It turns out that the solution was to separate the windshield from the bike allowing air to flow under it, thereby relieving the vacuum that is created behind it which dumps turbulence on your head. We patented an adjustable bracket system which does this and simultaneously allows you to control the angle and height of the shield so you can dial in the smoothest possible airflow. Now you can look over the shield, not through it, and keep your visor open even at highway speeds with quiet calm comfort and a great view of the road. Now THAT's what motorcycle riding is all about!
So do you need ear plugs with the addition on and properly adjusted?I added this for $20 and very happy with it.
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Well, it depends on all kinds of factors, such as size of rider, size of windshield, seating position, height, handlebar position, custom seat, tail or head wind speed, etc.So what is the right amount of wind to have on the rider?
Too quiet may make you feel like you're in a cage.
Too much and it causes noise and neck fatigue.
What say you???