Tell me more about your experience with the Rumble Strip. I was interested in them, but wasn't sure if it was right for me. I tried the Saeng stripping, returned it, and bought a Givi screen. I would just like a little more clearance.
The Schuberth C2 full face helmet that I wear has the ability to vent every so slightly and it substantially helps with the wind noise. The clear screen has a 'ratcheting' opening that allows it to open just slightly and stop there. This ability to vent also prevents it from fogging and allows a little more air in the dreadful heat we have in the summertime. It also has a built-in rumble strip on the top of the helmet. It is the quietest helmet I've ever had. Whilst it is an expensive helmet ($500), considering all the features it has, for me it was worth every penny.indiana99 said:I know I'm a newbie here, but I had a startling realization on the drive from Ft Wayne to Lafayette, IN today. I'm still waiting for my taller/wider CeeBaileys windshield to come in this Wednesday, but today the following happened. I had earplugs in. It helps a bit but because buffeting = bass, it is felt at least as much as it is heard. As we all know, treble is directional and bass is nondirectional. It just goes through anything. Anyway, I was experiencing typical buffeting doing 70 mph and decided to flip my visor up. Almost No Buffeting!!!
I tried it again 3 times on three different roads and similar speed and each time the Bassy-Buffeting was 80% gone. What was left was higher piched. I've come to realize that it's the helmet that we should all be seaking solutions to and now radically modified windshields. I'm buying a pair of goggles as soon as I can. Only $30 for top of the line stuff online!
Fellas, try this out and tell me if it was just an anomaly that I experienced or is it truly a new discovery.