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Ground effect (cars) - Wikipedia

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Ground effect is a term applied to a series of aerodynamic effects used in car design, which has been exploited to create downforce, particularly in racing cars.

Ground Effects - Blower Application Service and Landscape Products

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Ground Effects, of Memphis NY, offers blower application and dump delivery service of a variety of landscape products including mulch/ground cover, soil, ...

Body Kits and Ground Effects - Duraflex, AIT, VFiber

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Groundeffects.com carries the top brands in the body kit industry: Carbon Creations, Duraflex, Extreme Dimensions, V-Fiber and VegasAero available. We are ...

Ground Effects

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Ground Effects has dedicated itself since its inception in 1986 and has evolved into a multi-faceted supplier of quality interior and exterior accessory components  ...

Body Kits & Ground Effects | Bumpers, Hoods, Fenders & Full Kits

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Products 1 - 60 of 28196 ... A ground effects kit or body kit will transform your ride from anonymous to famous , and you may even gain some performance. We have ...

Ground effect - Official Path of Exile Wiki

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A ground effect is the general term for a patch of terrain that has some consequence on characters or monsters positioned on it. Burning ground created by the ...

Ground Effect | Definition of Ground Effect by Merriam-Webster

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Define ground effect: the apparent increase in aerodynamic lift experienced by an aircraft when flying near the ground and observed up to a distance…

Ground Effect - Helicopter Aviation

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The high power requirement needed to hover out of ground effect is reduced when operating in ground effect. Ground effect is a condition of improved ...

Ground effects - definition of Ground effects by The Free Dictionary

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(Motor Racing) the improvement to the aerodynamic qualities of a low-slung motor vehicle resulting from a cushion of air beneath it. Collins English Dictionary  ...