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Hello everyone.

I just bought my E. It's an 06 EX-P. I really like the vehicle so far, but I am a little disappointed. I love cruising down the highway with my windows down. I find that I cannot do this in my E because all the wind is directed at the side of my head.

Does anybody else have this problem or know of some sort of solution?
 

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I was looking at the weathertech window visors and they go all the way down the front side of the window, maybe that will offer enough of an interference, dunno though, just a thought
 

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Yep - I crack that back windows and the sunroof and it really helps direct the airflow. I've found that every car with the windows down tends to blow around in your face.
 

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I was looking at the weathertech window visors and they go all the way down the front side of the window, maybe that will offer enough of an interference, dunno though, just a thought
These work. Some of my co-workers accuse me of getting a commission from Weathertech.:smile: Your Element will be a different car.:D
 

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I open the passenger window and crack open the driver's side rear window for cross ventilation and no direct wind/breeze/air.
 

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i do the same..window visors...I use Lund In Channel...and crack my back windows..and when i hop back outta my vehicle i still maintain my sexy.
 

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Hello everyone.

I just bought my E. It's an 06 EX-P. I really like the vehicle so far, but I am a little disappointed. I love cruising down the highway with my windows down. I find that I cannot do this in my E because all the wind is directed at the side of my head.

Does anybody else have this problem or know of some sort of solution?
I've never had a car that DIDN'T do this. A good solution is to shave your head or go bald. Then you don't have to worry about the wind messin' up your hair.
 

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^^ YES!! I would love to have some old window vents.

I found that if I dont roll my windows down all the way it doesn't feel like I have an air cannon blowing at the side of my head.

In my last car (VW Jetta), I was able to control the air flow through the car by how far I rolled down the back windows... It worked well, but I guess I will just have to get used it it.
 

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Ok seriously, WTF is with all the Minnesota people showing up now that I LEFT THE STATE 2 WEEKS AGO!?!? :mad: :mad:

Oh and welcome to the looney bin :D



 

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^^ YES!! I would love to have some old window vents.

I found that if I dont roll my windows down all the way it doesn't feel like I have an air cannon blowing at the side of my head.

In my last car (VW Jetta), I was able to control the air flow through the car by how far I rolled down the back windows... It worked well, but I guess I will just have to get used it it.
:confused: Why won't you listen? I once thought those plastic thingees hanging off the pick-up truck windows were something Bubba did to be cool.

After one year without and three years with... Best $60 you can spend.:smile:
 

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