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  1. I am trying to find a windscreen that does not destroy the looks of fz07 keeping it cool looking while giving me decent wind protection on highway. The three candidates I am trying to decide on are: Givi - https://goo.gl/c1WBPD MRA Double Bubble - https://goo.gl/gDcunL National Cycle VStream Sport - https://goo.gl/BmxhSz dart manta - https://www.dartflyscreens.com/products/yamaha-fz07-mt07-flyscreen?variant=5012075970587 I am 5'11" (179cm). What is your experience with these (or other brands you would recommend)?
  2. I figured some of you would get a kick out of this and/or might want to see how it looks. I was cleaning my phone out and found this video. Back in the day I bought some China-select lights for $40 off Amazon. I bought them with the idea of giving me more visibility when commuting in a downpour in the late evening/night and even during the day. They were plenty bright and easy to use/install (hardest part was figuring out where to put them) and they didn't seem to falter in the rain at all. However, their downfall was that the lights would put too much parasitic drain on my battery. They were wired directly to it. Not only did I find that my bike would have trouble starting, but it would also die from low voltage while idling at lights. This happened EVEN if the lights hadn't been turned on for a week, so I removed them. If I bought something of better quality, I wonder if I would still have that problem? I kind of like the look, although even on the dimmest setting with plain white-ish blue lights, I still kinda feel like a d-bag on the road lol
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