You could use vinyl wrap on the inside of the screen. it would look much better. If you still have some vinyl left. give it a try and you'll see the difference.the only issue i had was the light reflecting in the screen but that was easily solved with a bit of black vinyl wrap material cheap and easy fix ...
height, weight, and jacket model numbers please.today it was a bit of crosswind and i started to get buffeting on the left side of the helmet, i was starting to get annoyed by it, but i thought it was strange because I've ridden with stronger crosswinds and didn't notice it before ... after i got home I changed my jacket and went to do the same road i was getting the buffeting.. guess what... problem solved! no more buffeting just the normal noise of the wind which doesn't bother me. the reason was that the shoulder protections of the grey jacket get too high when i'm in the riding position and are bigger so they get in the way of the clean air coming from the left side of the screen and mirror with the cheaper jacket(black) since the shoulder protection doesn't get as high(better fitment) there's no buffeting , so it's just another thing to take in consideration especially with crosswinds... View attachment 277569
my height is 168 cm (5'6) , weight around 62kg at the moment, the black jacket is a RJAYS VOYAGER 5 size XS and the grey a Alpinestars ANDES PRO size S.height, weight, and jacket model numbers please.
I completely agree that rider dimensions, which includes riding gear, is the biggest factor to solving the wind issues.
That's interesting... the AGV K3 SV is considered an entry level helmet. Due to price, you really have my attention 😁For me, so far, the quietest is "AGV K3 SV". All before this one were much noisier: Heissen, Nolan, AGV Numo, Schuberth C3 Pro and can't remember the others. The Schuberth C3 Pro was quiet but induced a lot of buffeting.
The AGV K3 SV is so good for me that I'm now on 3rd one.