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The answer to this question depends upon your car’s model, suspension, chassis, and any customizations that you have made to it. With it, the kind of skid plates you are installing also contributes to this factor. For some cars, a few well-placed protective plates can have a noticeable effect on air drag and related aerodynamics. Whereas, others need a full-blown underbody cover in order to achieve that objective.
As a combination of the two points mentioned above, it is important to remember that installing a plethora of these protective plates doesn’t mean that you will create a supercar out of your vehicle. It will still have to bear the effects of weight as well as current air drag. This is why, your main objective of installing these plates should not be about improving the aerodynamics, but focused on the protection of your car.
You know, those nasty scratches, gouges, and scrapes that mess up the appearance of your car and cause the expensive bumper damage. If you want to make sure your beautiful shiny new car stays protected from those steep sharp driveways – then you need to know about SLIPLO universal bumper skid guard.
Universal one size fits all design to protect your bumper lip without the need to drill any holes or use any hardware. Drive with confidence knowing that your car is protected with SLiPLO. Prevent bumper damage that results from steep driveway and parking curb scrapes by adding a cushioning layer to resist impact.
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The heavy-duty polyurethane and ultra-strong 3M adhesive can hold up to everything the road and the weather can throw your way. In fact, they hold fast against your bumper when parking, driving long distances, “falling” into potholes, going over speed bumps, and so much more.