Givi Airflow vs. Madstad
Greetings, fellow Stromers...
I'm 6'2 and have the stock Suzuki windscreen on my '13 Wee...the one with the built-in adjustable wind deflector at the top. For the most part, it does OK, but the buffeting can be a chore and I always wear earplugs as the wind noise is tiresome. (I have Richland Rick's mirror extenders installed already).
So...been doing research and have narrowed possible options down to either a Givi Airflow or a Madstad with their brackets and windscreen. I see plusses and minuses for both...I'm drawn to the Madstad a bit for its ability to tilt back and forth as well as up and down, as opposed to the Givi which just adjusts up and down. However, that lower piece on the Givi that has the "winglets" looks like it might provide some cleaner air.
So rather than poll the inmates on the benefits of either...are there folks out there who have tried BOTH and can offer some real world experience as to which worked better for you, and why?
2013 Wee Adv...
EnduroGuardian bash plate/highway pegs/radiator guard;
AdventureTech LLC peg lowering mounts/mirror extenders/fork brace/shifter relocation kit, 2" extended front brake line;
Saddleman Gel-Channel Tech seat;
Barkbuster Storm hand guards;
Oxford heated grips;
Blue Seas 5025 6 circuit fuse block;
12v weatherproof power port;
Eastern Beaver headlight relay kit;
Cree LED lights;
Signal Dynamics voltage monitor;
PWD Stebel horn kit;
"Home grown" tool tube;
"Sasquatched" (Adventure Power Sports) rear shock
Madstad bracket and 22" screen
Roadstercycle SH775 R/R upgrade
SW-Motech bar risers
Mr. Ed's Moto custom seat
Superbright LED headlight bulbs and other bulbs converted to LED