A car splitter splits the air a car drives into and forces the high pressure air up and the low pressure air passes underneath the car. The high pressure air then pushes down on the car, resulting in downforce and increased traction.
A car splitter forces the high pressure air upwards, where it builds up around the bumper and migrates up and over the car. The high speed, low pressure air passes underneath the car. Combined, this reduces vehicle lift and results in a net positive downforce. This gives the car more traction as it hugs the ground.
A front splitter helps increase downforce when a car is being driven, causing improved traction and better performance.Some car designs make it easy to install a splitter. For example, you can wrench it on with a few bolts. Other car designs call for the splitter to be integrated into the bumper or fascia.
A car splitter is a body modification, that is usually attached to the bottom of the bumper at the front of the vehicle. They are typically made from carbon fibre (or similar durable materials), which is a light material that allows your vehicle to reach higher speeds.Splitters contribute to the car's performance by "splitting" the air to reduce lift and increase traction. When a car reaches high speeds, air pressure builds up at the front of the car.