I built a "34" Ford pickup hot rod with a 6" chop, channeled 6" over the frame and stretched 5" behind the rear of the door opening. The car has the stock radiator shell and full hood and side curtains. the engine is a 302 Ford crate motor rated at 345 HP. I have a Tremec TKO 600 five speed transmission with the .82 overdrive. The car has no fenders. My problem with this car is the incredibly loud wind noise starting at about 60 mph. I actually have to wear ear protection to cruise at 70mph. Conversation with the passenger is next to impossible. My guess is that the visor above the windshield channels the air to the left and right and that the noise happens as the air stream passes around the "A" pillar. I thought of fabricating panels attached to the top hinge to smooth the air around the pillars but these would be ugly and made of aluminum would cut down on visibility. I also thought of cutting the visor off to see if that eliminated the wind noise. That would be drastic but if metal finished correctly wouldn't look that bad. This would look more like the windshield treatment of a "32" Ford. I would like to know how other Ford pickup owners have addressed this problem and what people's opinions would be on whether or not removing the visor would eliminate the wind noise. I could always weld the visor back on if I wanted to. Thank you.