i don't really understand what that story about buffeting is. as long as I don't feel that my head is going to fall off, I am content with the windscreen
And even then, unless it is pouring down rain, a heated vest or jacket liner works wonders in the winter.I don’t think I’ll need the Givi until much later in the year.
I have that type of wind deflector from aliexpress. I mount them on my V650 last years in May. Tested with speed 180+km/h hold perfect, and help me to reduce buffeting by 99%yes, my mistake. i see here in Thailand similar deflectors that might work. https://www.lazada.co.th/products/bmw-r-1200-gsvfr-800-yamaha-kawasaki-versys-650-triumph-benelli-ktm-i1464048475-s3830410325.html?spm=a2o4m.searchlist.list.92.de9c4539NsyN9q&search=1
lol it is FAR from a myth. It's a very real thing.I am wondering, how you guys can feel low-frequency noise due to the windscreen buffeting? I was just the other day on a long trip, and all I could hear was the annoying sound in my helmet (and I have a good helmet). So I just put ear-plugs not to lose hearing, and then what I heard was a combination of the exhaust and wind in my helmet. just a suggestion - maybe buffeting is only a myth?