|12-22-2010, 02:52 PM||#1|
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: Montebello, CA
NEW KLR 650 2008-up adjustable windshield! Sport & touring styles available
We've just released a new "Adjustable" windshield for the KLR 650 2008-UP. Staring at $210.00
Finally a no gimmick rock solid adjustable KLR shield and bracket. All sizes feature a four position adjustable swing arm that mounts directly to the fairing. No holes to drill or rickety brackets to mess with for a stable shield that performs just as well as it looks. Our knurled aluminum clamping knobs make adjustment a breeze with no tools required. Whether youre seeking more, less or maximum air protection this is the one shield that does it all.
Two different designs to choose from for a shield thats just right for you. First is our touring shield thats designed for highway speeds. Its ideal for touring and daily commutes with two different sizes to choose from. Our sport deflector was designed to match the fairing contour for excellent aesthetics which also provides adequate torso coverage. The sport shield is ideal for stand up riders or when a little extra air is a welcome relief for hot or humid riding conditions.
Our aluminum support bracket provides the most stable base possible. This mounting system also provides additional strength to the shield & fairing. The result is less vibration and more stability for unequaled performance.
Manufactured from .150 aircraft grade acrylic and available in clear, green, light & dark gray tints.
Suggested Sizing is for most average body builds on stock seats. Riders caught in between sizes need to determine torso, posture, and neck considerations for best results. It is always better to be on the next shorter size if ordering dark gray as you must be able to clearly see over the shield.
The sport deflector measures 20 tall & 13 wide at the top for all riders.
The touring edition measures 18 wide with two different height options
23 tall for most riders from 56 to 60
24 tall for most riders 61 to 65
Go to our store for more info
ceebaileys screwed with this post 12-22-2010 at 03:51 PM
|02-02-2011, 02:59 AM||#2|
Joined: Apr 2010
Hi there, I'm interested in the sport touring windscreen...How does it fare with a rider of about 6'3"? The standard one is pathetic...
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