Wind deflectors

paddy6789

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I have them on mine - they fit great and I think they look good. The only things I can list as negatives is the additional wind noise they create at like 50mph+ and cleaning the windows is a bit of a pain with them on.
 
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paddy6789

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Do they make alot of noise then?
It's not a huge amount of noise, but it is noitceable - I don't mind too much because the exhaust is louder. And I do have music on loud most days too. If you prefer a quiet drive, they may get tiresome. It just sounds like the window isn't closed properly. Some people have tried applying some silicone seal on the deflector to create a better seal between the window and the deflector so the wind noise is reduced.
 

Salcat

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I did try wind deflectors but ripped them off after one journey because of the noise. Do look nice but I couldn't live with them!
 

Oldpikey

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Hello. I think of them as rain deflectors. I fitted Climair ones on to my 280 SC. They messed up window closing/mirror folding on the driver side.I have since installed Team Heko versions. They worked first time, with no comlpaints from central locking etc. Glad I bought them, South Wales is wet.
 
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