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Avery Slickride said:
A little sports sedan (a Mitsubishi I think) has vertical fins on the trailing edge of the roof to create tubulence or break the suction on the back.
the evo MR...... i have read the same thing, but i have also read (and the mitsu techs even agreed) those fins are more for looks if anything. i dont thing anything can be done about the rear window problem. its like a brick moving through the air and the back window is flat so it dosnt have any fast moving air passing over it so the dust/dirt/mist can settle on it. you may, however, want to try a chemical that prevents water from bonding to the glass. i use a product called "vision blade" by STP. it comes in a small blue "squegee" type applicator. its so good that if it sleets or rains then freezes all i have to do is tap my fist on the glass a few times and all the ice falls right off. also makes cleaning them 100% easyer.
 

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Avery Slickride said:
Howdy 1.6 pete,

I use some spray stuff in a purple bottle (Prestone, maybe) that works better than Rain-X and is much easier to apply. It works so well on the windshield that you often don't even need wipers at highway speed. On the rear window, the dust does tend to just fall off or wash off in the rain.
sounds a bit like the stuff i use. the stp stuff is a chemical...strong chemical lol (hurts your eyes like mad) and it lasts a good 6-9 months. :cheers:
 

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Visibility is an important safety consideration, especially in wet weather. Many of us have used a product called RainX which causes water to bead and slide off your windshield dramatically improving visibility. A new product, STP Vision Blade, does the same thing and last longer (up to 6 months). Having just completed a 2,500 miles round trip to the Florida Keys, I found that the Vision Blade treatment not only helps in the wet, but bugs don't smash on the windshield nearly as often (they slide off too), the windshield washers work much better, and the glass stays cleaner and is easier to clean. The improved wet weather visibility is especially helpful at night. Application Tip: Treat all your windows and the mirrors. There is enough Vision Blade in the dispenser to treat two vehicles. As it must be used when the vial is broken, have both vehicles ready for threatment before beginning.
found that reveiw on line

thats all i could find :( i cant even find the stuff on ebay!!!!
 
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