I don't want to be unfair with AGV Numo EVO. You can crack-open it but for my liking it was just too much. The opening is like 20mm while on AGV K3 SV is like 1-2mm.
I sure hope not!Man, they don't look look right. Any chance they are upside down?
did you get a chance to try it yet? I'm interested in getting/making some if they work!I sure hope not!
The idea is to catch that ugly wind that comes hard and fast up the side of the fairing and channel it down in a controlled fashion... the result is less turbulence around the lower helmet.
I see we have the same setup. Givi Airflow, bar risers, Givi Tank Lock, GS Wind Deflectors, mirror extenders, RAM Mount...The idea is to catch that ugly wind that comes hard and fast up the side of the fairing and channel it down in a controlled fashion... the result is less turbulence around the lower helmet.
I'm heading out again this evening. First test was very promising, but it was a really windy night last night. Heading out again this evening and then I'll provide a final review.did you get a chance to try it yet? I'm interested in getting/making some if they work!
I've noticed that putting a hand (or hands if I have the throttle lock on) where you put the deflectors definitely lessens the wind noise. Will have to try them.For those that are trying to figure out the priority to tackle turbulence issues, this would be my priority after what I have learned:
1. Side deflectors. You need to manage that shit wind that comes up around the side of the fairing. For me, this was a large contributor to the turbulence that would converge under my helmet. Start here. I bet it makes a massive difference for most.
2. Givi AirFlow. The funny story here is that I bought one, tried it, hated it, and sold it... last year. After testing/observing where bad wind was coming from, I noticed the windscreen was just 1 variable out of three that need solving. So I bought another one, and I'm of the opinion that it is also a critical variable to being happy with wind management on this bike.
3. Helmet. It is surprising how much a helmet makes a difference. And this has nothing to do with the price of a helmet. We have learned on this thread that some helmets perform much better with respect to turbulence and noise, regardless of price. My new HJC i90 made a big difference. The caveat here is the rider dimensions (including riding gear) matter, since some people will have different results with the same helmet as others.
4. "Augustus Deflectors". I'm using quotes since these were deflectors that were popular for the 2012+ 650. I placed them directly below the lowest part of the Givi AF. See the pictures above. If the Givi AF went down another 3-4 inches on the sides, you wouldn't need these.
Good luck all!