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on January 29, 2015
Faring went on very easily, it took me and another maybe 10 minutes to get it on straight. I was very pleased to see Inno included 4 clear vinyls to put on your roof to prevent the faring feet from scratching the paint. I have experienced little to no noise or rattling from this product, and it adds a nice look to your car. The Inno sticker that comes on it is also very easy to get off if you dont want it on there. I mounted this to the Subaru OEM roof rack on my 2011 STI hatch.
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on April 7, 2012
Purchased these faring to use with the OEM 2011 Subaru WRX crossbars. They fit perfectly and installation was a breeze. The "Inno" logo is extremely easy to remove if you are going for the simple look. The kit also includes 4 clear film to protect vehicle's paint with the faring legs.
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on May 15, 2014
Easy to install however the manufacture does not supply enough information on sizing. The medium is slightly to small and does not reduce wind noise (actually increases it). If you are buying this for a Subaru impreza/wrx get the large as it will extend past the rack pillars and should reduce wind noise.
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on September 27, 2012
Inno offers a fitment guide on their website which is somewhat helpful. It is hard to find specifications for many of their products, indcluding these fairings. 3 sizes are available: 31, 40, and 48 inches. There are two different fairing products that differ by their attachment brackets. These brackets appear as though they will fit up to 1 inch square/round tubing or just about any oval-shaped factory rails 1 inch thick or less. This bracket is much longer and therefore sticks out much more if you use have 1 inch rails (functionally fine but looks odd.) The sizing of Inno's fairings does not match that of some other manufacturers. I like the appearance and quality of this product. I will add a couple of photos when I get a chance.
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on June 3, 2014
I bought the medium size for my 2012 Subaru Impreza wagon. Unit installs easily and is well made. With the rear lip of the sunroof tipped up, it reduces noise. With the whole sunroof retracted it actually makes an intolerable amount of noise. Also, using the factory Subaru roof rack, the medium does not reach the roof mounts (leaves a 1" gap from the end of the fairing, to the roof mount which adds turbulence). I recommend the Large size so the fairing completely reaches or covers the black plastic mounts that screw into the roof (more aerodynamic).
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on July 28, 2014
I put this on my Thule aero blades on my focus st. yes it works on aero blades and if your getting this for the focus get the large. Thule can say what they want but my aero blades made noise. it also looks really good to. It was really easy to put on I've had it on for about a week. no issues that includes strapping my surf board to my roof.
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on July 14, 2015
I have this installed on a 2015 Subaru Crosstrek with the factory aerobars. The medium size fits nicely between the stock uprights, which is nice. The mounts could be a little cleaner looking, but it is what it is. It doesn't sit 100% flush no matter how much I fiddle with it, but it does lay down at speed. It's worth noting that while I can tilt the sunroof open with no problem, I can't open the sunroof at speed without pulling on the legs so keep that in mind. (They have a rubber coating on the bottom that's held on with an adhesive, and it will tear off).

You will, unfortunately, need Inno's ridiculously priced long bolt kit to put this on a Crosstrek with the oval aero bars. You do NOT need the long bolts for the center section, but the left and right sides do need it. That bolt kit is $20 and you will use four, yes four, bolts. It's a ridiculous price gouge and I almost knocked off another star for it. All in all I give this 3/5. It doesn't look perfect or sit perfect, but it does the job on the cheap and does work on factory aero bars.
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on October 16, 2015
I have this (LARGE size, carbon fiber look) installed on my 2015 MKVII Volkswagen GTI 5 door hatchback with Whispbar aero bars. The fairing looks great and the setup I have is impressively quiet on the highway, even up to 75mph. The Inno sticker can be removed easily, and I really like the way it looks, sleek and minimal. The only downside is that I can't open the sunroof with the fairing installed. The clamps on the fairing get in the way of the sunroof glass. This is because the Whispbar aero bars sit low and close to the roof of the car. I would imagine that with a different roof rack system, opening the sunroof would not be an issue.
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on October 17, 2015
looks amazing, holds up well at high speeds too but if you use mostly high ways, make sure you over tighten it coz it slowly uncrews if you just slightly tighten it. i love it, its good price is definitely worth it. don't waste your money on something too expensive
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on December 16, 2015
Rola roof racks are on the hefty side as they're made of aluminum, and these fit over them just fine. Granted it's close, but they do fit. Installation isn't hard, just takes time because the entire thing comes disaassembled. But it takes tops 30 min to install. The only gripe I jabs is that it doesn't quite extend out as far as I wished. My roof rack extends 41.5 inches from end to end so I bough the medium size (40 inch) fairing. Had I bought it at 48 inches it may have extended an inch too far over the edges and not actually allowed me to fit the clamps over the bar. The fairing curves so despite being 40 inches, it acts more like 39 or 38 inches which doesn't reach from end to end between the mounting base. It's inches but it makes a difference. I wish it came in 42 inches. That's all.

Otherwise it's taken away the whistling sound I used to have with my racks (there is a different wind sound but it blends with general road noise). I did lose some fuel efficiency after installing my bars, I'm hoping this brings some of it back. I can't measure this, but my steering wheel feels heavier (as in I'm experiencing less lift force from the racks catching wind gusts and such). I recommend these. I can't imagine them not fitting any vehicle racks. Rola makes meaty bars and it fit their.

Definitely worth $80. Also arrived 3 days earlier than i expected.
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