They have trackspec hoodvents. They extract air but not like expected.
I'm testing now for them wickers for the mustang vents.
I hope to take some videos on it.
Couple of question
1. If reducing the underhood pressure =less lift why tape the hood/windshield area?
2. Splitter side flaps
Do you think you just need GT500style flaps(in red) or would it be better having side flaps also(blue )?
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What do you think about the driver and passenger door window being open and how it effects aero? I only do HPDE and have no rules to adhere to but every organization makes us track with the windows down.
I envisioned a canard type attachment running up the A pillar to deflect the air either over the roof or push it away from the window opening and have it attach back onto the rear trunk area.
I'm not sure how bad having the windows open effects aero in a negative way....I'm assuming it creates some sort of lift and or breaks up the flow and how it goes over the rear quarter panels. Any thoughts?
A safety advantage too. More and more Euro manufacturers are requiring windows-up for their factory sponsored driving events. It reduces the chance of injuries, by a lot, apparently.Closing them, if the rules allow, is definitely an aero advantage. How much I'm not really sure. That would be a fun easy run to do next time I go to the tunnel.
So i'm a little confuse here but especccialy I'M WORRY I WILL SEVERE UNBALANCE MY CAR with a rear wing, even If I put a huge splitter in the front.
I mean that car with huge splitter, canards, front diffuser had...lift in the front.
Please let me know!
CAN YOU GUYS PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
1. " Why a splitter generates the DF?" Is it because high pressure pushing down or fast air under sucks it Down?