Fairings & Aerodynamics
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Fairings and Aerodynamics to Streamline your Truck’s Performance
There is a common misconception that fairings are used on trucks and other heavy vehicles simply for aesthetic purposes, but there is actually significant research to suggest that they can improve aerodynamics to minimize fuel consumption and improve performance while on the road, while creating a safer driving environment for other road users (such as motorcyclists who may get caught up in the slipstream). These can also minimize wind noise both in the cab and for other motorists.
Fairings and aerodynamics
The numbers suggest that around 20% of a truck’s fuel is burned due to air resistance as trucks are not only large, but also boxy, so installing the right fairings and aerodynamics could potentially save you money, while having a more positive impact on the environment.
Here at Big Rig World, we aim to bring a whole host of fairings and aerodynamics by reputable brands that you know and trust. By browsing through this section, you will find rear fairings, lower fairings, braces, extenders, brackets, spacers, extrusions, fairings, panels, covers, fairing assemblies, partial fairings, sail panels, roof fairings, gaskets, supports, deflectors, trim tabs and much more.
When to use fairings and aerodynamics
Cab roof fairings can be a worthwhile installation if your trailer is taller than the cab of your truck to better deflect air up from the windscreen. In cases where you have to attach a larger box body, some models will have the added functionality of being adjusted or lowered when they are not in use. Side fairings on the other hand will direct air down the side of the trailer, instead of underneath where it can create drag and even turbulence.
Big Rig World can offer expert advice when you are considering adding fairings and aerodynamics to your truck and can source any parts you might have your eye on. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today via chat, phone, or email.