Alpha Racing Air Vortex Generator Diffuser Shark Fin 10pcs Set Kit Compatible with Spoiler Roof Wing Pointed End Style Carbon Fiber Pattern
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Selected User Reviews For Alpha Racing Air Vortex Generator Diffuser Shark Fin 10pcs Set Kit Compatible with Spoiler Roof Wing Pointed End Style Carbon Fiber Pattern
I have a Prius, and it is not the most agile car I have ever driven. There has been one main complaint I have had, which is that the car seems to bounce around quite a bit whenever I get too close to a large truck on the highway, either right behind or right next to me. Fortunately, the problem is not so severe that I'd lose control, but it certainly annoys me. I will give the shark fin a try since I have been a Formula 1 fan for a long time. I figure the air turbulence is the likely culprit and that I could break up the airflow with something. Above the rear window, I mounted four pieces of wood. The only difference I expected was a placebo effect, so I figured it couldn't hurt. After all, I have no experience with it. It is almost as if the bouncing is gone. While I am not an aerodynamicist, I may have stayed at a Holiday Inn at some point in my life.
After watching a couple of videos about them on YouTube, I was excited to put them on my car. After receiving my order, I was ecstatic but very disappointed when I opened the box and saw the spikes in person. They did not match the picture as advertised (the picture did match what was seen in the video). My carbon fiber ones didn't even match the weave on the picture when I received them, and when I looked at them the next day, I was pretty bummed out. Maybe it was In any case, I will return them.
My 2007 Toyota Tuscani (Hyundai) Tiburon came with these tires. It can be a bit of a hassle to install them properly if you do it the right way. It was a very clean install. My Vortex generators are located on In order to mark everything, I used masking tape to line everything up and a roll of tailor tape to line everything up. (I also used a Sharpie. On the car, I stuck the green and more adhesive side on the car. I then attached the white side of the adhesive patch to the back of each part. There are no problems after a car wash. All of them are still on strong after that. I love how these turned out and I am completely satisfied with the results.
While I wait to be able to afford it, I will have this. Those are good looking stickers. The picture shows that the adhesive adheres correctly. I will have them until I can afford the real ones at $100 each. A week has passed since it was turned on. A car wash has been completed. I still think they look great.
I'm very happy with this purchase! In the last 4 inches of your roof above the point where the roof ends and starts to slope downward, the installation is 4" apart. A CRITICAL NEED Place 15* off the center of the mounting plate Point at their fronts toward the center line of each side of the line. A point parallel to the center of the circle must be found on each side of the center except outside Take the straight line (to the right). Those less than 3" apart can cancel each other out so as not to interfere with the neighboring vortex. It should have a larger measurement of at least 6 inches. Using VGs would disrupt the linear airflow A 12-character number It's fine to have an offset of 18*. With the notch out of the fin, two vortex clusters form - the research is titled "Research on Aerodynamic Drag Reduction by Vortex Generators" BONUS - A single uninterrupted fin produces twice as much volume as a second uninterrupted *10 and up 14 - 15 A 20 degree yaw angle test - The aerodynamic drag reduction in a passenger vehicle is based on a VORTEX generator with variable yaw angles it is named Smooth-vehicle. In order to avoid bent tabs, the mounting tabs could have been laid flat on the activator envelope rather than inside the bag of VGs, so the roof color could easily be painted. You did a terrific job, thank you!.
Plastic that is high gloss and cheap. The wheels did not end up being used since they stand too high off the roof.
The roof's outer edges and the edges of its fins are very flat, unable to conform to the natural curvature of the roof, which causes them to peel In this case, the adhesive used on the fins is too tall and leaves a 2 mm difference between the top surface and the body, making the fin look cheap. Despite the fact that there are reviews that show different measurements, I have included pictures of what I received. It seems to be convenient to use these if the surface you are using is completely flat and people won't need to closely examine them.
They look really nice on my car. I hope they won't come loose.
When I put these on my car, they looked really cheap, ricey looking, I kept two on to protect my antenna from damage, but I think the whole set is kinda worthless, if you are going to put splitters on your car, do not skimp.