design spoiler car. Sunday , November 26th , 2017 - 03:53:34 AM
The Rear Wing, on the other hand, is designed to generate a "down-force" at the back end of the vehicle, helping it to stay low to the ground. It is very effective for high speed cornering and general stability on the road, keeping the car "grounded". It is called a Wing because of its resemblance to an aircraft wing, although mounted in reverse.
Finally, the High Rise or Specialty Spoilers would be the huge dudes that sit higher up off the deck lid. Take a trip down Memory Lane back to the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, and its mammoth rear spoiler. Like them or not, they’re popping up once again, everywhere, primarily on the smaller compact rides.
A spoiler is an aerodynamic device optionally attached to a vehicle that is designed to literally ’spoil’ air movement across the body of a moving vehicle. As a result, the vehicle will have an enhanced stability by decreasing the lift and decreasing drag caused by accelerating at high speeds. The main purpose of the spoiler is to interrupt the air flow going over the car’s body thus reducing the amount of lift generated naturally by the shape of the car. The result is an increased amount of force pushing between the tires to the road surface that provides greater traction. The increased traction enables the moving vehicle to effectively turn, brake, and accelerate with increased stability and control.
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