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    Those Dytko cars are not tubular chassis. Those are "normal" chassis, modified floors to accomodate evo suspension/drivetrain with other brands "top".

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    Ahh, so safety approval by ASN should not be difficult. Has Dytko or ASNs done any generic safety test approvals that could be used by others?

    If yes, what country can be asked for good documentation?
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