Widebody kits take your car to a low and wide stance, giving it the exterior of a beast mid-pounce. It’s the kind of aggressive performance look that a lot of enthusiasts are drawn to. This will be much more apparent in terms of feel and performance, especially in a sports car. Widebody body builds have become increasingly popular among car mods enthusiasts. This kit is not only for the faith of the heart but also allows you to run much bigger wheels and tires. But if you are a new widebody enthusiast, there may meet some wheel problems.
What’s The Meaning of Widebody Builds of A Car?
Inspired by track racing cars, the main functional purpose of a widebody style is to allow you to have a wider track for better traction and some are for better aesthetic and aerodynamic. The widebody builds are first used on rear-wheel cars, eventually front. Then they are used for exhibition shows because they really look nice. Some cars also need them for mounting larger-size wheels. Lowering your car will effectively help to give your car an excellent look. It can also help to improve the handling and cornering due to the lowering of your car’s center of gravity.
Larger Wheels and Brakes Upgrade for Widebody Builds
Generally, widebody builds include the upgrades of larger-size wheels and bigger brake kits. Larger-size wheels do change the steering feel of the car. Increasing wheel dimension typically offers an additional contact patch which allows your car to perform better on-road course and drag applications. As the grip increased, body control tends to get sharper and handling usually improves too. Bigger brake kits with larger rotors, larger brake pads and calipers with more pistons will offer greater stopping power and shorter stopping distances to complement a wide footprint. And bigger rotors also radiate more heat from the larger surface areas. More pistons equal more force. In short, larger calipers can stop your car quicker on the road and provide a more enjoyable and dynamic control.
Why You Need Wheel Spacers?
Wheel spacers create an additional clearance between your wheel and the vehicle hub. An ideal distance between your car’s wheels quite actually makes it more stable. They also increase the traction during cornering and can allow you to add larger wheels. You can also add larger brake kits, which is a great safety upgrade especially if you plan to take your widebody car onto a track. Installing wheel spacers is one of the easiest and most cost-effective options to get low and wide as well as to get flush the fender flares. Properly filled the wheel arches can really make your car look wonderful.
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