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Old 07-09-2008, 03:57 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by twentysixtwo View Post
You would certainly know more about how this works on an F-Body than I would - I was making more of a general statement based on my professional experience, and for every rule there are always exceptions....I hope my posting didn't appear too dogmatic or declarative (I think I said they do help but primarily when stationary)

I just took a closer look at your pictures - no front end opening makes your vehicle a "bottom breather" so yes, the flap will be helpful at speed, which I believe was exactly your point.
It's allright, no harm done. I'll take professional input when ever I can.

I wonder if Z06-style flaps infront of the tires could help divert air over them. I can't remember if they were for down force or to move air around those fat tires..

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