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Verus Carbon Anti-Buffeting Windabweiser Toyota Supra A90 MK5
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The infamous wind buffeting the Mk5 Toyota Supra suffers from almost ruins an amazing vehicle. We noticed this issue immediately when we lowered the windows for the first time. After any reasonable speed, the buffeting was unbearable in the car and we were forced to close the windows. We developed a solution that not only alleviates the wind buffeting but looks spectacular as well. Our wind deflectors attach easily with 3M VHB Double-Sided Tape. The units are produced from multiple pieces of pre-preg carbon that are bonded together and then clear coated in an automotive high gloss finish. During the development phase, we used scan data obtained in-house on our shop car to ensure proper contouring of the units to the side mirror bases. We also utilized CFD to ensure the units would work as intended but also did not cause unnecessary drag and disruption to other aerodynamic devices. Get rid of the wind buffeting issues and upgrade the exterior looks of your Toyota Supra with these simple to add units.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Carbon Wind Deflector, Left-Hand
Carbon Wind Deflector, Right-Hand
3M VHB Double-Sided Tape
Alleviates Wind Buffeting Issues With Windows Down
Carbon Construction with a High-Gloss Finish
2×2 Twill 3k Carbon Fiber
Two-Piece Design for Unparalleled Fit and Finish
Pre-Preg Carbon, Autoclaved Cured
High Gloss Automotive Clear
CFD Analyzed to Ensure No Negative Interactions with the Rest of the Car
The buffeting is caused by airflow around the A-Pillar of the Supra attaching and detaching while the windows are down. This causes pressure waves to build in the cabin of the vehicle and the noise we all hate with the windows down. Utilizing the Verus Engineering Carbon Anti-Buffeting Wind Deflectors ensures airflow detaches going around the windows and stops the issue. We ensured the units do not cause too much of an interaction with the air to hurt other aerodynamic devices downstream.