Windscreen for the GS
The GS cried.
She cried a woeful moan.
She sat in the garage, glaring at the 748 and moaned "You spend no time loving me. To you I'm just a machine. Not like that italian bytch over there. You lovingly caressed her for weeks, gave her new clothes and a makeover. Every day you jump on me, off to work and I sit in the sun until you ride me home. I treat you so well and you hate me."
To which I replied "You hard nosed bulldyke utilitarian german moosewoman! STFU before I fill you with Wesson oil and inflate your tires with urine. What do you want from me? I pay for a service, you provide a service. It's simple and it's fair."
She panged on "I just want you to love me."
Now I've learned a thing or two about dealing with personalities. There are three ways to go:
1. Listen to their points. Make your points, be fair, arrive at a resolution. Enact the resolution.
2. Rollover and take their abuse, be the patsy.
3. Ever see Fargo? The woodchipper scene?
I decided her incessant whining was more a cry for attention than a beratement of my extracurricular activities so I punched up some keys and ordered a Givi windscreen and GS Adventure winglets.
Based on the opinions of those who've added such sparkly things to their GSs I hope to see wind noise cut in half or better, less turbulance for rider and passenger and a generally more comfortable riding experience.
And best of all, I bought her silence for less than $200.00
Before, during and after pics to come in a week or so.