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Old 12-04-2012, 04:51 PM   #1
Vincenthdfan OP
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CalSci Windshield with Adventure Tech GPS Mount?

I know this may be reaching, but what the hell...

As many of you know, the CalSci windshield for the VStrom has a nifty little anti-buffeting triangle cut in the bottom center of the shield, which I would assume is to reduce back pressure behind the windshield.

I really like the looks of the Adventure Tech GPS mount that mounts on the windshield mount area so that the GPS is in line with your field of vision while riding.

My question here is...has anyone mounted one of these style GPS mounts in front of a CalSci cutout and if so...what effect did it have on the back pressure reduction factor?

Did it negate the effect? Did it cause any difference?

Curious minds wanna know...

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