Join Date: May 2018
Location: Euro Stromtrooper
Windscreen - Givi vs MRA
I couldn't live with the buffeting (felt like being kicked in the head) of the original windscreen, so I got (based on reviews) the Givi Airflow screen.
Admittedly, it was pretty good at keeping me out of the wind completely (except I got buffeting again at higher speeds and certain 'wind vectors' (when the wind would be blowing strongly certain angles compared to the direction I was driving). However, I don't mind a bit of wind (adds to the speed sensation, as long as it's clean wind and not buffeting)
However, on my previous bike I had an MRA Vario Touring screen which dumped the air on my shoulders and head, but got rid of the buffeting pretty well.
While I would certainly have been able to live with the Givi screen, I bought an MRA to see if that would make me feel better, and it appears it does. i'm back to fairly clean wind on shoulders and head, and a good airstream into my ventilation holes (which was a bit of an issue with the givi screen).
I think this is going to be a keeper (and I can recommend the MRA screen to those who are looking for a windscreen which leaves you with a bit of an air stream, unlike the Givi screen which doesn't).