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1997 Ford Mustang
Deflectors

1997 Ford Mustang Deflectors

Stop or redirect the onslaught of insects, road debris and whipping wind with our selection of deflectors. AutoAnything has bug, sunroof and wind deflectors, all custom sized for your make and model. And, all of our deflectors take nearly no time to install with most mounting in minutes using automotive-grade 3M tape and basic hardware. And with countless deflectors reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you. Need help selecting the correct deflector for your vehicle? Check out our Deflector Buying Guide.

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Bug Deflectors Provide Hood and Windshield Protection


Starting off is the ever present hood deflector. Also referred to as bug deflectors, hood protectors, and rock deflectors, these devices attach to the front lip of the hood of your vehicle and help direct wind up and over the windshield and roof of the vehicle. They essentially use this air flow to push debris over the vehicle so grime, rocks, and bugs don’t attack and stick to your vehicle. Helping you keep the paint on your hood and windshield free from bug splatter and rock chips. Made out of high grade abs plastics and acrylics, these deflectors are contoured and preformed to precisely fit your vehicle. Bug deflectors come in many colors and styles like tinted, camouflage, and chrome.

Side Window Deflectors for Air Deflection


To go along with your new hood deflector, you can get matching side window deflectors. These window rain guards can be had for your side windows, sunroof, and even rear window. Also made out of high grade abs plastics and acrylics, these handy devices can keep rain out of your vehicle if you are one to like some fresh air ventilation while driving. They can also help keep down wind noise and buffeting by changing the way the wind passes over the open windows. A helpful note, these side window deflectors won’t stop water and debris from entering a fully open window. They can help with wind deflection on a fully open window, but to help protect from rain and debris there is usually a sweet spot of partially open window that deflectors perform at their most optimal.

Wind Deflectors for Convertible Protection


The car where you really could use wind deflectors is a convertible. Just imagine a perfect summer's evening; you put the top down, turn on your favorite tunes, and start cruising into town, then the wind noise starts ruining not only the bumping tunes, but also your and your passenger’s hair. These convertible wind blockers are custom made to each vehicle make and model for precise fitment and optimal wind blocking. They stop the vortex of wind coming over the windshield and flowing back into the passenger compartment. By blocking this effect, you are able to have a calmer environment inside your vehicle allowing for easier conversation and more enjoyment of your favorite music. These deflectors also come in a wide variety of shapes and designs including engravings to match you vehicle and your personal style.

All our bug deflectors, window rain guards side window deflectors come with mounting hardware and/or strong two sided adhesive to attach them to your vehicle. Picking the right wind deflectors for your vehicle and your needs can be difficult with such a large selection of options. Our experts are here if you need help finding just the right deflectors for you.
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1997 Ford Mustang Deflectors

Stop or redirect the onslaught of insects, road debris and whipping wind with our selection of deflectors. AutoAnything has bug, sunroof and wind deflectors, all custom sized for your make and model. And, all of our deflectors take nearly no time to install with most mounting in minutes using automotive-grade 3M tape and basic hardware. And with countless deflectors reviews to read, you'll discover real experiences from real customers like you. Need help selecting the correct deflector for your vehicle? Check out our Deflector Buying Guide.

Shop Popular Make Model Bug Deflectors - For a Perfect Fit
Ford F150 Bug Deflectors | Toyota Tacoma Bug Deflectors | Dodge Ram Bug Deflectors | Chevy Colorado Bug Deflectors | Ford F150 Bug Deflectors |

Bug Deflectors Provide Hood and Windshield Protection


Starting off is the ever present hood deflector. Also referred to as bug deflectors, hood protectors, and rock deflectors, these devices attach to the front lip of the hood of your vehicle and help direct wind up and over the windshield and roof of the vehicle. They essentially use this air flow to push debris over the vehicle so grime, rocks, and bugs don’t attack and stick to your vehicle. Helping you keep the paint on your hood and windshield free from bug splatter and rock chips. Made out of high grade abs plastics and acrylics, these deflectors are contoured and preformed to precisely fit your vehicle. Bug deflectors come in many colors and styles like tinted, camouflage, and chrome.

