I've noticed that there's been some areodynamic improvements on the outlaw cars. Are they working? How much does it improve the stability on the big end...and during shutdown .....I was thinking of doing a belly pan in the rear anyone have any pics????
We were thinking of doing a rear diffuser deal to match with our front ends a few months ago. But in my opinion, for a diffuser to work in the rear properly, you would need a functioning complete matching body pan and front diffuser as well. I dont have first hand experience as does T1 and a couple other cars that have it, but in my opinion if you're going to do any aerodynamic stuff like that, its an all or nothing kind of deal to really make it work properly. I wouldnt just do a rear part only.
The car seems really stable at speed although we need some better brakepads for sure! I think the front splitter is really functional and adds quite a bit of stability. Two rivets ripped out of the front splitter brace right in the middle so we know it's doing what it is supposed to!
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