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    I just ordered the Aeroflow standard screen. I hope they ship it soon!

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    GOOD NEWS! I just got a "Shipping Notification" from UPS that Aeroflow has shipped my shield. Oh happy day! Full review once I get it installed and I get some miles on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaimeC View Post
    GOOD NEWS! I just got a "Shipping Notification" from UPS that Aeroflow has shipped my shield. Oh happy day! Full review once I get it installed and I get some miles on it.
    Jaime,
    How did the Aeroflow work out for you?
    I'm 6'2" and I'm curious to learn if there's a difference between the Aeroflow and the Givi, if anyone's actually ordered/tried the Givi!
    Last edited by La650gt; 08-22-2014 at 11:12 PM.

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    There are several posts in the forum regarding users who've switched to the Aeroflow screen. It is considerably better than the stock screen. The only complaint I've seen is one member who turned his mirrors in when he parks his bike at night (otherwise it doesn't fit into the narrow space he has in his garage). With the Aeroflow he has to completely lower the screen in order to do so, as it does not have the "scallops" the stock screen has. If this isn't a concern, then don't hesitate. I recently repeated my round trip to Indianapolis with the Aeroflow and was a LOT more rested and relaxed at the end of each day than I was with the stock screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by La650gt View Post
    Jaime,
    How did the Aeroflow work out for you?
    I'm 6'2" and I'm curious to learn if there's a difference between the Aeroflow and the Givi, if anyone's actually ordered/tried the Givi!
    I am 6 feet and I have the Givi. At the middle position the air is very smooth but you do get some helmet noise but still quieter than stock, at the full up position its really quiet but you do get a tiny bit of buffeting around the shoulder area. All in all much better than the stock unit. The best part about the Givi however is the hand shields, those are fantastic at getting air off your hands.

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    I also have the Aeroflow and am 6'2". I like it a lot. I always kept the stock windscreen at its highest point and still had a fair amount of noise and buffeting at highway speeds. I adjust the Aeroflow depending on speed and only have it in its highest position on the highway.

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    Still have my AeroFlow for sale in Classifieds.
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    Cal Sci Windscreen

    Quote Originally Posted by edbremer View Post
    Mark at CALSCI has a windshield in development for the C650GT. I have had two of his windshields in the past and they have provided reduced buffeting and better overall airflow.
    Got one today from Cal Sci. They were absolutely fantastic to work with. I actually live close buy so after I emailed my height and inseam they made one and put it on. It has dramatically improved my riding experience. The first thing that is gone is side turbulence. I didn't realize how much there was until I got the Cal Sci. For me it's really improved stability at any height. Next is the ability to get rid of the back pressure on my helmet when raised up fully. I specifically asked for something that would create a cone of silence and it does that easily at full height. And the good news is that when it is lowered fully I can still get air in my face.

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    TwoPort - need some pictures pleeeze!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Sooner View Post
    TwoPort - need some pictures pleeeze!

    A couple full up and one fully down.

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