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Zero Gravity Racing Nylon Fasteners Speed up windscreen installation and replace difficult rivets Kit includes Phillips screws and self-locking nuts Available in white or black Packs
Hotbodies Racing
Well Nuts
$15.95 - $16.95
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Hotbodies Racing Well Nuts These unique fasteners are inserted into the windscreen or fairing and expand when tightened Black rubber with brass threaded insert fit 3/8" hole Stainless steel 5mm x 20m

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John (Helena, MT)

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Perfect!

This shield works great on my Honda Blackbird. I'm 6'3", and I've ridden at speeds few bikes can do. I've also ridden at highway speeds in some serious crosswinds, and the bike wasn't upset. While it doesn't provide total coverage, it does knock down the wind pressure substantially without any buffeting. If you need more protection, get a touring bike. It's a little flimsier than the stock screen, but fit and finish are excellent.

Corki (Madera, CA)

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Recommend

Honda NC700X

Awesome wind dispersion over stock. Easy to install and solid construction. Highly recommend for the Honda NC700X motorcycle.

VonB (Phila, PA)

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Recommend

Gvi WindSceen

When I got my 2009 Versys I noticed a lot of wind buffering. After I installed the Givi problem solved. Installation is pretty straight forward. I'm 5"8 and I have it on the top Mounting bracket hole on the Versys.

Don (Nashua, NH)

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Great Value

I installed the touring shield, which is 4'' taller than stock, on my V Strom 650. The shield, along with a Madstad adjustable windshield bracket, is a big improvement over the stock set up. I went with this shield because it wasn't too big to see over it, and because it was about half the price of the competition. Most of the buffeting is gone, just a little at highway speeds, but quiet on the backroads. It's a keeper!

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