[qoute]they are situated to actually block the air and force it down over the rear surface of the rig not to act as a spoiler.[/quote]
That's what a spioler's supposed to do--break up the airflow and fill the vacuum pocket behind the vehicle, decreasing drag.
You're talking about a wing
, which is in looks and in practice, the same as an airplane wing upside down. Don't make me go into the math of wings and lift (or downforce, in this case).
["Crocodile" Dundee] That's not a wing...THIS
is a wing. [/Dundee]
'84 Grand Wagoneer "B.U.F.F" (Big Ugly Fat... um...Fellow)
360,727,229, 44 & 20 (3.31s), 30x9.5
If you don't know what all those numbers mean, you shouldn't be here.