Attached to the front of the Element's body, front spoiler, usually called air dam, is aerodynamically designed to improve the airflow and reduce drag and fuel consumption. This accessory is usually made of lightweight metal or plastic placed beneath the front bumper of a 2009 Honda Element and intended to increase aerodynamics by blocking the flow of turbulent air under the chassis. This type of spoiler was originally manufactured for race cars and was popular among high-powered car owners. But nowadays, both front and rear spoilers for 2009 Honda Element come as vehicle's upgrades ensuring both aesthetic appearance, and functionality.
These accessories guide airflow in a more auspicious pattern of the vehicle. The air spreading over the Honda Element will travel along different pathways and reduce wind resistance. Front spoilers decrease the amount of air that travels beneath the car, therefore reducing aerodynamic lift, that can sometimes make you lose control of the car as air clasp it against the undercarriage, similar to a wing of the aircraft.
If you have not decided yet what to choose for your 2009 Honda Element to achieve improved airflow over a car for better performance, the decision is up to you. Front spoiler not only reduces the aerodynamic drag and lift, but also serves as a decorative add-on, that creates a custom stylish look. Made of such high-quality, durable materials as carbon fiber, fiberglass, ABS plastic, or silicon, these custom air dams will proudly serve you a lifetime. They won't crack, corrode, scratch, or become deformed giving your vehicle a complete sports look.