Side Window Deflectors for Air Deflection


To go along with your new hood deflector, you can get matching side window deflectors. These window rain guards can be had for your side windows, sunroof, and even rear window. Also made out of high grade abs plastics and acrylics, these handy devices can keep rain out of your vehicle if you are one to like some fresh air ventilation while driving. They can also help keep down wind noise and buffeting by changing the way the wind passes over the open windows. A helpful note, these side window deflectors won’t stop water and debris from entering a fully open window. They can help with wind deflection on a fully open window, but to help protect from rain and debris there is usually a sweet spot of partially open window that deflectors perform at their most optimal.

Wind Deflectors for Convertible Protection


The car where you really could use wind deflectors is a convertible. Just imagine a perfect summer's evening; you put the top down, turn on your favorite tunes, and start cruising into town, then the wind noise starts ruining not only the bumping tunes, but also your and your passenger’s hair. These convertible wind blockers are custom made to each vehicle make and model for precise fitment and optimal wind blocking. They stop the vortex of wind coming over the windshield and flowing back into the passenger compartment. By blocking this effect, you are able to have a calmer environment inside your vehicle allowing for easier conversation and more enjoyment of your favorite music. These deflectors also come in a wide variety of shapes and designs including engravings to match you vehicle and your personal style.

All our bug deflectors, window rain guards side window deflectors come with mounting hardware and/or strong two sided adhesive to attach them to your vehicle. Picking the right wind deflectors for your vehicle and your needs can be difficult with such a large selection of options. Our experts are here if you need help finding just the right deflectors for you.
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Customer Reviews

AVS External Mount Vent Visors

Ventvisor Review

I like them but they are lacking in one area. My car has auto rolldown when I open the door and it still clips the edge if I do not open the door slow. I do not adjust the visor upwards because then they do not keep the rain out as well. This could be mitigated by the visor being designed to expand further out over from the car body, but not downwards to further interfere with the window. View more reviews...
Posted By Jeff F (Buena Vista, CO) / August 3, 2017
2016 Ford Mustang
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AVS Windflector

Wndflector on '05 Mustang

I have an aftermarket sunroof on an '05 Mustang GT. The buffeting and noise were extreme, and you had to open the side windows to relieve the excess noise at any speed. Above 60- MPH, the car was a lot more comfortable with the sunroof closed. The Windflector did not initially fit perfectly- the roof was more curved than the Windflector. I cleaned the area w/ the alcohol swabs provided, lined it up, and stuck it in place. (TIP: use a Sharpie Marker to make your marks after measuring- the alcohol swabs remove all traces of the Sharpie after you finish installation). Then, I used a hair dryer to soften the Windflector and theoretically mold it better to the shape of the roof. Must have worked, just returned from a 300 mile trip, and the Windflector is still in place. Performance- great- I can travel at 80 MPH and virtually NO buffeting, and the car is a lot quieter with the sunroof open, at any speed, than before. I strongly endorse this great product!! View more reviews...
Posted By Michael W (Painesville, OH) / November 25, 2006
2005 Ford Mustang
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Stampede Wind Tamer Sunroof Deflectors

Easy to install and makes your vehicle look great

I purchased this aftermarket Sunroof Wind Deflector because I could not find an OEM deflector. I am glad I did purchased this one because my new vehicle look great with it installed and the installation was a breeze. Thank you for the great product. View more reviews...
Posted By Frank G (Brooklyn, NY) / March 19, 2020
2020 Kia Soul
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From our experts

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020

Get in there. Rub that off-color spot on the leading edge of your hood. As much as you hope it’s going to disappear as you buff harder and harder, it just won’t. That’s a stone chip. And as you inspect more closely, your hood’s paint looks like the surface of the moon. Covered in craters, […] The post 10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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