Givi Touring Screen

Discussion in '6th Generation 2002-2013' started by gordyp, May 19, 2017.

  1. gordyp

    gordyp Member

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    Was doing some tidying up of the bike and decided to renew the screen. Was previously running the Honda touring screen, replaced with the Givi. It's a little higher and has a slight spoiler at the top, certainly reduces buffeting and makes for a much more relaxed commute! I think it looks pretty good too.

    Love this bike, she's been mine for three years and love it more all the time![​IMG]


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  2. projectalpha

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    Looks good. I was planning on getting that one. Is that the tallest screen sold to date?

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  3. Jeff_Barrett

    Jeff_Barrett Well-Known Member

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    I had the Givi Touring screen on my last 6th gen ... on my current one I went with the MRA Vario Touring screen and love it even more.
     
  4. gordyp

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    Wouldn't really want it taller, no need, this keeps you right out the wind apart from your head.

    It was a toss up between this and the Vario, only chose this as it was a bit cheaper.


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  5. Jeff_Barrett

    Jeff_Barrett Well-Known Member

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    Depends on how tall you are, and how you have your bike setup. ;)

    I'm 6'0" and have helibars ... I want the extended height on the screen when I'm at interstate speeds on windy days.
     
  6. gordyp

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    True Jeff, I'm a shorty at 5'10" and have kept the stock bars. Like you I like the extra protection, my commute is 25 miles at mainly motorway speeds. Albeit the first bit is lovely, a jaunt along the Gareloch with the odd nuclear submarine for company, then a scoot along the bottom of Loch Lomond. It's a nice start to the day!


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  7. Jeff_Barrett

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    That sounds wonderful ... my daily commute is about 60km in each direction ... though most of my miles are put on traveling.

    Living on the open prairies, we get a lot of wind, so the extra adjustable foil on the top of the windscreen is very useful to have. Last year I put on about 35,000 km's in travel. ;)
     
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