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Old 06-05-2010, 11:24 AM
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Sunroof Visor

Hey guys i really want to get a sunroof visor and i just want to know where to get one.. i know a some people on here have em and i just want to know where to get one because i love the look.
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Re: Sunroof Visor

Let me google that for you
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Re: Sunroof Visor

yeah not gonna lie i just got pwn'd by that first post.. but i didnt mean it that general, i wanted a more specific answer.. like "i have this one and its good quality and fits good" type of thing.. and btw that google link is sick hahahah
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Re: Sunroof Visor

as an owner of one... the only suggestion I have is get one as dark tinted as possible.

When you install it, run a small bead of clear silicone (hardening type) on the rubber grommet before putting it on the car.
I found at interstate speeds (+60 mph) the wind would lift it up just enough to cause some serious wind noise and rattling.
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as an owner of one... the only suggestion I have is get one as dark tinted as possible.

When you install it, run a small bead of clear silicone (hardening type) on the rubber grommet before putting it on the car.
I found at interstate speeds (+60 mph) the wind would lift it up just enough to cause some serious wind noise and rattling.
okay thanks! sounds good.. that was the type of response i was looking for thank you
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I'll be the first to say don't buy the AVS ones from auto zone. I bought one a long while back and it was held on my double sided tape. Which was a bitch to take off. Try and find someone selling and oem one. Good luck!
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Re: Sunroof Visor

I've got my oem visor that I don't use. Took it off 3 days after getting the car and it's been sitting in my closet since then. I think it looks tacky, but that's just me. Of course I don't have 50 posts yet, so I can't sell it hahaha
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Re: Sunroof Visor

im assuming a 5th gen one would fit a 4th gen right?
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itll fit lol
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Re: Sunroof Visor

i found mine on ebay its oem from honda, it was actually posted by a honda dealer there were more when i bought it, check it out
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