(TX) | August 21st, 2021
Works great and was easy to install. Feels cheap but has a good appearance. No regrets.
(Minnesota) | June 3rd, 2021
I recently purchased a 2018 991.2 Cabriolet. The wind buffeting with one or both of the windows down was outrageous. I found these and they work flawlessly. I agree with other reviews that they are overpriced and are a bit cheap looking. If there was an option that was more OEM the price would be more justified. Either way they work well.
(FL) | May 20th, 2021
If you are looking to purchase this, you are likely already expecting its overpriced but have other have said and I can contest, its performs flawlessly and its almost a necessity. I suppose thats why I and many others are still willing to pay so much $$ for something that should cost 95% less.
(San Jose, Ca) | April 15th, 2021
Like others state. They do work but the Porsche tax is obscenely evident. Installed on a 991.2 Targa GTS. Really helps while driving with the windows down. Installation was a breeze. Would buy them again but still bitch about the price. At $49.99 they would still be raking it in.
(Fort Lauderdale) | April 10th, 2021
Ridiculous price for how cheaply made, but they do work.
| April 2nd, 2021
Can you say 10,000% profit margin? Yea, they work, but WAY WAY WAY overpriced. These should be a $12 item, tops.
(North Carolina) | March 19th, 2021
Ok - install was ok - not that complex - but only 2 small screws - easily will drop in the door panel. They are very thin plastic and not sure how they are going to hold up. They do lower the impact of the reverb of the air at higher speeds. For almost 100 these are overpriced.
(Dallas) | January 14th, 2021
I was hoping these would cut back on the buffeting with the top down, but windows up. It did not seem to make much of a difference. The installation was simple.
(Redwood City, CA) | December 17th, 2020
What most other reviewers said about effectiveness, to wit: buffeting gone, fit/finish very good (one poster mentioned a gap but check your stock triangles before removal and you'll see the oem's have the same gap), worth it. For early 991's , installation isn't hard but it's not plug/play like on newer 911's. Getting the four plastic trip pieces and four bolts off is a breeze after you've done it once. Removing and reinstalling the door is also simple once you've done it once.
My only caveat is to make sure you fully connect the blue multiprong door plug before reinstalling the door. There's a little purple plastic hinge that kind of ensures it's fully pushed in, but the first time I did it none of my door/window functions worked. Took door off again and saw that I hadn't pushed the blue plug in all the way. Once it's in, you'll know it by how far in it goes.
I could now install two AWE's diffusers in under 10 mins per side. If you're in the Bay Area and want to avoid the learning curve on an early 991.1 (i.e., door removal required), drop by and I'll help you out! I'm in Redwood City (Emerald Hills), email@example.com.
(North Bethesda, MD) | October 30th, 2020
Completely worth the price, they almost completely remove all buffeting at any speed when the passenger window is closed and the driver's window is open. Unless you have a very early 981, the install takes 5-10 minutes per side, and if you do it right, anyone will think they are OEM. Too bad Porsche doesn't install them from the factory.