I read some research paper that a modern touring car wing is more beneficial in terms of lower drag and increased downforce. The IMSA spoiler looks like it will provide downforce AND drag. I'm going for a BTCC style carbon wing. For the tracks I go to, I can't even go past 120 mph and there are a lot of fast turns.
It all depends on the car and spoiler position, not every spoiler will provide the same benefits on every car...
If u take lets say Civic spoiler and put it on Milano it wont have the same effect despite its design. Spoilers are designed and positioned to iron out chassis and setup for the particular car, slapping one at random can have adverse effects...
Does look odd, out of place, and I wonder just how functional it is, as often, depending on the design of the body it is attached to, these spoilers on sedans may not work as people assume. Rather than provide a down force on the back, they often just block turbulent air flow from coming up from behind the car forward onto the trunk lid and the steep back window. This may or may not provide any advantage to the aero characteristics of the car.
Would love to see a wind tunnel test of such a configuration.
Yup, that's pretty much it. The Milano is not a good candidate for them because of the steep back window, which will always have separated airflow off the back, being too steep for the flow to attach as compared to the not as steep back windows of the cars shown in the study.
I've been chasing problems on a 3.0 Milano for a few years. I'm closer than ever, which makes it all the more frustrating that each time I seem to fix a problem, the car runs worse.
Some background: 2020 is the year
For the better part of a year, the car has ran pretty good cold...
I have decided to understand the Milano speedometer system and I am starting this thread so that I can share knowledge with other interested Alfisti.
I no longer own a Milano. I sold my two Verdes a few years ago but I now have a platinum transaxle in my GTV6 and I want the speedometer to work...
Are twin tube generally better for my 88 Milano verde. (I have zagato 16 inch rims) the previous owner lowered the car. I think I’m going to get the twin tube konis as I read good things about them .Milano verde
I have a crack in my driver's side exhaust manifold.
A local scrap yard has a manifold in stock, but believes it is from a 2.5.
Is there a difference?
Does anyone have a part number for the 3.0 manifold?