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Seadan bug deflector on coupe

Does Anybody know if this is possible and how it looks? very easy to find sedan deflectors but cant seem to find one for my coupe, found one for $130 but Id rather go without it then waist 130 on a piece of plastic. let me know guys I cant see it being that off from the sedan to coupe, then again I can be completely wrong

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Why? See my posts here Front mask/bra ?
I don't really want a bra id rather the plastic and that is comparing 03-05 coupe to a 06-07 sedan I'm asking about a 2003 sedan bug deflector on a 03 coupe.

if not does anyone know where I can get a 03 accord coupe bug deflector from for a decent price, all I'm finding is for a sedan. has anyone tried the sedan deflector on the coupe and seen how its looked?

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Sedan and coupe hoods differ slightly, just enough to make it a hassle to try and adapt the sedan deflector to the coupe. I recommend checking out FormFit Hood Protectors. I've had mine mounted for a few years now without issue. I think I paid about $80 shipped 3 years ago. Great product, Canadian made, fantastic customer service.

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Bug deflector, window sun visor, mud flaps, all useless in my opinion. The bugs that thing deflect will still land on the hood and windshield somehow. They do add some odd look to the car though.

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Bug deflector, window sun visor, mud flaps, all useless in my opinion. The bugs that thing deflect will still land on the hood and windshield somehow. They do add some odd look to the car though.
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Sedan and coupe hoods differ slightly, just enough to make it a hassle to try and adapt the sedan deflector to the coupe. I recommend checking out FormFit Hood Protectors. I've had mine mounted for a few years now without issue. I think I paid about $80 shipped 3 years ago. Great product, Canadian made, fantastic customer service.

Thank you I actually just came across it but that's over 100 and and not really looking to spend that much. and it I feel it would look nice on my car from all the little paint chips at the front of my hood from rocks
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Thank you I actually just came across it but that's over 100 and and not really looking to spend that much. and it I feel it would look nice on my car from all the little paint chips at the front of my hood from rocks
Cheaper options can be found on ebay if you're just looking for something to reduce the paint chip damage. The rock chips were the primary driving force behind my decision due to all the highway driving I do. Aesthetically, the formfit also looks the best IMO; it has more coverage than most brands and is most similar to the OEM ones in terms of overall design and quality. I remember reading somewhere that the Honda deflectors (when they were still being produced) were just rebranded FormFit. Don't quote me on that though.

Either way, give it some thought, best of luck in your decision. Cheers!
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