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      10-14-2019, 08:21 PM   #1249
joshuastein55
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Do you currently have a coupe without rear windows that open? I've had a number of them and they all have pretty serious buffeting. Even convertibles tend to be bad with the windows down and roof up. One reason some have a back window that also opens.
Currently have an M2, don't have any buffeting issues with the windows down, pretty much normal amount.
Sunroof vented or no difference? Possibly related, are you tall? I tend to be right next to the b-pillar which I think accentuates the issue. I'm 6'2" and like my arms pretty extended.
No sunroof on the M2, 5'11, sit pretty far back, haven't had any significant buffeting issues.

I think the Toyota just suffers worse because of the window design and its more angled, maybe something to do with aerodynamics. All i know is that when I drove the Supra recently, I had heard of the buffeting issue, and tested it out myself and found that it has greater than average buffeting at lower speeds from 40mph+.
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