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....off of the top of thier head what the drag coefficient of the RedLine is?
 

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That .31 could go up or down. The front end is bigger thus more surface area, however it cuts the drag under the car too. Was this body kit wind tunnel tested?
 

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dipolley said:
That .31 could go up or down. The front end is bigger thus more surface area, however it cuts the drag under the car too. Was this body kit wind tunnel tested?
I have no idea, that was the only thing I could find that had the Ion Coupe at all. Not that I know exactly where to find drag information normally, but that was all I could find with a search for 'saturn ion redline drag coefficient' and a few hours to look.



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OK This is out of Super Streets 2005 Buyers guide

CD = D/(1/2xp Vsquared xA)
CD = Drag Coefficient, where D = Drag, p is air density, V is Velocity, and A is the cars frontal area.

I looked on their website for the article but can't find it.
 
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