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    www.airtabs.com

    Sometime back I ran across an interesting dicussion about these on a site seriously dedicated to helping folks get better mileage. The discussion on the site was very enlightening and informative. I checked out the company's site and found some good information about how these work, they appear to have some merit for consideration. Just for my own interest I posted a message on the site asking if anyone had experience using the product on a pick up. No answers yet as of posting about two weeks ago. I thought I'd post this in case anyone was interested.

    As an FYI, the site also had a discussion with photos and instructions on how to make your own out of CD disks.

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    Look at an evo X, has the same thing. it's called a vortex generator. on the evo it helps funnel the air into the rear spoiler to provide more downforce, while providing additional stability.
    2012 Chevy Captiva Sport LT V6 (The Spanish Prison)

    MODS:

    Cobra 19 Ultra II CB and some generic CB antenna.
    55W 10000K HID High Beams (just to remind the wonderful citizens of Hampton that their High Beams are on)

    Upcoming mods:

    [_] Exhaust [_]Subwoofers [_]More HID's [_]LED's [_]MORE LIGHTS!!! [_]Carr Light Bar w/ 3 or 4 in round off-road lights. [_]Black out Badges [_]Black out exhaust tips [_]Black out imitation skid plates on front and rear [_]Hopefully find a way to keep fogs, low beams, and high beams on at the same time

    Jason

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