At 5'10'' I'm looking through it. The top of the shield is about even with the top of my helmet.Lowers will help I have them on my 900. Where is the top of your windshield say in relationship with your eyes??Are you looking over it through it is the top even with your eyes your forehead???
I will tell you what happened with the buffeting I was getting. The windshield already at its lowest setting was about eyebrow even in height quite a bit of buffeting. Put on lowers adjusted helped some less buffeting. Not related put on Mustang wide touring seat raised me up about an inch or so top of shield even with mid point of nose guess what almost no buffeting at all now. So the key to my buffeting was the shield height itself.At 5'10'' I'm looking through it. The top of the shield is about even with the top of my helmet.
My windshield is 14" at the top, and 24" at the bottom. With a full face helmet, I had no air flow into my full face helmet.Tina, you're just being too practical now!
no, honestly, with a full face helmet, the air tends to come up from underneath and is very noisy.
+1I'm sure there's all kinds of variances other than the windshields themselves, but I'm getting much more buffeting behind the Kawasaki windshield on my 900 LT than I used to get behind the Memphis Fats on my 800 Classic.
The 900's windshield is noticeably bigger -- height and width -- than the Memphis Fats.
I used to look nearly two inches over the Memphis Fats. I've got the 900's adjusted as far down as possible and still look through it unless I stand on the floor boards slightly.