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mjm1942
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PostSubject: Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow   Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow I_icon_minitimeThu Dec 03, 2015 7:42 pm

Wondering if Meldrew would be kind enough to give a review and advice on his use of the Wonderlich on his Airflow windshield. Which model of the Wonderlich, how it's adjusted such as angle relative to the Airflow, etc. Pictures would be great! I would PM but that option does not appear to be available for you. On the other hand there may be others on the site who would also appreciate the advice. Just spent a couple of delightful weeks on Hayling Island touring the South of England. Many thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow   Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow I_icon_minitimeSat Dec 12, 2015 8:50 pm

Meldrew is on a South East Asia cruise with Mrs M and currently sitting in the Hotel Continental in Saigon taking advantage of some free wi-fi, which is very slow and expensive on the ship.

Anything you need to know about the Wünderlich wind deflector has probably been mentioned in my previous posts, or you could do when I wanted to find out more, view the variety of YouTube clips on installing and using. That's what I did before purchasing mine.

I bought what was I think the clear Universal or Honda version in the UK, I can't remember the price and giving the reluctance of buying from over this side of the Pond, they are available from Wünderlich USA.
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PostSubject: Re: Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow   Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow I_icon_minitimeSat Dec 12, 2015 11:11 pm

Thank you Meldrew. I did try several searches on the site with no success and I do appreciate you taking the time to reply. One question when you have time to reply...where do you place the upper part of the Givi when you install the Wonderlich - how far from the highest or lowest setting? I assume that it has been an improvement for you. Thanks again, enjoy your cruise. Mike
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PostSubject: Re: Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow   Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow I_icon_minitimeSun Dec 13, 2015 12:18 am

Hi Mike, I'm now blagging more free wi-fi on the Roof Top Garden of the Rex Hotel and cooling down with another Saigon export beer after a large bowl of pho. It's just as hot and humid here as Bangkok was but it's a nicer place.

After you clamp the spoiler to the rubber gasket to the centre of the Airflow, it's simply a matter of height and angle to suit your preference. I had to readjust the height and angle from the original sweet spot I originally had. It served me well on my very rainy rides in Germany in September, it blew the majority of rain over my visor making wiping unnecessary. I could also look through the clear gap between Airflow and spoiler in really heavy rain.

Here I am sweating like a glassblowers arse most of the time and I haven't much idea of the flooding back home in Northern England because of the lack of wi-fi.
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PostSubject: Re: Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow   Wunderlich Deflector on Givi Airflow I_icon_minitimeMon Dec 14, 2015 6:38 pm

Hi Meldrew. Thanks again for responding. I plan to get going on this in the Spring and let you you know how it works out. I am presently visiting grand kids in Calgary, Alberta where the temperature today is minus 11 C, quite a contrast to your location so I am not sweating, just helping to heat the air. Love the expression about the glass blower. I will add it to my list of British colloquialisms. One of my favourites is the "Witless Wanker", a species I have run into during my travels. All the best, Cheers, Mike
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