if it is at speed,then of course all the above must be considered,but you are more likely looking aerodynamics.an incorrectly placed/angled spoiler can be more of a hinderance,possibly dangerous.
as mentioned earlier,there are guys,john webster,andy robinson,chris issacs
etc etc who do this kind of thing for a living.
i think youd be best to give one of them a call.
oh yeah,just a quickie.i wasnt putting billyboys advice down,it is very accurate.its just that i would hate to see you come unstuck if something wasnt quite right.
hey wayne, not you the other wayne lucky777...
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while were on the subject of potty vws trying to run straight, lets see some pics of yours wayne?..dragsterbus dude one....
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anti roll bars work very well on a four bar , i know of two very quick cars owned by mates that will not take them off now.
Pro Street Escort... MOT ready.
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An aerodynamic revolution!!, might be of some interest!!
Apparently only 20% of drag on a square backed vehicle is caused by friction, ie. along the slab sides of the vehicle. The bulk of the remaining 80% is pressure drag, the vast majority of which is the low pressure at the back of the vehicle!
The other area to consider is the underneath.
If you can sheet over most of it then you will create faster airflow under the vehicle, creating downpressure as well.
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