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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 25-02-2015, 14:05 Thread Starter
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r45 do wind deflectors improve wind noise window up

hi, do wind deflectors improve wind noise with the window up on 45's and zs, ive read mixed reviews, has anyone on here ever used deflectors, cheers
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never noticed that much of a difference window up... worked well window down though
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Seem to get a lot of road noise on mine and dropping the window just a few mm improves it a little so some must be poor window seals or summat so my theory is deflectors will bypass them completely I hope
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I have them on all 4 doors on both mk2 zs cars, no real difference windows up but that's not their purpose. Great if you want window down a touch while driving when it's wet as it helps stop windows steaming up plus you don't get buffeted by the wind. Wort 30 for 4 windows anyday.
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if anything i found they increased wind noise slightly with the windows up, with them down is a different story though, and as said above they are brilliant in the wet
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Most of the wind noise is from the wing mirrors as this was a warranty fix if any new owner complained. The noise is from the joint swivel & was later fixed by a different plate with the front facing gap filled. According to RAVE. So if you have a gap at the front, you need the upgraded plate.
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