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Old 02-08-2008, 08:32 PM   #76
Stromdog
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Location: St. Pete, FL
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Originally Posted by greer
Hi Neville,

I believe that's the one Doug suggested, so that's two votes already. I was just trying to keep cost down since I still need a tank, risers, a rack, luggage rails....you know how it goes.

Sarah
Sarah, I bought my DR from a guy that put a Cee Bailey screen on. The Cee Bailey has been reported to be kind of floppy at highway speeds, but the PO did a simple brace set up that works really well. Cheap too. Rock solid and keeps the wind off my torso, upper arms and shoulders and keeps my head in clean air. No buffeting. I really like this set up (I also have a DL 1000 V Strom), so I know what works for turbulance/wind protection, etc. Just check out some of the posts for V Stroms.

Here's a few pics. I also put a strip of clear, door edge protector along the top edge of the shield (like I did on my old 200+ mph Busa-old sport biker trick), and that makes it about perfect, for me. I run a Corbin seat, Pro Taper bars and am 5' 10" tall, w/ 29" inseam.








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