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Old 01-12-2013, 08:47 PM   #15406
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Can anyone speak to the passenger accommodations on the s10 vs the strom?
My wife mainly said she feels higher up on the Tenere. I do use an Airhawk
for the passenger too. Out of the Strom, FJR and Tenere she likes the Tenere best.
She like the Strom over the FJR.
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:56 PM   #15407
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Pretty neat, are the contents accessible with it on the bike?
Unfortunately no. But it will be easy to detach. I am going to use a cargo strap with a cambuckle on it.

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Old 01-13-2013, 03:15 AM   #15408
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Unfortunately no. But it will be easy to detach. I am going to use a cargo strap with a cambuckle on it.

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I would be really leary about putting anything like a cargo strap and buckle anywhere near the wheel; or a box that close to the wheel.

It doesn't take much to spit it into the wheel and that's a bad day.
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Old 01-13-2013, 04:23 AM   #15409
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I don´t kow, if this has been postet yet.
Very nice to see the S10 is liked by cycle world.

http://www.cycleworld.com/ten_best_b...st-bikes-2012/

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Old 01-13-2013, 06:57 AM   #15410
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I'm 6'3" and am getting buffeted beyond recognition by both the stock screen and then by a 26" parabellum that I shelled out good money for (ouch!). I'm still trying to find a solution before I scrap the screen entirely, but it'd nice to have something to keep the arctic breeze at bay. I am considering getting a bracket (wasp, madstadt) to see if I can make either work better. Even though the parabellum is correctly sized for me, it just seems too damn big... Any taller riders with any thoughts on other screens or bracket solutions ? I saw a cool looking smoked puig mid-size screen but am not finding it in the US...what do people think on wasp vs. madstadt?

Thanks in advance--Russell
I'm 6' and the stock screen in either factory position felt like someone was playing paradiddles on my head with a pair of framing hammers. It was literally teeth-rattling.

Ended up with a CalSci shorty leaned back a little with the Madstad bracket. Problem solved - it wouldn't help you with reducing wind blast though - there's plenty of that with my configuration - but it's smooth air now.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:00 AM   #15411
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thought I would share this projector I am working on. Got an otterbox 3500 case from amazon for $26 and made a bracket for it. The nylon strap is just for the pictures. I am going to use a nylon strap that has a clamp or D-ring on the end of it. It clears the rear tire by about 2/3 of an inch. The case is nice. It is waterproof and comes with a thin layer of foam lining on the inside.


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Just as a suggestion. Otter box does make a product with an opening end lid.
It's not the same volume as what you have there, but access would be easier
and would also give a little room cushion. Could bolt to your bracket so
strap flopping would be a non issue as well.






Yes they make it in black. For well known reasons I went with yellow.
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:51 AM   #15412
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I'm 6'3" and am getting buffeted beyond recognition by both the stock screen and then by a 26" parabellum that I shelled out good money for (ouch!). I'm still trying to find a solution before I scrap the screen entirely, but it'd nice to have something to keep the arctic breeze at bay. I am considering getting a bracket (wasp, madstadt) to see if I can make either work better. Even though the parabellum is correctly sized for me, it just seems too damn big... Any taller riders with any thoughts on other screens or bracket solutions ? I saw a cool looking smoked puig mid-size screen but am not finding it in the US...what do people think on wasp vs. madstadt?

Thanks in advance--Russell
I'm 6'5" and I run a cal-sci x-large on a touratech adjustable bracket with the screen all of the way up and back, and the accessory wind deflectors and it works great. No buffeting at all at any speed. Now it is of course a barn door but the touratech bracket is pretty solid and it really doesn't shake much at all. I also have a madstad bracket but I can't say I'm a fan. It was impossible to get it to stay in place with the giant screen and it also holds the screen out from the bike considerably more than the touratech. This is my config.

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Old 01-13-2013, 02:04 PM   #15413
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I'm 6'3" and am getting buffeted beyond recognition by both the stock screen and then by a 26" parabellum that I shelled out good money for (ouch!). I'm still trying to find a solution before I scrap the screen entirely, but it'd nice to have something to keep the arctic breeze at bay. I am considering getting a bracket (wasp, madstadt) to see if I can make either work better. Even though the parabellum is correctly sized for me, it just seems too damn big... Any taller riders with any thoughts on other screens or bracket solutions ? I saw a cool looking smoked puig mid-size screen but am not finding it in the US...what do people think on wasp vs. madstadt?

Thanks in advance--Russell
Nobody has mentioned an MRA screen yet. Matched with a Waspworks adjuster the possibilities are endless. The flip on the MRA disrupts the blast and flips most of it over your head.

The adjuster allows the screen to be lowered for off road or hot weather.

I am nothing like your height (5' 10") but I also have a long torso, that of a man of about 6' - 6' 2".

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Old 01-13-2013, 02:12 PM   #15414
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You are to brackets what Jaumev is to stickers.
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Old 01-13-2013, 04:15 PM   #15415
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I think its time to get an adjustment bracket for the windshield. I hate the stock setup.

Anyone have a used one of any make? Where is the Waspworks one listed, I don't see it on their site?
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Old 01-13-2013, 04:34 PM   #15416
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I think its time to get an adjustment bracket for the windshield. I hate the stock setup.

Anyone have a used one of any make? Where is the Waspworks one listed, I don't see it on their site?
Last I heard, Wasp wasn't making his brackets anymore. Madstadt makes one, though.
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Old 01-13-2013, 05:10 PM   #15417
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I've got Tobinators on mine. They make it very easy to adjust the windshield even while riding.



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Old 01-13-2013, 06:13 PM   #15418
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my passenger disiked the strom. She loves the tenere. She says she has more room and it is easier to get on and off. Ymmv.
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:56 AM   #15419
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But can it REALLY replace a Multi 1200

I've got my eye on this beauty.



I love the looks of this machine but then I like the fuglystrada. All of my riding is tarmac with the Fugly. 90% two up. I am worried after studying forums etc that this may be underpowered for long distance two up riding. I know I (we) need a test ride to work this out and I know it isnt going to be like the Multi. However in some circumstances the Multi is too quick as my better half gets caught out when I'm overtaking as she cant see past my helmet.


Any two up riders gone from the Multi to the Ten and have opinions on the power?

Oh..and will I look a complete knob riding a Worldcrosser on the road??

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Old 01-14-2013, 10:12 AM   #15420
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I think you need a test ride. That is what convinced me to trade in the FJR on the XT. About half of the riding on the XT is two up. The XT does not have the power the FJR has but it has more than enough for us.
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