Originally Posted by Smitty77
Not sure if I notice much difference between the V-Spoilers and Air Tabs? Looks like a set of 3 on the V- Spoilers, vs individual spoilers via the Air Tabs...
I've had the Air Tabs on a Bounder, and made a big difference on shifting winds, passing trucks, and keeping the back of the coach and toad clean and finally also seem to keep more water off of the rear camera in rain. My MPG did go up, but was not my main reason for installing. And my ~.5 MPG higher numbers on a Bounder, I'd suspect would be different if on our current 40' DP.
For those that have handling problems in winds, or passing trucks - I suspect either product would be an aid to assist handling. Everything else, is just gravy on top...
My cousin had the Airtabs and most people laughed, because it looked strange with small individual pieces in a different clear coat finish, like something a kid had randomly sticked on to it. They then re-branded it to V-Spoilers and added them into panels, and best part was that they are same price (and flexible, so they can conform to curves). I don't even know if they produce the Airtabs anymore - I guess they made the V-Spoilers to dis-continue their first version?
Anyhow, if functionality is the only priority, then both are great..