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What is the purpose of a widebody?

A widebody not only looks cool but provides more space for fatter tires. Putting more tread on the ground gives your vehicle greater traction and better handling. That’s the practical go-fast appeal of a widebody.


Do body kits improve performance?

Depending on its shape and design, a body kit can reduce drag and even increase traction as the front and rear fascias filter the airflow underneath your car more effectively. And those giant spoilers that people like to put on their cars? Those actually do add downforce at higher speeds to keep the car more stable.


Why are widebody cars popular?

Not only is it better for aerodynamics than leaving the tire exposed to oncoming air, but it’s also good at stopping road debris from being flung at the body of the car by the tires. It’s so popular that many mainstream brands sell their own version of widebody cars.


Are body kits hard to install?

Some kits are simple enough to install yourself, but for most it is best to have a professional do it.


Why are drift cars so wide?

So called over fenders widen the car’s body and allow for wider tires. Front wheels also are pushed outward several inches with tire tread protruding beyond the fender arches.


What is the Rocket Bunny kit?

Rocket Bunny is a style of aero kits for sports cars designed by Japan’s Kei Miura. They’re fabricated with a high degree of precision and built using digital laser scans of the cars that the kits adorn. They’re built to accentuate features on the cars they match, the features including the fenders, lips, and spoilers.

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How can I make my car wider?


How do you install a widebody kit?


Are wide body kits legal in Canada?

No, not likely. Most kits are designed to accommodate a particular body, body parts and power train. Such a kit would be considered to be a “vehicle” as defined in the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Act. It would have to be certified.


What is a fender car?

Fender is the American English term for the part of an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle body that frames a wheel well (the fender underside). Its primary purpose is to prevent sand, mud, rocks, liquids, and other road spray from being thrown into the air by the rotating tire.