I did it all in pieces. It's paramount that you first set your windshield to the right level. I have it so when I sit staright I just see over the shield. Slouch a bit and I'm under. No rain / wind to the back. (On a side note - If you've driven at night in the rain you want to be able to see over the shield cause the on-coming car lights rearly play havoc on the water dropplets clinging to the shield). With this alone I substantially reduced the wind/water affect.
Second I intalled Wind lowers. They helped alot in diverting wind blast and buffetting.
Third I added the enging guard "chaps". This help greatly as well.
All three together are great. Very little wind/rain. Things behind the shield, lowers and chaps are very dry, smooth and comfortable.
Having said all that...there are days when mother natures side winds and speeds take on a life of there own. But all in all, works great.
PS - aside from the mods, things as good helmet, clothing, etc... go without saying.
Last edited by Denis; 11-01-2012 at 10:41 AM.