Massive windscreen





#1
I feel bad - this is my second 'I saw it but can't remember where' post in as many days... A couple days back on the web I saw a massive windscreen for the busa that fits literally over the top of the stock windscreen and that allegedly can be added/removed in ten minutes. It was very tall. Looked great for touring. Has anybody seen it? I went back through my history, a billion searches on google... no sign.
 
#9
Yep - that's it. That 'bonded' thing makes me nervous now I read it more carefully - like the strip couldn't be removed without ripping up the paintwork maybe. I wouldn't mind a taller windscreen for occasional touring, I guess it'll have to be Zero Gravity.
 
#10
I've been told by many a TL1K that on the TL's especially the DB leaves a line burnt into your guages!!
Anyone had problems like this?
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Try hammerit.net, they have them the cheapest.
 
#11
I wonder how secured that BONDED STRIP is gonna be at speed? And how that strip is gonna look when you don't have the overscreen on?
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? I have a zero gravity Sport touring screen thats good up to about 125mph. And I can change out screens in about 15 minutes, with nothing bonded to the front of my baby
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#12
I subscribe to one of the British mags and they did a write up on all of the Pyramid products a while back. They took it up to 130-135 mph. and commenyed that it cut through the wind like the space shuttle and made your busa look like one to. This thing was massive, not my style! Todd
 
#13
yeesh. I would go with the sport touring Zero Gravity instead of that rig. I use the ZG sport touring and I'm 6'4", and it works awesome and looks great. I've taken it up to 180+mph, and it works awesome

Mike
 

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