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  1. I picked up this windscreen from another forum member without realizing it was shaped more for the 15-17 bikes. It will definitely install on a 18/19, but I don't think it looks as good. I got it it in nearly new condition, with hardware and in the Yamaha box. It was installed on my bike for a single ride, and will ship in the same condition. I'll start off at the same price I paid for it, $95 shipped to you from Massachusetts. Pictures on my 2018 for reference:
  2. 16" Madstad Windscreen minor surface scratching from trunk for $175.00 shipped Yamaha Saddle bags with mounts like new for $350.00 shipped Located in Morgantown, WV.
  3. 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)?
  4. I am trying to find a windscreen that does not destroy the looks of my fz07 keeping it cool looking while giving me decent wind protection on the 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)?
  5. I bought this windscreen that looks like the Puig Touring model. But it is 2cm or so shorter than Puig which is good - it's a perfect height. http://www.ebay.com/itm/361844757989 For $26.99 shipped, this was a great deal. It shipped from within the US - I had it in my hands in four days after placing the order. It came without instructions but the Puig instructions are online (see Revzilla) and they suffice. The only downside? The four Yamaha stock bolts above the headlight are a hair too short to mount this. I had to go to Lowe's and pick up (4) 6mm-1.0 x 25mm button head stainless allen drive socket cap screws that cost me $2.14. A worthwhile inconvenience!
  6. I recently installed a Puig Naked New Generation Touring windscreen and would like to share my first impressions of this product. For reference I am 5'9" tall and my FZ is completely stock. What I noticed most was that the wind blast seems to strike a very specific area--right at my shoulders. I tested this by focusing on wind noise and buffeting: in the normal upright riding position, wind noise and buffeting seemed to be about the same as stock from the neck up, with reduced buffeting in the torso area. However, if I crouched forward just a bit, the helmet wind noise increased dramatically and helmet buffeting also got a bit worse. It looks like this windscreen will work well in the upright or the fully tucked position, but anything in between might be a bit of a rough ride.
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