KTM 990 950 Adventure carbon windscreen windshield

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by rade, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Chop Chop

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  2. thektmer

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  3. Labar

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    Hi,

    I bought one piece from Rade and just want to post a positive feedback. The shield works fine (slightly reducing the buffeting, more air directly to helmet), gives more space in the cockpit but most of all looks gooood :wink:

    Thanks, man!

    Few pictures, just for idea how it looks in the "real world" :-)

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  4. NitroAcres

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    So I send Rade a request for a windscreen, figure it will be about a month or so, well I didn't hear a word from him..nada..ok, busy guy...
    10 days from the send date, MailMan rolls up the drive with a funny looking box.. "Hey got something here from "CheckOzzLeeVakia"..
    NO WAY....10DAYS..:D
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    Quality was really good, something you can't really tell in any of the pics, (looks like a shadow) is at the top inside, it is tapered thicker to add strength, I would think to avoid any deflection...Design Intent at it's best.

    Took it out today, 40-45 nice, 55-70 Hell Yeah, 80-85-90 rock solid..no screen flutter..wind protection is what I expected..Great.
    Thanks Rade...Above Average.
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  5. Brokein2

    Brokein2 Been here awhile

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    I agree with all the posts above me (as a matter of fact a few of these inmates have asked me how I liked mine). Very well made and gives me the room I wanted for my oversize GPS/computer setup.

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    Thanks Rade for a great product.
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  6. MAXVERT

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    I got mine also.
    Very nice workmanship, superlite, but when bolted in place it's
    feels like it will take a hit.
    Because of the design, there is a 25mm. gap between the front of the
    dash and the windscreen, so some light from the head light can be
    seen.
    I might build a plastic dash extension to fill the gap,
    but I just got a new 500xcw and I think some black duct tape will
    work, :lol3

    What's next, I'd vote for a lite strong shid plate.

    Max
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  7. NitroAcres

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    Rolled out for a nice ride about 275mi good mix of twisties & dirt up in the Tellico Plains / Cherohala Skyway area, windscreen is Freekn Awesome...again, Thanks Rade.:rofl
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  8. rade

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  9. jon6.0

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  10. Chewy750

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  11. jon6.0

    jon6.0 Been here awhile

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    Payment sent. I can't wait to get it! It's going to look sweet on my white Baja.



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  12. jameslawson

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  14. Dukerider

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  15. nikl79

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    I have just had mine installed :rofl, It looks great and feels nice to ride with.
    Turbulence feels less than with the original windscreen.


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  16. rade

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    it has extra space for navigation...

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  17. DutchVDub

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    Those are sweet looking. Any chance you could do an orange weave?
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  18. rade

    rade Been here awhile

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    I have tried...
    - I had to order it from Canada = expencive like hell
    - weave looks awsome, but after you use reisin it gets a bit darker so in the end it is "bricke orange"

    So if you accept the price 139EUR and "bricke orange", I can do one for you :-)
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  19. DutchVDub

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    Is there a way to tent the resin? I don't know a lot about the CF process so I am just asking out of curiosity sake. You've got a sweet looking product and I'll be looking to snag one once I get some other things sorted out on the bike first.
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  20. Paul_M

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    fitted the screen!

    picture here
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