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    2002 Honda Gold Wing 1800 ABS Windscreens/Windshields

    2002 Honda Gold Wing 1800 ABS
    Tire Size:
    Front: 130/70-18, Rear: 180/60-16
    Spark Plug:
    BKR6E-11
    Battery:
    YTX20L-BS
    Oil Filter:
    KN-204
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    Klock Werks Flare Windshields Wind-tunnel tested and proven performance Reduces annoying wind buffeting Adds stability to the front of the motorcycle by generating downforce at speed Made from .177"

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    James (Port Orchard, WA)

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    Puig Racing Windscreen

    The fit and finish of the windscreen looks great on my Tri-Colored 2013 Honda CBR 500R. I would recommended this product and this website to anyone with a motorcycle. The shipping was fast and easy from Motorcycle Superstore. I am definitely ordering from here again.

    Dale M (MOSES LAKE, WA)

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    Puig windscreen Honda NT700V

    500 characters is not enough to tell about the pain in installing this piece of plastic. All four holes were too small and only two lined up with the mounting points on the bike. Had to drill out two and relocate two. Horizontal alignment was OK. Vertical hole alignment was off by 1/2 inch.

    Antonio (Brandon, FL)

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    Looks good

    Low cost and a way to add a nice feature to my bike. I purchased them for my 2011 GSXR1000 and the lower screws were a tad short. Had to fight to get them to fit.

    Martin (Phoenix, AZ)

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    ZERO GRAVITY SPORT TOURING WINDSHIELD

    I bought the windshield for a 650R. I mostly ride the freeway and as 6'-2 the original had the wind blast layer hitting my chest. This shield moved the blast to the shoulders. I am planning to add a PUIG Multi-adjustable visor to the top of the windshield to get the major wind flow over the top of my helmet and the windshield shield appears to be strong enough to take the load.

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