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Went for a few hundred km ride with Marco57 a couple of days ago. Had to turn around at flooded roads 3 times, didn't get where we were originally going but still had a great day. His Corey Ness Cross Country is a very flash bike, the metallic yellow of the paint really pops in the right light.
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I have the same forged crash bars you do and found the JTD lower fairing did the trick for the buffeting coming from below.


Combined with Madstad windshield brackets and a flip top windshield eliminated all buffeting. Just a flip windshield would probably work though.

Thank you for this info - I have the JTD lowers but found I was getting too warm and removed them plus I needed to replace the lights in them. Couldn’t convince myself to upgrade the jtd lights or get something from clearwater (darla) and retain the airflow - wasn’t using the bike much so I had time….😂 The madstad solution stuff feels like they understand the problem - off to research and get one ordered up. Cheers
 

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Went for a few hundred km ride with Marco57 a couple of days ago. Had to turn around at flooded roads 3 times, didn't get where we were originally going but still had a great day. His Corey Ness Cross Country is a very flash bike, the metallic yellow of the paint really pops in the right light. View attachment 255250
I am happy for guys , truly I am….. it’s - 43C with wind here…. frick☹
 

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Went for a ride with @Marco57 down winding backroads, up a mountain range and west on the rich crop land of the Darling Downs, heading for the little town of Cecil Plains for a pub lunch at the Hotel Victory.

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Temperature was in the low 30s C and the couple of beers with lunch went down well. The Condamine River had been flooding the week before and the straight flat road out to Cecil Plains through the broad acre canola field was pretty chopped up in parts. There was no fuel for sale, the resupply tanker the week before had broken down.
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Had a slow run north to Dalby, 45 kms away and filled up. Marco made it into town with 1 litre left in the tank.
Next headed on to Acland, a coal mining ghost town with one person left.
Bikes in front of the war memorial.
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Met and had a yarn with the last bloke left, then bolted for home. Bowled over a bunny along the way, it ran straight out and hit my left footpeg.
All up 430 kms, a great ride.
 

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Went for a ride with @Marco57 down winding backroads, up a mountain range and west on the rich crop land of the Darling Downs, heading for the little town of Cecil Plains for a pub lunch at the Hotel Victory.

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Temperature was in the low 30s C and the couple of beers with lunch went down well. The Condamine River had been flooding the week before and the straight flat road out to Cecil Plains through the broad acre canola field was pretty chopped up in parts. There was no fuel for sale, the resupply tanker the week before had broken down.
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Had a slow run north to Dalby, 45 kms away and filled up. Marco made it into town with 1 litre left in the tank.
Next headed on to Acland, a coal mining ghost town with one person left.
Bikes in front of the war memorial.
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Main street:
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Met and had a yarn with the last bloke left, then bolted for home. Bowled over a bunny along the way, it ran straight out and hit my left footpeg.
All up 430 kms, a great ride.
Nice ride
 
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