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Anyone notice something wrong with this?

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One serious problem I noticed. driving in rain at 110Km/hr created an extremely low pressure zone between the glass and the mirror, as a result of the mirrors being very aerodynamic. As a consequence, there was too much water stuck there and I couldn't use my mirrors.

I'm confused about that. Are we using G6s to test boundary layer control or something now?

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Ah! So you're the rainmaker?


(Sorry. I couldn't resist.)

...sigh. Typo.

Probably it was when my boss suddenly appeared behind me this afternoon.

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