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Put the screen on the other day and hammered with buffeting. So after some research on here I made some large lowers and it has almost stopped it, the stock screen is just a bit too low for me so I just ordered the Laminar lip and hopefully this will fix the dreaded head wobbles.
Will give some feedback when I try it out.
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If that doesn't fix it you need the sure fire cure...

The Goldwing windshield vent !!!

Bye bye buffeting...
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Yeah could be the go, though not a lot using open face helmet. We will see.
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Ok fitted today, test run tomorrow.
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Test run today went brilliant, heading into pretty strong headwind 110km/h had almost no buffeting. Coming home with wind behind me It was so calm behind the screen I was able to very comfortably sit on 140km/h. Love it so far.
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Test run today went brilliant, heading into pretty strong headwind 110km/h had almost no buffeting. Coming home with wind behind me It was so calm behind the screen I was able to very comfortably sit on 140km/h. Love it so far.
What is this Laminar Lip?? Pics' links????
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Fahgettaboudit !!!

The "lip" ain't "hip" !!!

Goldwing riders have researched the effects of buffeting YEARS AGO...

The BEST and MOST EFFECTIVE way to eliminate the low pressure area behind your windshield is to VENT IT !!!

LEARN from the high mileage EXPERTS !!!!

Got mine on eBay for 20 bucks SHIPPED !!!

BYE BYE BUFFETING !!!

HELLO FRESH AIR !!!

BTW, add lowers too !!!

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fahgettaboudit !!!

The "lip" ain't "hip" !!!

Goldwing riders have researched the effects of buffeting years ago...

The best and most effective way to eliminate the low pressure area behind your windshield is to vent it !!!

Learn from the high mileage experts !!!!

Got mine on ebay for 20 bucks shipped !!!

Bye bye buffeting !!!

Hello fresh air !!!

Btw, add lowers too !!!

Ride on !!!
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pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Will try and get some up tomorrow.
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