Discussion in 'General VW T6 Chat' started by a5cyt, 4 Aug 2017.
Do side front window wind deflectors look good , or not??
I got mine this week from Dubflerctors, It took less than 10 mins to fit and its very very simple. The look is down to a matter of taste but the one thing that bugs me is I now get wind noise when travelling on the motorway above 70mph. Its not bad, but I notice it.
I'll post some before and after pics and you can see.
Look forward to seeing them . Thanks
It's quite simple it's a low tech way to tell you that you are speeding!
Only you can answer that but I like them
I like the look, especially the chunky retros.
I hope that's not my missus you're talking about
I like mine but again it creates wind noise,I might ditch them
My thoughts as well.
I like mine (dubflectas) and havent noticed any wind noise at speed
VWT6-9.jpg by VW T6, on Flickr
We drive at 85mph where we can, and I can't say I have noticed any increased noise from our Clim-airs. They do serve a really useful purpose for us as we leave dogs in van (boot up, or partially up), and can get a through draft without the risk of rain landing inside the cab all over the door mounted switches etc.
Don't think I've noticed any extra noise, too be honest all of my vans suffer from wind noise when they are moving. I notice this when I get in the van in the morning and get deafened from the volume the head unit from the day before.
Most do look good , but not sure if I'd like increased wind noise. But for what they cost think I'll give it a go. Now which look the best????
Is there any wind noise from the VW stick on ones anybody ?
I've brought two sets of heko ones but both having bad rough edges I had to send them back !!!
Haven't noticed any increased noise from my Climair ones.
No wind noise from mine either (Dubflectas)
Can't say I have noticed any increased noise on my dubflecta retros
Mine cane with the VW (UK) stick on ones, they work fine and little to no noise; but aesthetically they are a disaster imo. If you look in the VW international brochure they don't use stick ones; it is just VW(UK) being a bit "special" again.
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