Bodykits materials comparison

An introduction to different types of Body Kit materials and it’s pro and cons

When it comes to manufacturing body kits, there are four different materials generally used. Fiberglass, Poly Urethane (Urethane), Carbon Fiber and ABS Plastic. Each material has its strengths and weaknesses in the use of producing aftermarket ground effects kits. Fiberglass is used in about 95% of the body kits on the market, however many people have a common misconception about fiberglass body kits.
Pros and Cons of difference types of Body Kit Materials
Fiberglass is the most commonly used body kit material due to several factors. FIberglass is nearly the lightest material used to create ground effects other than carbon fiber. Fiberglass is easier to produce than kits of any other material and easier to create molds and splash kits than other materials as well. Fiberglass is usually Hand-laid and it is also the most brittle of body kit (...)

Aerodynamic 101- How airflow will affect your car ride

 

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Aerodynamic Air Flow chart

Bodykits / Aerodynamic customize components is mainly make up of exterior modifications to a car, typically comprised of front and rear bumpers (fenders), side skirts, and spoilers onto the painted portion of a car resulting in the outward appearance of the car. It can create a smooth flowing look or add aggressive looking lines to the car, making it appear like a lowered vehicle.

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A lot of car owners in Asian and European countries see body kits as a way to improve the appearance of their cars. As a result, body kits has became part of the automotive hobby, and whenever people thought about modifying cars, (...)

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