Show your Windshield...

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by khaitronic, May 23, 2012.

  1. markk53

    markk53 jack of all trades...

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    Used a National Cycle Deflector Shield on my KLX. Trimmed the little opening area to conform to the number plate nacelle.

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    double quick release, one on the shield allows quick easy removal for cleaning. The one on the crossbar allows removal of the shield and brackets.

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    About $90 and also fits up to mounts on my road bike too.
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  2. smoothride

    smoothride Been here awhile

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  3. jckid

    jckid Been here awhile

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    This is a Laminar Lip for a BMW Fundero on my WR. It only helps to redirect the air a bit and minimizes the wind blast to my chest. I'm short though, so it might not do much for a taller rider.
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    Here's the same Laminar Lip when it was on my SM610. It dramatically reduced the wind blast to my chest and shoulders. Also in the pic is a Touratech BMW X-Country windshield adapted to fit on my KLX351.
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  4. khaitronic

    khaitronic DL1000

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    Finally done mine... with buell like headlamp...

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    Now looking for a proper Front fender... :evil
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  5. Yooper_Bob

    Yooper_Bob Long timer

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    Here's the Hyde Racing windscreen on my '07 640 Adventure....

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    The bike originally had a Laminar Lip on it, but it wasn't quite large enough to do the job. The Hyde Racing windscreen is perfect!
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