Similar to an airplane, drag is undesirable for a race car. Every bit of drag on an airplane, a rocket or a race car; limits the maximum speed and increases the amount of fuel
Developed with optimum performance in mind, the unique shape of the NACA duct effectively transfers
air in, or out where needed with minimal drag.
Pro-werks NACA ducts are lightweight, hand laid fiberglass construction, and provide a positive low resistance method of
air transfer. The mounting flange measures approximately 1" wide, and is easily installed with either bonding compound, rivets or small screws - on fiberglass,
aluminum, or steel body panels.
Depending on which direction that they are mounted, NACA ducts effectively provide an intake for fresh air where needed, or remove it. These specialized components will help your project come together with great style and increased performance.Install multiples for increased volume:
There are three sizes of Pro-werks NACA ducts to choose from, if the available space or panel shape dictates it, they may be mounted individually or in multiples (side by
side) for additional airflow volume.
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What's NACA mean? The NACA acronym stands for National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. NACA was the predecessor of NASA (the National Aeronautics and Space Administration).