Next up, windscreen fun. I've felt that the stock KTM piece offered a good balance between appearance and coverage, with reasonably little turbulence as the result. Always curious, I ordered a Givi D750S windscreen (giviusa.com, $148), which bolted right on. It's 5.9 inches taller than the stock piece but slightly narrower above the flare-out for the mounting points. In stock form, I found the screen too noisy; it left the airflow to break right at the top of my helmet. Because I own a wicked-good bandsaw, I trimmed 30mm (1.2 inches) from the screen's height. Ah, that's better. The slightly shorter screen moves the airflow separation point so that most of my daily helmets seem quieter. I might try removing a little more material, but the problem is that you don't know when you have the height perfect until you overshoot.