Bestop Sunrider on Mojave

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Kept my Bestop Sunrider off my JL and put back on my new JT Mojave. Took a 3 hour ride yesterday and both the wife and I noticed we had way less buffeting and not nearly as much air flow into the cabin. I am wondering if the new hood has changed the dynamics a little? It was really nice ride.



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Did you have the sliding rear window open? That can make a big difference
 
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Hey @MR GRANITE
Just curious, what are you comparing it to that you're finding the airflow much better than? I know the airflow patterns with just the freedom panels removed and nothing up there can be pretty harsh.

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Had same top on my 2019 JL unlimited and moved it to my 2020 Gladiator Mojave. Less wind noise and internal air movement on Gladiator Mojave.
 

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This in interesting. I have a JTR and the wife has a JLu Mojave. I believe them to have the same hoods. The Sunrider behaves different on each vehicle. I can get a little buffering (flapping) when it is folded back on the JT unless crack one of the back windows.
This is still one of my favorite mods. The ability to flip the top back sitting at light is great!
 

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