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It measures roughly 12" x 12" at extremities. Can't test it we are in lock-down for another 3 weeks or more yet. Pics later.
 

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Awesome Dek! I like it. Can you also post a couple of pics from a distance please? How does the blue match up?
So it appears to be pretty small, correct? How is the wind protection?
Further pics.
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Thanks Dek, I really like it, think the matching paint looks great. