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Givi FZ 07 screen review

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I had posted this in another place but here it is combined for reviews...
(I'm 5'09" for reference) First off, the screen does look good on the bike, very well integrated into the shape of the bikes front end. I did a variety of speeds with cross,head winds and found it quite beneficial. The wind is directed to my upper chest and the extended side areas flow the wind just around my hips. It is no touring screen at 70mph but it will make a 2-3 hr slab ride more bearable. At backroad speeds it is very comfortable and does not produce any bad turbulence at either high or low speeds.
I stood up a few times at different speeds and descended into the screens "zone" finding no difference in noise generated around my helmet which is a big plus. Givi got it right imho. Good looks and functional design.
 
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Riverfox
Good choice, I really like mine too!!

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garlic
I like mine as well but I think the benefit is minimal. It looks way better than it appears in pictures.

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garlic
2 inches longer would be perfect.
 
Still talking about the wind screen right?
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cassecou
2 inches longer would be perfect.  
Still talking about the wind screen right?
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