I bought my Superlight early this year and have so far had very limited use of it. It's pretty much parked up for winter now but I'm planning what improvements to make to it before we are (hopefully) all allowed out properly next year.
On my one big blat around Mid Wales in August I tried driving for one day without the doors. I loved being able to bolt Spa Mirrors onto the windscreen frame without having to rely on the chocolate teapots fixed to the doors but the buffeting was something else and not something I'd regularly enjoy.
I'm told that buffeting is mainly caused by the windscreen and that there is far less with an aero screen but I imagine that introduces a whole new catalogue of problems like stones and flies in the teeth.
How do people overcome this? Do you always wear a helmet with an aero screen or are sunglasses, scarf and beanie sufficient? What are the other downsides of having an aero screen on permanently that I may have missed? Would I have to put the full windscreen back on for MOTs?
I can see some clear advantages to going the aero screen route:
1. They look great
2. It's always ready for the track
3. It stops muppet passengers pulling on the windscreen when they get in and out
4. I can have proper mirrors
5. Did I say they look great?
All thoughts for and against welcome..........