Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: CANADA! Montreal (party city), Quebec
TechnicHally, Since air is a fluid and since the wind only sees the front projection of the car when it hits, you can take the area of the front projection of the car and times it by the coefficien of drag. This is by fluid dynamic theorem.
To clarify, the front projection o the car is the measurement of the face of the car as you see it staring right at it. Kinda hard to describe in words right now lol. I'm also in class...
- 2011 Plasma Blue pearl WRX STI sedan
- SOLD -S256 TURBO 2.2 -SS/TC body, SS/Tc shocks/struts, B&G springs, 17"mags, TRS FX-R retrofits (50W/6000k)