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post #1 of 21 Old 06-16-2015, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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I've ordered the seat cowl, wheel stickers, heel guard, tank pad and side tank pad . Wish they would release that carbon screen and mudguard.
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I've ordered the seat cowl, wheel stickers, heel guard, tank pad and side tank pad . Wish they would release that carbon screen and mudguard.
Wow, I hope we see all those over here in the states too. I wouldn't mind seeing some luggage options too.
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ordered seat cowl, tank pad and clear tank sides waiting game now really want a yoshimura tail tidy /fender eliminator
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Pics of screen and tank pad that I fitted today. Not ridden it yet so cannot comment on screen efficiency.

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Screen looks good dekker. How easy 2 fit. I see u have sat nav mount. Did u wire it 2 ignition?
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You have the fast one as well (Blue) I've got the tank pad already, maybe get the screen it wind becomes a problem!!
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Screen looks good dekker. How easy 2 fit. I see u have sat nav mount. Did u wire it 2 ignition?
The screen is not that straight forward to fit but "how easy ?" depends on your ability level.
You have to remove the headlight separate the black and blue cowling and drill two holes in the black bit that is next to the headlight. The position for the holes is marked on the underside 9.6mm dia if I remember right. The plastic is thin and difficult to hold I used a small 5mm drill then opened it out with a Dremel, the hole dia is marked so it's quite easy to do.
I enjoyed a pleasant couple of hours in the sunshine solving the mystery of how to remove the cowling and where the various washers and screws went.
I have a Garmin Zumo sat-nav it is wired direct to the battery. I have split the power cable with a Phono plug near the headstock so that the cradle can be removed completely when not in use.
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You have the fast one as well (Blue) I've got the tank pad already, maybe get the screen it wind becomes a problem!!
I'm not letting that slide. Everyone knows B/R is the fastest
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Update on the Suzuki screen. Did 170 miles yesterday can't say if it made much of a difference to protection maybe a little ?
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Update on the Suzuki screen. Did 170 miles yesterday can't say if it made much of a difference to protection maybe a little ?
I thought so. I think the Ermax windshield would be more efficient but don't look nearly as nice as yours. I think I'll wait with what Puig comes out.

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