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PyRoLiTe
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PyRoLiTe Aug 4, 1:48pm - #240058 

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Underbody question

sure it's been asked b4, but here's a quickie. How needed r the plastics on the bottom of the car. They just keep it cleaner right?

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ragingpaseo
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ragingpaseo Aug 4, 3:28pm - #240059 
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pretty much, keep it if you can...
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NeXuS Aug 4, 3:32pm - #240060 

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Maybe for a better airflow under the car too.. Who knows!
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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 4, 4:14pm - #240061 
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Airflow is the main purpose; the easier the path under your car, the more down force is created.
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ravertony Aug 4, 4:23pm - #240062 
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isnt it for aerodynamics too?? cause it doesnt allow air to be caught in the firewall which would slow it down.
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ravertony Aug 4, 4:26pm - #240063 
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Originally Posted by Haulin_A_Doo
Airflow is the main purpose; the easier the path under your car, the more down force is created.


the easier the path is for less drag not down force spineyes haha lol down force from the bottom of ur car
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