Micro-Swirl™ Trim

(2 customer reviews)


Micro-Swirl™ trim is ideal for applications such as beaded and thin edged shields, on the frame of boat windshields and on fairing lowers to reduce the vacuum that traps excessive heat. An easy and quick way to reduce wind noise, turbulence and in some cases heat. Please note that Trim is applied in a straight line and does not conform to corners. For non beaded shields see Gen-4 Edging™


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Micro-Swirls™ technology produces air bearings that stabilize the interface area between the air-stream and capsule. This smooths, stabilizes and enlarges the capsule for a more comfortable ride. Other benefits are elimination of helmet shake, wind-roar and shield spray.
Micro-Swirl™Trim is a peel-n-stick application that attaches in a straight line across the top of boat windshields, motorcycle beaded edged shields, short opaque screens or aftermarket deflectors such as our Wing-Tips™.  Please note Micro-Swirl™Trim is a one time application and does not come with a money back guarantee.

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3 feet, 3.5 feet, 4 feet, 4.5 feet, 5 feet, 5.5 feet, 6 feet, 6.5 feet, 7 feet, 7.5 feet, 8 feet

2 reviews for Micro-Swirl™ Trim

  1. K. Ciocci (verified owner)

    (Donzi 22 Classic) “…moved the envelope up high enough I now can hear the exhaust instead of wind noise. It is real nice with the thru prop switched on. Cosmetically, I think it looks better than the wind wings, (but they won’t fit on my windshield frame) but I am sure they will do a better job of wind management. Overall I would give the product an 8 out of 10. I am using it an application it wasn’t really designed for. Motorcycle windshields are a lot closer to your head. It eliminated the wind noise and took the wind out of my eyes. I am pleased with the results.” – K. Ciocci*

    *Originally posted on previous Saeng site.

  2. R. Haywood (verified owner)

    Micro-Swirl™ trim is great. I have a 2007 BMW F650GS and live in the desert South West where the riding temperatures reach 105 degrees and above in the summer. The F650 has a heat problem that forces hot engine air out along the bottom of the frame and burns your inner calf and can burn the the lower inside thigh. I placed the trim along the frame down tube on the leading edge and it forces the hot air flow down; it has made a huge difference and a more enjoyable ride. Your leg can still get hot but I haven’t had the burn. I have told my two 650 riding buddies about it. – R. Haywood*

    *Originally posted on previous Saeng site.

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