Of course you can open it on the freeway without a visor..........but it does significantly reduce sound/drag and definately reduces wind coming into the car.......also, now I can crack the back windows at the same time, without that helicopter noise
I usually tilt the moon roof for this scenario but you get a helicopter sound? Maybe it's different for the coupe -shrugs-. I like the visor on the sedan but it seems a tad high for the coupe. Low profile visor should be made? lols
Has anyone installed a moonroof visor on a day that is cold? The Honda docs say to only do this when the temperature is above 60F. The only reasons I can think of for this would be thermal expansion of the roof compared to the visor, or the effectiveness of the "protective tapes" (stickers) that are used to protect the paint on the inner lip of the hole in the roof.
This seems like a non-issue to me, but is it really that big a deal?
what i've found...is most of the moonroof visors for the hondas are interchangeable. the one from my parents '12 accord fit a CRV. the visor from my 2008 civic fit my '14 (i quit buying these as they scratch the paint)...
just a bit of useless information for anyone else who may be interested.
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