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Wind Noise Reduction Kit

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I don't know how effective the kits are since I think the Model S is quiet. I have heard more complaints about the Model 3. But below is one kit that I found.

Thank you very much. I appreciate your assistance.
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fortunate for me I don’t have any wind noise from the windows. However I do have windshield noise. I filled in the gap between the windshield and the glass roof and it made a noticeable difference. I got the rubber tubing seal off Amazon.
I also used the model 3 noise kit. I can’t tell if it made a difference.
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Reviving - after driving a new refresh S, I'm finding that the new car does not have very good door seals, causing some wind noise into the cabin, just like my 17 S. When I took delivery of my car in December of 2020, the first thing I noticed was considerable noise across the windshield somewhere when driving the car home on the PA turnpike from Tesla. My previous car was a 2014 Cadillac ELR that had Bose active noise cancellation, and it was tomb like. So I decided to do some trouble shooting by applying painters tape to all areas where wind was coming in.




I got into the car via the trunk, and took the car for a long fast ride, got some funny looks, but it was dead silent, the way it should be. I did purchase the wind noise reduction kit from RPM - the one that goes in the channel above the windshield, and that did work to quash the vortex noise from that area. Tesla did replace both front door seals after I found a bunch of foam stuffed into them after a previous attempt to knock that wind noise down.

Can anyone suggest a source for a noise reduction kit for a Model S? Can I use a 10 piece kit for a 4 or a Y? There seems to be nothing available for the S. If I had the time, I'd Dynamat the car. Thanks.
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