F800gs...Touring screens? you got one ? Lets us see um!

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by HighTechCoonass, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. wordnow

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    I'm about the same size as you and have the CalSci Large too. How much buffeting do you get with your helmet? I find that I get some at higher speeds that starts to get annoying after a while. Not sure if I can get rid of it entirely.
  2. Claudellvonhop

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    The AeroFlow is an awesome looking screen :tb
  3. Y E T I

    Y E T I Unpossible

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    :huh :scratch


    To each their own. It's just too big for me for the bike. Glad you enjoy it though! :D
  4. Claudellvonhop

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    Bear in mind my perspective is limited to stock windscreen (painfully inadaquate for me at speeds >50mph) and the CalSci large. I get some buffeting, but my true measure of comfort is little or no onset of neck fatigue and/or wind deafness/ringing after a full day in the saddle. Speaking of saddle, I do have a Rich's seat which is slightly lower than stock OEM which further reduces exposure.
  5. markymcd

    markymcd Been here awhile

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    It's called a car :)
  6. huckleberry

    huckleberry BACK ROAD BOMBER

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    so how does this thing work?/?? do you like it????
  7. Mr noname

    Mr noname Been here awhile

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    any help?
  8. Mr noname

    Mr noname Been here awhile

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    which is this screen?

    amazing!
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    Mr noname Been here awhile

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    The first one. I have this one, just in tinted.

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    Sorry about the pictures, I totally forgot. But now you've got one, that's my screen right there. Same as ChiTown's except mine's tinted. Works great. :thumb
  11. markymcd

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    I think that's the Wunderlich screen.
  12. Mr noname

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    i would like it in an f800gs and so that all the bike can be ssen.

    if you have time,post some pics.
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    think I've got it figured out... go to the following link and notice the exact same photo for the windshield category. then when you click it.... it shows the current version of the Touratech touring shield. My guess would be that it's a prototype version of the Touratech shield that they ended up changing in production.

    http://www.motorradzubehoer-hornig.de/en/025__BMW_F_650_GS_F_800_GS.html
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    huckleberry BACK ROAD BOMBER

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    the hornig site is all screwed up those shocks they say they have are for the 650 single wp (as far as i know) still doesn't make a shock for the 800 or the 658
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  18. Indy Unlimited

    Indy Unlimited Long timer

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    I have nothing but rave reviews for the Aeroflow large windscreen. I am 5'10" tall with a rally seat ( Yeah I can only touch down with one foot).

    First class design
    Performance is fantastic
    The instructions are very detailed. Fit was perfect during the install.
    The screen makes no noise and blows the wind over top of my head at 70 mph perfectly but still lets me look over the top of the screen down the road. I can see my front wheel when I stand up and ride technical rocks and jeep trails.

    Awesome development and engineering went into this product.

    I have nothing bad to say about it. Some may not like the looks but it looks as good as a big screen can.:clap
  19. wordnow

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    Do you have the "tall" or "extra tall" version. I just got my "tall" yesterday and have started the install. I'll give a review too as soon as I get on the road with it.
  20. Indy Unlimited

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    I got the tall (18" screen) if you are 6' or taller get the extra tall.