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Re: New from NorCal
« Reply #20 on: 12 November, 2018, 01:55:06 PM »
"Down" into the 60s??? 

A heated jacket and heated grips do the trick down to 30.
Below that, the tires don't work so well on the cold pavement.

The short screen looks good on the blue bike! 
The helmets definitely make a difference.
Wearing a neck gaiter makes a huge difference, regardless of the helmet.

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Re: New from NorCal
« Reply #21 on: 12 November, 2018, 03:49:03 PM »
*Originally Posted by 07_1050_ABS [+]
Got the Powerbronze shield on.... what a difference. The wind noise is at least reduced by half, maybe more. I think some of the problem may be my Shark Carbon Pro modular helmet.... not the most aerodynamic.

 The shield fits perfectly, gives a sporty look  :031:

I fitted that powerbronze short screen, it worked but I got wet. I then tried the MRA T screen & that works just fine for me, just as quiet as the shorty but I don't get so wet. A tad flexible but been on 3 years now & still good.

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