During the past year I've been working with Dave at Pro-Touring F-Body who makes suspension packages and other components for the 2nd gen F body platform. Most of my Lab-14 products are designed to be compatible with his products and compliment each other. He offered to sponsor my car and provide me with a full PTFB suspension. So I sold all of my old Hotchkis and Global West stuff to a friend who is also a customer and wanted the suspension installed on his car along with all new steering components, solid body mount bushings, and frame connectors. The car was shipped to me and he wanted me to put a hundred or more miles on it to test everything before shipping it back. So I thought this presented a perfect opportunity to do some baseline aero testing since his car is the same body style and would now have the same ride height, rake, etc. as my car was before I took it apart for the rebuild. So I asked him if it would be OK for me to do some highway tuft testing which he was fine with. So I put yarn tufts on half the car and got a couple buds to "crew" and got a bunch of still shots as well as some 360 3D videos which gives me a good idea of how my car was which I'll compare to info when I test my car with all the aero changes. Using a projection TV I can blow up the pics and videos big enough to watch individual yarn tufts. For the guys who thought they got some ram air affect with a shaker scoop at highway speeds it's disappointing as I suspected it would be. The high pressure area at the base of the windshield doesn't go that far forward at speeds up to 70 MPH.
One of the videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KQA9BzpN50