i think it might be the shoei helmets i have the touring screen on my 90 and the same thing hits the helmet shakes like crazy so much it makes the road blurry but i tried my nolan flip helmet and its alot better still buffets but not as muchWell...
I bought this from a fellow rider...Thanx SVZuki!
But to be honest, i do not like it. ALSO. I have it mounted much higher to try and get the wind over my Shoei helmet, but to no avail.
It only moved the wind from my chest directly into my face. I am 6' tall and about 330lbs. I would suggest a different one than the one i bought. Now my head kind of bounces around, BUT it did get the wind out of my chest which means i could "theoretically"ride longer than normal.
I did want to try it and appreciate the AWESOME deal me SVZuki made me... you rock bro!
Used the rifle solo on my 4600 mile round trip from VA to AZ worked extremely well for me..Shields arent for me..but it worked well and looked fine on my R2. Best part is once I got it set up the way I wanted takes about 40-50 seconds to remove it or put it back on. I would arrive in cities as we were traveling and get into hotel remove it and go out and cruise the town for a bit with no shield. Oh yeah Im 6'4 if youre concerned with height.Looking at the Rifle Solo or the SUZ Touring
What looks and performs the best
Anyone have these let me know how you like them.
..You should be able to just see over a windshield sitting normally.
Tried the sport .. No goodI have both of the OEM Suzuki shields.....I'm 6'1" and started out with the sport and it made riding worse. It buffets your head/helmet so bad that it made it hard to focus on road signs while riding. A year later, I bought the touring model thinking that the larger frontal area may reduce the wind buffeting more but I was wrong....same result as the sport shield....WIND BUFFETING! I prefer no shield at all but had a 1000+ mile trip planned so I thought it would reduce fatigue associated with fighting the headwinds.
I left the windshields at home because the fatigue from fighting the buffeting was worse.
I have read a few posts that suggest the RIFLE UPPER & LOWER (Fork) shields are the best combo to have. Evidently, the wind that hits the front of the fuel tank gets pushed upwards and into the chest area and can be reduced or maybe even stopped with the lowers. Combine that with the upper and you should have a pretty "solid" result. Good Luck.