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post #21 of 50 (permalink) Old 9th January 2018, 13:25 Thread Starter
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How did the motorway journey go?
Windows up, national speed limit, noise?

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Not causing any problems, and no increase in wind noise with the windows closed. No complaints with these Honda wind deflectors.
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Anyone able to pop up a picture of the Heko and climair ones fitted to their car please?
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Seems like ClimAir don't do them for the 9th. and 10th. gen. Civics.

The only ones I managed to find there is for the 8th. gen. and previous versions.
I can assure Climair do them for 9th gen, I have a set of 4 fitted to my SR
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I can assure Climair do them for 9th gen, I have a set of 4 fitted to my SR
That's very good news indeed!

I have had ClimAir on some of my previous cars, so I am a bit familiar with them, they are good quality!

Can you provide me a link where to buy them please?
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That's very good news indeed!

I have had ClimAir on some of my previous cars, so I am a bit familiar with them, they are good quality!

Can you provide me a link where to buy them please?
There you go...... Front and or rear 9th gen Honda Civic
http://www.rockshore.uk.com/climair-...170-4522-p.asp
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I have a set of the oem honda visors here for the 10th gen for 180 that were never fitted (car traded) if anyone is looking for a set
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82 for climar or 26.95(ebay have 10% off today) for Hekos............
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Are both of those in channel? Personal preference but I don't think the in channel look as good and tend to jam the windows when auto up compared to OEM Honda, pricey direct thought at 220 a set but quality isn't cheap
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From what I can see the issue is with the bulky plastic clips Heko are now using, instead of the much thinner metal clips they used to use. I am also going to try trimming the plastic clips down quite a lot and tape full length with 3M to see if that prevents water ingress when washing. TBH the auto close issue goes away quite quickly, once the window learns its new position, again this is down to the bulky plastic clips imo.
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I fitted Help without the clips, just added a little more tape and they are fine.
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That should read Heko
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Are there any other Wind deflectors available that are applied to the exterior, like the OEM honda ones are?

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Hi Guys,

Has anyone fitted HEKO wind deflectors? I'm trying but gap where the metal clips push into seems very narrow and tight.

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Do these help stop side windows getting dribbled on when you use screenwash?
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Hi,

Is anyone using the Heko wind deflectors have any issues with the automatic opening/closing of the wing mirrors?

I've seen some listings on eBay for the Heko saying "The product is not suitable for cars with automatic mirror folding system"
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I struggle to understand why peeps want/need wind deflectors. Switch on the climate control and keep the windows shut. Hardly any wind noise and a much more pleasant motoring experience. And you don't even have to consider any problems with folding mirrors.
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Me too. I find them horrendous. They make the windows look so small.
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I struggle to understand why peeps want/need wind deflectors. Switch on the climate control and keep the windows shut. Hardly any wind noise and a much more pleasant motoring experience. And you don't even have to consider any problems with folding mirrors.
Saves you getting wet when having a fag perhaps?

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Hi,

Is anyone using the Heko wind deflectors have any issues with the automatic opening/closing of the wing mirrors?

I've seen some listings on eBay for the Heko saying "The product is not suitable for cars with automatic mirror folding system"
Im using Heko and dont have any problems with my automatic folding mirrors. The deflectors seem the be shaped in that area to avoid contact with the mirrors.
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