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Sep 14, 2008
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I've been flying my skybolt and have about ten hours in it. The only complaint I have is I am being blasted on the top of my head by the wind. If I slump lower, or lean forward into the cockpit I can stop some of it. If I put my hand on the top of the windshield I can stop all of it. Can you adjust the windshield height, or will I need to make a taller windshield? I only need about three inches of height to stop the pounding. The complaint from the front cockpit is that the wind blast is hitting the back of the head and wanting to pull the head upward. It also appears that if you put your hand on top of the front windshield; likeI did in the rear;the problem goes away. Anyone ever had a similar problem?

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