What does a spoiler do on a car?
Spoilers are supposed to change airflow above, around and underneath vehicles to reduce wind resistance (or drag) or use the air to create more downforce and enable more grip at high speeds. They're designed to “spoil” the airflow to reduce its negative effects. via
What type of spoiler is best?
Roof spoilers (also known as "window spoilers") are most effective on hatchbacks, station wagons, and sport utilities where the rear of the vehicle drops off sharply and there's no other trunk edge to speak of. In such cases, these roof spoilers effectively create the extra down force needed to enhance stability. via
Is a spoiler or wing better?
While both accessories can make a vehicle more aerodynamic, a wing tends to be more effective than a spoiler in generating downforce at very high speeds. At normal, road-going speeds, however, a wing is unlikely to improve vehicle performance. That's why most production vehicles have spoilers, rather than wings. via
Can you tune a Q50?
The JB4 Tuner for Infiniti Q50/Q60 3.0T plug and play tuner attaches to two easy to access sensors in the engine bay and works with your factory DME tuning to remap your boost, timing, and fueling for optimal performance and reduced turbo lag. via
How much is a tune for a Q50?
However, a more specialized tune up involving the combustion engine, a brake service, clutch service, transmission service, air conditioning service, or hoses inspection can run anywhere from $200 to $800. via
What does a front spoiler do?
Front spoilers: A front spoiler (air dam) is positioned under or integrated with the front bumper. In racing, this spoiler is used to control the dynamics of handling related to the air in front of the vehicle. This can be to improve the drag coefficient of the body of the vehicle at speed, or to generate downforce. via