Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: Omaha, Nebraska USA 68135
I've tried them all, and there is no good solution. I have the triumph touring screen, stock screen, double-bubble screen and a laminar lip. I've tried all of the combinations of the lip on each of the screens, and there is no combination that gives both good protection and low noise. Believe it or not, the quietest is the stock short screen. It gives you a windblast in the helmet, but it's "clean" air and relatively quiet. The touring screen moves the windblast up to the upper helmet, but it's very noisy (as you know). The double-bubble is pretty worthless, it moves the windblast up about an inch over stock and it's much noisier. What it really needs is an even taller touring screen that is at more of a raked angle, but no one makes one.
2002 Triumph Sprint ST