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Old 22-08-18, 12:28 PM   #1
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Default Wind Deflectors (Front,Back)

Has anyone fitted wind deflectors on their 308? What do they look like style wise?
The only images I can find are the generic computer generated ones off eBay selling pages.

I used to have them on all my 3 door hatch backs previously, and they looked good but they always seem not to look great on certain 4 door cars. My friend had a Mondeo ST and they used to look terrible on them.

I'm unsure what they'd look like on my car as I have the chrome trim round the windows.
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Old 22-08-18, 02:35 PM   #2
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I looked into these aswell, as you I had them on my previous 3 door hatch, I think what looks odd is on 5 door vehicles the door tends to be a lot shorter making them look a bit stumpy.. I think the brand to go for though is the Team Heko ones as these are the best quality in my experience..


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If the gap between the 2 doors looks like this then Id say no.. obviously not the new 308


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Old 22-08-18, 03:16 PM   #4
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That's the problem with 4 door cars the big gap and the shorter rear door deflector is a big turn off.

They are pretty cheap to buy I may just try give it a go and see what it's like. Tho I'm thinking they be off quicker then I put them on 😄
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I’ve got them on my gt line look good
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I think they look goodbc5e28c1-4b3d-43ce-a949-df5bf7355c92_1534957845550.jpg
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Where did you get yours from Davy? What brand you go for to.
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Hi Davy,

Interesting! Could you get a closer up photo at an angle slightly?

Just curious as to how they fit again the chrome etc..

And I do want a pair again as they do actually make a difference when driving with the window cracked open a tad bit


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Do these wind deflectors do anything to stop the "dubba, dubba, dubba" resonance that one gets with a window fully open from about 50mph upwards?
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Do these wind deflectors do anything to stop the "dubba, dubba, dubba" resonance that one gets with a window fully open from about 50mph upwards?

If you drop the opposite rear window down slightly it stops that..
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