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Hi guys (and girls),

I have a Stelvio Quadrifoglio which I often drive from The Netherlands to Italy. On the German autobahn there is no limit, so most of the time I drive quite fast. Often reaching speeds between 140 and 180mph. At 140/150mph (250/260km/ph) my panoramic roof starts to whisle. It's not something that comes in slowly, but it's like something is lifting immediately / in a instant at a certain speed. The noise can be heared here in this video:
(put a time stamp at the moment it starts)

Does anybody know any solution. My dealer tells me they don't have a clue. Sound seems to come from this 2 points. When using some duct tape on it, it dissapears:
 

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The recommendation would be to have gotten the CF roof. It deletes the roof rails. The sales rep should've told you that, as at such high speeds the rails can cause said issues.
But despite the roof rails, this should not happen, right?
 

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That's why I'm looking for a Sunroof Wind Deflector to see if that would fix it, or a small lip spoiler that sticks right in front of the sunroof.
I'm searching for exact the same thing! Could not find it sadly...
 

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with help of T25 Torx bit and six bolts. open sunroof and you'll see three small black bolts on each rail holding glass.
of course make sure rail guides are in alignment.
I will try that! Seems not to be to impossible.
I have had a giulia Veloce with similar issue at 200 was making this noise. My stelvio now does not show that at speeds of 200-210.
As I have non QV versions. I know the sound! I always thought the Sunroof will fly away.
I once taped the front left and right rubbers with closed roof. this reduced the wind coming in. (At the front corners of room, the rubber is connecting the front to sides. I suspect that gap caused the issue.

BTW checked your plate. You are a hero, in Netherlands (with the 21% and BPM) to have it as Private car! with this High of import tax (BPM)
and also the Crazy 100km/h during day time limit. I hated it
Thanks. It's indeed a very, very expensive car here, but I'm an Alfista, so I had to buy it.
 
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