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Hello,
I own a few other brands. I am starting the process of buying a Victory.

I am considering a Vision or Cross Country.
With my current and former rides I have had wind buffetting around my helmeted head. I tried all the recommended solutions different windshields, seats, helmets, lowers, baffles, defelectors and a rabbit's foot to no avail.

I am hoping to buy the motorcycle and not have to change the seat and windshield and ride without buffetting, I do not mind wind noise. I dislike having my helmet being beaten like a drum so that my vision becomes vibratory.

Thanks and please feel free to comment, like I had to add comments.
 

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Hello,
I own a few other brands. I am starting the process of buying a Victory.

I am considering a Vision or Cross Country.
With my current and former rides I have had wind buffetting around my helmeted head. I tried all the recommended solutions different windshields, seats, helmets, lowers, baffles, defelectors and a rabbit's foot to no avail.

I am hoping to buy the motorcycle and not have to change the seat and windshield and ride without buffetting, I do not mind wind noise. I dislike having my helmet being beaten like a drum so that my vision becomes vibratory.

Thanks and please feel free to comment, like I had to add comments.
Welcome aboard. Best advise one could give you is to test ride the bike at freeway speed, and see how the air works around your head.
 

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Hello,
I own a few other brands. I am starting the process of buying a Victory.

I am considering a Vision or Cross Country.
With my current and former rides I have had wind buffetting around my helmeted head. I tried all the recommended solutions different windshields, seats, helmets, lowers, baffles, defelectors and a rabbit's foot to no avail.

I am hoping to buy the motorcycle and not have to change the seat and windshield and ride without buffetting, I do not mind wind noise. I dislike having my helmet being beaten like a drum so that my vision becomes vibratory.

Thanks and please feel free to comment, like I had to add comments.
The "Tour" edition of the XC has hard lowers and a HUGE windshield and according to EVERYONE, there is no wind. The Vision is second with it's adjustable windscreen. The XC's can be modified with aftermarket parts to reduce/remove wind.
 
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