If you check page 2 of posts you will see I sent you the money via Paypal on October 1.
In addition I sent you an email the next day. My mail came today and it was not in it.
Thanks for following up.
It''s been too cold to for an earnest test. What little I have been able to bear trying them out, they cut the buffetting out but you still get the wind coming in. The first day I had them on it was too windy. Perhaps someone in the warmer climes can give a better review.
I still drive with my top down, but I need the windows up in the colder weather.
I've had them in now for almost a week, right off, I'd say they need to be bigger, by at least 2", does change the air flow, but doesn't cut but about 30% of the wind coming in between the mirror and windshield.
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The pics posted appear that the deflector is a bit bigger than the one I have installed on my car. Maybe the SL2K ones were shipped in error?? If not, then I agree .. they need to be a bit bigger to really block substantial wind that occurs between the mirror.
Great start though!
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The version I sent is about an inch shorter on the long tab end because that one stuck out at the curve of the weatherstrip at the top of the a-pillar. The goal was to kill the buffeting but still have "some" breeze in the cockpit. I can change the angle to 90 deg to cut off as much breeze as possible if that is the preference. It is just my opinion that it looks to intrusive when the acrylic comes straight down. But if that is what you guys are interested in that is perfectly fine with me.
Had some great weather on the weekend. What I noticed- they do work some, but highway driving I'm still getting an ear full on the driver's side, I didn't notice any turbulent air from the passenger side. IMO, a set that angles outward instead of inward would work best- you'd have to remove them to close the window, the the ease of installation would offset any annoyance at that.
Definitely better than it was, but not enough that feel comfortable with the windows down or without earplugs at highway speeds.