Mudflap made for aerodynamic efficiency

Updated Mar 3, 2010


Mudguard Technologies’ V-Flap mudflap is designed to provide aerodynamic efficiency by using a hydrodynamics technique to control the amplification of splash by separating water and air before they turn into mist. Vertical vanes help prevent sailing, while vertical channels help direct water and road debris to the ground.

The mudflap allows air to pass through a vertical perforation that is in unison with the air displaced by rotating tires, minimizing wind resistance and helping to improve fuel economy; the removal of hot air and pressure also helps reduce tire delamination. During winter weather, the mudflap’s agitation helps dislodge ice buildup. The mudflap, designed with stronger mounting holes, mounts on existing brackets.