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Anyone have any luck finding some? Been trying to find some just to see how it would look but no luck finding anything anywhere.
 

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I have been looking for some as well, I was hoping that weathertech would come out with some.
 

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I like low-profile window visors better. If any1 know where to get them, please LMK
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I don't think window visors can be low-profile at all. It's a piece of plastic jutting out.

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Exactly. And most i've seen have about the same thickness, only thing that changes is design, some have more of an aerodynamic look going on. Mugen made a set like that.
 

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I think Tesla's visors are small/low, owners were complaining about the size of them... this was a while back.
 

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Let us know how it sounds as well! I have Weathertech visors on my parent's MDX and noticed a little more noise on highways. Wonder if its the same or less noticeable on a smaller (more aerodynamic?) car?
 

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I bought the Acura 2015 TLX Side Window Deflectors Part #: 82777 from 2015 Acura TLX | Rain Guards - Side Window Deflectors for Cars Trucks SUVs and Minivans | WeatherTech.com

I was ecstatic when I received them, they were easy to install and great to look at...

But as soon as I started driving I could hear, wind noise and even road noise pretty steadily even though I was not doing more then 65mph. Took them off drove the same road again at same the same speed and my cabin was extremely quiet, needless to say it broke my heart to have to return them as I rrally liked their look.

I'm just not willing to comprimize the quiet ride for style, atleast not yet. Cost was $99.99 for the 4 deflectors, plus $32.00 of original shipping (which was none refundable) + $29.00 for the return shipping, total waste of $.

I hope Acura comes out with OEM ones that maintain the integrity of the vehicle while adding style in due time.
 

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I bought the Acura 2015 TLX Side Window Deflectors Part #: 82777 from 2015 Acura TLX | Rain Guards - Side Window Deflectors for Cars Trucks SUVs and Minivans | WeatherTech.com

I was ecstatic when I received them, they were easy to install and great to look at...

But as soon as I started driving I could hear, wind noise and even road noise pretty steadily even though I was not doing more then 65mph. Took them off drove the same road again at same the same speed and my cabin was extremely quiet, needless to say it broke my heart to have to return them as I rrally liked their look.

I'm just not willing to comprimize the quiet ride for style, atleast not yet. Cost was $99.99 for the 4 deflectors, plus $32.00 of original shipping (which was none refundable) + $29.00 for the return shipping, total waste of $.

I hope Acura comes out with OEM ones that maintain the integrity of the vehicle while adding style in due time.
Dang sucks to hear that wind noise is a problem. I was looking into getting it in the future too :( . Thanks for your input you just saved me some $$
 

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I'm a bit surprised that Acura hasn't come out with them yet as they have other similar accessories such as the hood deflector.
 

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WeatherTech visors

The WeatherTech ones are pretty low-profile though.. and the wind noise isn't too bad, it's barely noticeable with the music playing anyways
 

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