I'm impressed with the creative engineering, craftsmanship, and consideration for your back seat passengers.Back passenger seat AC-ON!!!
I'm impressed with the creative engineering, craftsmanship, and consideration for your back seat passengers.
Unless they are really small, though, (like my 14 pound dog in his dog-seat/box), I'm not sure it would be worth all that effort when squeezing them into that tiny space is already kinda' punishing. I guess having AC for more than just their toes (with the stock under seat vents) might make the space slightly more tolerable.
I would never be willing to sacrifice that much space from my center console, but like how clever your modification is in that area is.
dowd13Sometimes I think I should just leave well enough alone but I hardly ever do.
I 3D printed some risers for my 2014 SE, there are a few things that bug me about using spoiler risers that I plan to "fix" with my solution. This is just a proof of concept to check the look.
1> The risers themselves need to be shaped for aerodynamics - the round is just plain and utilitarian.
2> Raising the spoiler exposes a really weird body part - the plan is to cover that.
3> The underneath of the spoiler is like Swiss cheese, hexagonal holes all in it - the plan is to cover that as well.
Stretch goal/blue sky idea: active spoiler, raises and lowers on command or automatically.
From the pics, I would love to hear some feedback good or bad but let's be civil - ya?
Too high? Too low? Needs more tilt? Anything else? ...