Being specific to the TSX/Euro, the OEM setup is ideally designed for an "all-rounded" function. I'm not saying it's good or bad but what you want to do exactly with the car will determine how much aerodynamics changes you want implemented. It's always about practicality above anything else.johnej said:my questions stem from an engineering standpoint. more on theory than on practicality.
My nominee for most surprising car on that list:kiteboy said:The CL9 has a Cd (drag coefficient) of 0.27
While pretty damn good, there are a number of cars that match it.
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http://autozine.kyul.net/technical_school/aero/tech_aero.htm#Drag and Lift