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Old 01-19-2011, 11:06 AM
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Anyone use one at the track and notice a difference? I know Mythbusters proved it really does get better MPGs but is there a race application for it.

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I think most guys take the gate off and put it back on later
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I know guys would put the nets in to hold cargo while running down the road but still get the benefit of the reduced aerodynamic drag.
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well just correct me if im wrong but i think the science behind it is that the rotating pocket of air in the bed helps reduce the drag of the air moving over the top of the truck. Here are some cool vids i found let me know what you guys think.






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