I was thinkin bout doing that to my buddyclub bumper but never did, the way i understand it, there so air wont get traped back there its like the rear bumper catches air and slows u down kind of how a parachute does
I wonder if you can accomplish the same thing with a lowered car with a front air dam (like the ctr front lip). I noticed that my car was more stable at speed when I installed a ctr front lip. Letting less air in the front means that there is less air to get trapped in the rear.
Underbody trays and reaf diffusers accomplish this on race cars. If you can get hold of a rear diffuser or can make one, they work well at high speeds (over 160)
My hatch almost floated at thease speeds with the standard suspension and no diffuser, but then i lowered it and made a stainless steel tray for the bumper and now it sticks to the road all the way to 200, which is my max level road speed.
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I have an 89 CRX Hf that had working AC, not amazing, but it worked. I assume it was R12 as there were no converter nipples going on.
A while back someone hit let head on, broke the radiator and mangled the condenser, but didn't rupture it.
I decided since I was...
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So, I have a 1995 Civic Ferio Vi, with a D15B (two stage vtec) engine in it. Imported from Japan, so all JDM parts.
But... Something backed off the bolt on my main pulley (AKA harmonic balancer), and it got damaged. So, now to find one.
For you say anything I've done the search of done four searches and after getting to the 20th page I give up . My plan is to use a D15B7 and put the Max peating rod rods which are higher at 134.5 mm which is only at half a millimeter larger than stock rods. Along with this I plan for a z6 head...