:wtf: If you read carefully you would of notice that I'm taking about an object or a device and it's claims not a company that makes or distributes Wind Blockers, so please stop your brown nosing, again!A group of good people that have stood with the Kappa cars since their inception. Provided the trophies for our recent National. Actions speak louder than words, and WR has always stepped up to the table for this group. For me that is enough to recommend them over other products. Plus Ashlee is about the nicest, friendliest person I have ever met.
First of all, a wind blocker is not going to help with stopping your Girlfriend hair from slapping her beautiful face believe me, I had nice groomed women enter my passenger side and after a few minute drive they come out looking like the bride of Frankenstein...I've never had a WR but it is on my list (body work and engine work take priority...sorry WR. LOL) but my whole reason for getting it is to reduce the turbulence in the car with the top down so my Girlfriend doesn't get whipped in the face with her own hair.
You can find over 50 videos from these sellers as to how nice their Wind Blockers are and calming that it will give you a substantial reduction in the back draft heading through your cockpit. But you will not find one video from them proving the amount of Wind blocking, amazing..
BTW - Googles Meaning of Substantial: Large in amount, size, or number. 15% of 100 is not a "substantial" amount..Marvic, I would say someone saying it "totally" cuts off back draft is more than a little sensational but if you say you noticed a 15% difference, I would say that qualifies as a substantial reduction.
($250 for a wind blocker is a "substantial" amount of money for a plastic that stops only 15% reduction of turbulence in the cockpit)