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This piture is the same color of the Carbon FRP partial body.







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This picture is the Carbon FRP.







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Rear Diffuser Fin Set is a 4 piece set.



Rear Diffuser Fin Set is a 4 piece set extend a fin backward and modify the design make a rear view looks sharp.


We used our RSD 430 Challenge to develop the new Front Lip Spoiler and Rear Wing for the F430. First, we purchased a Front Lip Spoiler and Rear Wing from one of the popular European Ferrari parts makers and installed them on our RSD 430 Challenge to gather any kind of data we could. Fitted with these European aerodynamic parts, our Ferrari was tested on various racetracks in Japan, such as the Tsukuba Circuit, Twin Ring Motegi and the Okayama International Circuit, to gather data and discover the most optimal suspension settings for these parts. At the same time, we were also participating in the Ferrari Trophy. Although we didnft have sufficient data, we had to try the third race in the Ferrari Trophy at the Okayama International Circuit. We got a pole position, and somehow we won the race with our RSD 430 Challenge. It was a sensational debut race for our RSD 430 Challenge.

After this race, we uninstalled the European makerfs aerodynamics from our RSD 430 Challenge and tested our vehicle without any other modification. We noticed then that our record time did not change at all. The European aerodynamics had not improved anything. It added some nice looks, but it was worthless to install their aerodynamics on our RSD 430 Challenge. We had, of course, expected that the installation of aerodynamics on our Ferrari would make a huge difference, supposedly lending the Ferrari more stability at the breaking point on 130R at Twin Ring Motegi and on the last corner at the Tsukuba Circuit. We also knew, at the same time, that adding aerodynamics usually lowered our top speed. Thus, our goal in developing the new aerodynamics for the F430 RSD was to avoid losing any speed while gaining more stability.

We first changed the design of our RSD Rear Wing Type-1. We realized that we had to use the three-dimensional type in order to obtain a high-power downforce. The designs for the vortex stabilizer and the wing pole are derived from state-of-the-art aerodynamics. We paid special attention to the wing height and width, and through continuous testing, we finally achieved the best specifications.

The disadvantage of a spoiler is that it produces too much air friction, causing over-steer at the entrance and exit of corners. We developed our spoiler to reduce this shortcoming.

The final test took place on October 13th at Twin Ring Motegi. After taking into account the air temperature, road temperature and machine conditions, we reduced the time by 0.5 seconds when compared to the European maker. We are confident that our aerodynamic parts provide safety, a high top speed and sufficient downforce in an ideal balance that will ultimately improve our customers' lap times.@



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