how effective do you guys find a wing to be if a car is spinning a little on the top end?????? does moving the wing up to catch more air usually help in most cases????
If you have a wing on your car, you better be able to run 7.20 or quicker. Nothing worse than seeing slow cars with wings.how effective do you guys find a wing to be if a car is spinning a little on the top end?????? does moving the wing up to catch more air usually help in most cases????
If you're running 6.60 at 210, I hope you already have a wing.well in our case we go 6.60's @ 210... quick enough.. slow poke???
wats your problem with me u always have something to say when no one is talking to you...... i was asking about the wing for our street car anyways.... but since captain america tried to be funny.......... wats the problem with me putting we.... we are a teamhey he graduated number 1 in his class so he can do that!
Should add that the size of a wickerbill can affect downforce, as can the size, shape, and contour of the spill plates.Rear wing adjustments definitely have an effect on tire spin. All wings are not created equal and react differently.
Our old style "flat" 14" pro stock style wings added about 30-40 lbs at 1 degree. If you adjusted them all higher across the car....each hole upward was worth 30-40 lbs, just the center of the car...slightly less. The new "wickerbill" design can yield more downforce.
Remember.....all gains are progressive.....they start to show on data about 330' and increase all the way to the finish.