The car I am prepping for a customer needs a bit more headroom for the driver due to the FIA roll cage and his crash helmet, does anyone have a good picture of a lowered floor pan under the drivers seat?
joules"Racing is Life, anything before or after is just waiting" - Steve McQueen
What are you specifically looking to assess from a photo? Lowered floor pans are available in various drops up to 3", most are angled front to rear so as not to create a lip and thus allowing the seat to still slide forward. Similarly some folks just cut the existing pan sides and rear bend it down and metal to fill.
For a fixed race seat the rake will be important if you don't want to alter the rake and the seat doesn't need to slide then I suggest a full drop true pan that lowers the front and rear.
Google 'Pantera dropped Floor Pans' images and you'll get a good cross section of solutions.
Thanks for the replies, the link and the piccies are just what I am looking for. I will be fabricating the dropped floor in house as the time and cost of shipping from the USA outweighs the time and material cost here in the UK.
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