Bargin Wind Deflector

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 17.12.2018, 17:55

It kept my hair in place…

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby JusNoGood » Mon 17.12.2018, 18:58

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 18.12.2018, 09:44

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby JusNoGood » Mon 31.12.2018, 10:01

dolmerob wrote:A bit old thread, but I'm curious about the quality and fitment of that wind deflector.


Dolmerob,

Fitment is two brackets bolted behind the seat to the wall of the battery compartment. Easy to do just need to be careful not to hit the fuel tank :D

Quality is good. Certainly makes a big difference. They sell normally for about £150. I couldn't tell the difference when compared mine to others. So if you see one going cheap I'd go for it.

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby alan e » Mon 31.12.2018, 11:12

You don't have to do any drilling to fit it, and it only takes 10 mins to fit a very easy job only one screw driver needed.
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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby JusNoGood » Mon 31.12.2018, 11:14

alan e wrote:You don't have to do any drilling to fit it, and it only takes 10 mins to fit a very easy job only one screw driver needed.


I needed to drill as I don't have a map pocket thing.
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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Tue 29.01.2019, 01:02

Amazon UK has one of the AUTOSTYLE Wieland 1055 Custom-Fit Cabrio Wind Shield for £56.41 with Free delivery.

Not the best price, but not outrageous either. The listing does say "More on the way"

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BIOG40M/ ... 31_TE_dp_1

The listing says there is a newer model for only £90.75
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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby clemo » Wed 30.01.2019, 22:09

Brit-Car-Nut wrote:Amazon UK has one of the AUTOSTYLE Wieland 1055 Custom-Fit Cabrio Wind Shield for £56.41 with Free delivery.

Not the best price, but not outrageous either. The listing does say "More on the way"

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BIOG40M/ ... 31_TE_dp_1

The listing says there is a newer model for only £90.75



Good spot there BCN ..

Any idea what the difference is between the 2 (apart from £££)

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Re: Bargin Wind Deflector

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Wed 30.01.2019, 22:32

No idea. Everyone wanted the Wieland 1055, so I set up a reminder to look for them.

I got my two when a notice popped up on LEC a few years ago. They are still sitting in their sealed boxes waiting for my car to leave the garage fully reassembled and under it's own power.
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