design spoiler car. Sunday , November 26th , 2017 - 02:52:02 AM
If you’re one among the lucky ones caught cruising around Woodward inside a new Camaro, Charger, or Mustang, you may have already gotten the back end spoiled! With Auto Spoilers available now for nearly any automobile, you don’t necessarily have to be driving one of these great hot rods, to have a spoiler dressing up your ride!
The muscle car models initially sported only rear spoilers. The construction of front spoilers not only enhanced the appearance, but also added functionality in terms of aerodynamic design. The muscle car spoilers, both frontal and rear spoilers, are usually molded into the bumper caps. This arrangement helps to reduce the car’s lift and drag and increase its downforce. Subsequently, these would ensure increase in traction, permitting the car to brake, turn, and accelerate properly and more forcefully.
So what exactly is a Rear Wing Spoiler? According to the "experts", a Spoiler is NOT a Wing, and vice versa. Their missions in life are different. A rear spoiler is a device mounted on the rear deck of a car or truck ( or the rear roof of a van or SUV ) whose purpose is to "spoil" any air movement that doesn’t help keep the car on the road. They help with vehicle stability and fuel mileage. They are to be found on many high performance sports cars, as well as on some everyday passenger cars.
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