Did anyone find a contact and prices for K.Win plastics?
can u all bolt the dashboard properly using this windscreen from faddybike? coz mine just wont fit properly
You bet! Hopefully it will make it a little easier for others though I'm sure I've left off a few.Thanks for compiling a list. I've been holding out for Zero Gravity, myself, but I'm keeping my eye open in the event they keep dragging. I need to cut out some highway wind some kinda bad without having to tuck for miles and miles and miles.
+I've got the Honda OEM KPPP touring screen from Tyga shown in your last link, and it was delivered so quickly from Thailand, after I ordered it mid-November last year, that I was amazed, expecting it to drown in the upcoming seasonal crush of universal shipments.Desert Dweller said:... Anyhow, just wanted to get the links I had in one place...
i too like this b/c if i ever go touring, it can be put on quickly.Honda OEM touring screen:
Tyga Performance - Screen, Touring, Dark Tint, OEM Honda, 2011 CBR125/150/250R - Screens.... I also like this one because it's so easy to install or uninstall
+I've got the Honda OEM KPPP touring screen from Tyga shown in your last link, and it was delivered so quickly from Thailand, after I ordered it mid-November last year, that I was amazed, expecting it to drown in the upcoming seasonal crush of universal shipments.
It's the perfect height for a comfortable tuck for my 5'9+" frame (33" inseam) in inclement weather or for hyper-miling (76.2 mpg last week, with saddlebags and tailbag), and adequately redirects the wind when I'm upright, without buffeting.
The shipped total of $122 was well worth the wallet cost for my needs.
I've been happy with my stock windscreen. I wear earplugs, so wind noise is a non-issue. But last week I purchased a new helmet, and the ergonomic relation between the stock windscreen, the new helmet, and my height, sends every bit of dust and grit right up into my eyes, even with the visor completely closed. Can't return helmet. The new helmet does not have this issue with my other motorcycles because of differences in the windscreens/fairings, and my other two older helmets did not send grit up into my eyes on the CBR250. I want to get the air flow up and over the level of my chin, where I believe the wind blast is entering my new helmet. So, all of you who have tried aftermarket windscreens, I have a question. I've seen various screens which extend further, but 2" of increased length does not correspond to 2" in incresed height, due to the steep angle of the screen. I am 5" 10" tall. So I think I am not as interested in increased length, per se, but more a wind screen that has a slightly more vertical angle. Is there a screen out there which increses the height a bit and also directs the air blast more upward, without introducing increased buffeting? Thanks.
I don't think you can really blame the ZG screen for the burning issue. Every windscreen has that warning in the disclaimer. It's all about the angle and how sunny it is. For what it's worth, I've left my bike out in the sun for 2 weeks+ (it's extremely sunny in the summer here in Texas) and there's not a single blemish on the dash. If you were really that worried about burning a hole in the cluster, buy a 2$ towel at any flavor of store and just throw that on top of the screen when you're done riding.I would like to stick with clear, and I read a post by someone who owned a Zero Gravity double bubble in clear who said the sun shining through it one time burned a hole clean through his instrument cluster. Between that and the recent report of a Zero Gravity screen snapping clean in two with just mild cleaning pressure, now I'm shying away from ZG. Guess this isn't going to be easy!
Is your DB in clear, or dark tint, or what? The guy who had that happen said it would "likely" only be a possible issue with the clear, not smoke. But yeah, it would have to be a total fluke alignment of all the planets sort of thing to happen.I don't think you can really blame the ZG screen for the burning issue. I'm extremely happy with my ZG DB, 85$ well spent and well worth the wait.