I thought it would increase drag because texture of the stuff. It feels like rubber is almost sticky to the touch. I'm sure it's negligible though. As far as weight goes, a few gallons are required for the whole car. It's around 10lbs in liquid form. However, it weighs like nothing when it's dry. Pretty weird stuff.Increases drag? I think it adds weight. :rofl:
I bet you in a wind tunnel they do... We just do not have fine-enough testing to prove or disprove.That is a simplistic theory I refuse to believe in. By that logic, orange peel or sticky tree sap would increase drag; but I see where you're coming from.
ya I bet. Dudeee when you do a car wash in Gran Turismo 5 you go a little fastarr. So I'm sure the same thing applies when you've got crap on your car. :naughty:I bet you in a wind tunnel they do... We just do not have fine-enough testing to prove or disprove.
I think its more about aerodynamics. Smoother airflow over the car and less drag when the car is clean. Weight doesn't affect top speed much anyways.^^^Isn't that because washing the car shed the weight of the amount of dirt/gunk that had been building up on?
I hope you mean 265/35 little man! :busted::busted::busted::busted::busted::crash: :smash: :crash: :smash:Few updates... I bought a catless Invidia dp and will install it as soon as I get a heatshield and boost gauge. Then I'll use the ots Cobb Stage 2 tune until I get a few more supporting mods and then a protune. I also just installed some yellow fog tints.... sweeet
I did get some new rubber though. I had a hard time finding out if 265 30 18 Michelin Pilot Super Sports fit on the oem bbs rim without fitment/rubbing problems, so I bit the bullet and just got them. These tires are so epic. There is so much grip now that I definitely need sway bars and a new seat. I'm glad I went with 265s too. They just look and feel the business.