Has anyone had a need to fit a rear wind deflector to their car. I have seen one of these and was wondering if they are beneficial?
Hi, yes and thank you. Yesterday I found the file on the ponoko site but didn't want to sub to that. Maybe it was out there without the need to sub to ponoko. When I design object's I share them on thingiverse, hence. Today I thought "I realy want to print 2x ssh16 plug". So, got the file and will give it a go.Matt - scroll up, it's in Ameridan's post
Yes Brett, you can certainly personalize your Spider. Here's how I personalized my 124A with the WindRestrictor.Very soon, Auto Ricambi will have these windbreakers in stock for the 124 Spider. If you like this kind of thing, it is a good way to personalize your Spider.
Looks good, but at 249,00 € without P&P that still seems mighty expensive?I looked at the products mentioned in this forum, but eventually bought a deflector from ATH – Hinsberger in Germany (http://www.ath-hinsberger.de/Windschott-Fiat-Spider-124.html
Yes it is expensive. But to put it in context, the clear WindRestrictor (no etching or illumination) is $219 +$70 shipping from US to UK (shipping cost from their website), which totals $289 which is about 240€. Then there are the import taxes imposed on that (VAT at 20% plus customs duty at 2.5% - rates from HMRC website).Looks good, but at 249,00 € without P&P that still seems mighty expensive?