F750GS Screen replacement

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Kim F, Jul 28, 2020.

  1. Kim F

    Kim F Been here awhile

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    Sorry if this has been done to death - What do folks recommend? Even the local BMW dealer doesn't recommend the BMW option.
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  2. Jobs

    Jobs n00b

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    I have the Givi Airflow....I commute on mine and do about 80 miles a day. 40 of those are Motorway miles.

    Nice large screen and adjustable and good at reducing turbulence.

    I use to have an MRA screen but just seemed to send the wind right up at my helmet and create more turbulence.... I am 5'10"...

    How do you use your bike???
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  3. Kim F

    Kim F Been here awhile

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    Not for commuting, rides in the country at highway speeds mostly
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    Jobs n00b

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    Get something that you are happy with looks wise as anything will be better than the standard screen.....
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  5. slawthecyclist

    slawthecyclist Adventurer

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    at 5'8" i am now happy with the bmw touring screen in the elevated position with the adjustable bracket, screen part number 46 63 8 394 441, but at £260.00p it's cost is crazy, (this is fitted to a 850gsa, but i think the same result for your 750) i got mine for £45 on ebay,
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  6. SoundGuy67

    SoundGuy67 Adventurer

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    I recommend MadStad screens all the way. Super smooth air at highway speeds and adjustable. Here's mine from the front. https://madstad.com

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  7. Kim F

    Kim F Been here awhile

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    I went with the Givi Airflow. Still fine tuning what height to have it at but very happy so far A$330
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  8. SnoDrtRider

    SnoDrtRider I've been lost here before...

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  9. Wrastler

    Wrastler Adventurer

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    I also have the Madstad, 16", mostly do back country roads, not a fan of the highway. Madstad isn't known for the best looking windscreens, but this one looks great on the bike , IMO. The side winglets look good too and are functional. I can raise it 2" and it's adjustable forward and back too.

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  10. bikeymikey70

    bikeymikey70 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Madstad screen, it’s great, adjustable for height and rake IMG_8579.jpg
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  11. dasbus

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    I'll second the Madstad. The adjustability and choice windscreen sizes makes it pretty easy to find your sweet spot. IMG_20190703_151943387_HDR.jpg
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  12. PSYOP SGM

    PSYOP SGM Adventurer

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    I picked up the non adjustable Puig touring windscreen. So far it gets an "it's ok" rating. Keeps most wind off the chest, noise in the helmet is reduced but I picked up some top of the helmet buffeting. I may look at the Puig clamp on extension at some point in the future.
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