Roy (Manchester )
Bought the tall shield for my Suzuki M1800R. Easy to install on my own. Quality of product is great. In practice it is pretty useless. Went from no screen to this thing and expected at least some of the promises they make to be true. If anything the wind is worse than before. The noise is no different. No point in having it at all. £300 wasted.
Jim Thorpe (New Richmond )
Works / looks GREAT. Installed on 2012 ZX14R.
Kevin (Council Bluffs )
Fits very nicely on the KLR650. Big difference over stock. I did have to mask off the top and spray the lower end to hide the back of the dash & wiring. I already knew that though. Not a problem.
Dana (Battle Ground )
Everything fits perfectly and it looks great on the bike. Keep in mind that it's made of acrylic instead of the stock polycarbonate screen so it's not as durable. But unless you tighten the bolts too much or intend to crash, that shouldn't be a problem.
Mark (McKinleyville )
I got this shield to replace the Cee Bailey's one I'd been using for the past 6yrs. It had been over $500, so I wasn't expecting the same caliber product for under a hundred bucks, but this one is just as good. I've been riding it for a while now, and it provides at least as good protection from the elements, and doesn't have any real buffeting issues. I hope they are still available when I need another one.
Dennis (El Centro )
First, be sure to order the mounting gaskets from the bike manufacturer (Kawasaki). This screen does not come with them and the old ones may be firmly stuck to the old screen. The windscreen could be another inch or two taller. While it is noticeably quieter than the factory screen I am now getting a large buildup of bugs on the top of my helmet where they had not accumulated before. Bug buildup on the screen itself seems the same.