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I recently installed a cee bailey #2 -2 with the forward deflection. It's the correct height for me as it is variable from well below to well above eye height.
I've noticed that I now get a slight back pressure from the wind turbulence. Yesterday I had my wife bring a short section of yarn to see what the wind is doing and there is definitely forward flow going on. It seems that this will cause fatigue earlier with the extra pressure on the arms.
Is this what others have noticed?
Thanks, Glenn
 

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I use the Cee Bailey #2 without any height adjustment. There is definately a forward flow of air (the ashes from my cigarette leave spots on the inside) but it can be neutralized by lowering the windshield.

I only ride with the Mrs. maybe 1% of the time so... remind me why the wind effect on her is important?

Cheers!
 
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