IMP performance official Carbon FIber Side Skirt Underboard for 8 SERIES G14 convertible G15 Coupe G16 4DR Gran Coupe 840 850
- Payment TermsT/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,PAYPAL
- Supply Ability50 Piece/Pieces per Month
- Condition100% Brand-new
- Warranty3 Months
- Place of OriginZhejiang China
- Product NumberiMPBMW8G003CF
- SizeStandard Size
- Car FitmentBMW 8 SERIES G14
- OE NO.Unknow
- MaterialCarbon Fiber
- Brand NameiMP Performance
- Advantage10 Years Experience
- Fitment100% Fitment
- Packaging DetailFoam and bubble wrapping, cupboard box carton
Role of side skirts
The side skirts are part of the body spoiler kit, with aesthetics being secondary. If installed properly, they can reduce the reverse airflow generated during vehicle driving.
At high speeds, it is like the ground sucking on the chassis, greatly increasing operational stability. It is necessary to use it in conjunction with the front and rear spoiler skirts, and is a necessary modification.
Turbulence allows the wind resistance generated during high-speed operation of the vehicle to smoothly sweep through the vehicle bottom, without causing the vehicle to drift during driving.
Car side skirts refer to the skirts installed on both sides of the vehicle body, which have the same effect as air dams. They are used to reduce the airflow from both sides of the vehicle body entering the vehicle bottom, and have a certain disturbing effect. When the vehicle is traveling at high speeds, under certain conditions, they can significantly reduce air resistance.
The holes under the car side skirts are processing holes that are used for positioning during vehicle manufacturing. In addition, some models have holes that are drainage holes that are used to drain water from the car in rain or wading into the car, so that the car does not rust as a result.
Installing side shields on tractors not only makes them more beautiful, but also reduces wind resistance and fuel consumption.
In fact, there are many drainage holes in cars, which are located in various parts of the car. Whether the drainage holes are smooth or not will directly affect the use of the car. Including air conditioning drain, engine compartment drain, sunroof drain, drain holes at the door, and bottom large side drain holes. Water ingress can also occur in areas that are sealed with sealant by some car owners, such as the interface of the chassis during wiring. However, the drain hole itself is used for drainage, so it is recommended not to seal it up, as this can double the maintenance cost.