Has anyone played around with removing the plastic edge trim that MRA includes?
I installed my 'S' Spoiler screen a couple days ago and like it, but I was getting a little more noise than I wanted where some dirty air was hitting the base of my helmet / shoulders at normal highway speed. At 85+ mph I was getting a fair bit of buffeting, about like the stock screen.
I pulled off that trim before I headed to work this morning and it was noticeably better, smoother air -- including at extra-legal speeds. I need to experiment and ride with it more to see if it really helped, or maybe the wind was in a more favorable direction coming into work this morning.
Curious if anyone else has noticed similar results? Not sure if that trim is there for aesthetic reasons (It does look nicer with it installed), or if it is supposed to help with the aero...