For absolutely no reason whatsoever, here is a quick CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) analysis of a turkey flying through the air at 65mph. (The airflow is actually better than was expected, and there is even a bit of an airfoil effect going on here.) You’re welcome!
Our first tow rig was a 2000 F350 7.3 Powerstroke Dually, amazing truck, however the tailgate had been stolen before we bought it, so we started to look for affordable replacements. One of the first things that comes up, is the recurring theme of “flow through” steel grate style tailgates Continue Reading
Lights and trucks seem to go together since the early 1970’s when KC HiLites started re-purposing aircraft landing lights for Baja 1000 race trucks. Lighting technology has advanced tremendously since the 55-watt halogen lamps, and can now be attained in the form of a high output LED bar for cheap. Continue Reading
A few months ago, a fellow Pikes Peak driver David Kern, asked us a question about the difference between traditional style air scoops and NACA Ducts. There seemed to be some info that mentioned NACA ducts creating far less drag, and that they were specifically designed for aircraft use, but Continue Reading