Originally Posted by Anthrobus
I have a dog nose pusher that I plan on increasing the aerodynamics on the cheap by doing the following.
A dog nose pusher?
I would think final gearing and cruising speed would be the most important MPG considerations up front.
I have a rear view camera and I would never trade my mirrors for cameras unless they were an awful lot better than what I’ve seen.
I love the idea of improving MPG, but it seems like a school bus is going to be hard to make meaningful aerodynamic improvements on without reducing usability. Even at stock height I scrape my front end sometimes. It seems like an air dam would need to accommodate contacting the ground at times.
I’m sure we would all love to hear how the efforts go. Wheel covers and a lower skirt seem doable.
Waiting for tailwinds would help too! It does make a big difference!