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    Heko Wind Deflectors Fitted

    Fitted my Heko Wind deflctors last Night & think they look quite good, Simple to fit & fit well, I had a quick look at the video on the Heko site beforehand as the instructions provided are next to useless
    http://www.heko.pl/index.php?opt=instr

    I did fit the Metal Clips also as the drivers one did activate the Anti Pinch a couple of times but has not done so since ...

    First impressions are...

    Draught has gone with the first 1.5" of lowering, Wind noise is less with them fitted but they do obscure your view slightly at roundabouts/junctions Etc, but this may be because there was nothing there before & my brain has not adjusted yet , You can see through them ...

    What do you all think ?

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    They do look good, I have them on mine and love them. Fitting is basically as per the video tbh, I followed that and had no issues. Haven't used the metal clips in mine as I feel I don't need them. Windows close perfectly fine!

    How comes you only have front ones? Did you not want back ones too?

    Picture of mine with front and back:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgodden1989 View Post
    They do look good, I have them on mine and love them. Fitting is basically as per the video tbh, I followed that and had no issues. Haven't used the metal clips in mine as I feel I don't need them. Windows close perfectly fine!

    How comes you only have front ones? Did you not want back ones too?

    Picture of mine with front and back:
    They do look good on yours being Black ..

    I thought i would try the fronts first, as i was not certain how they would look on the Estate with the paint colour but feel i may be ordering the rears now also.
    Since the Mrs has seen them , She wants a set for her C2 Now

    Cheers

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    My estate is the same colour as yours. Where did you order them from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by col1n View Post
    My estate is the same colour as yours. Where did you order them from?
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

    Cheers

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    Also have a set, very worthwhile mod for not a lot of monies.

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    I got a et of those help wind deflectors today from that eBay link picked them up from oldbury near birmingham they look great on
    vauxhall astra, 1.6 twinport 2006, 3 door, design, tinted windows, heko wind deflectors, 600k hid's, blue led conversion

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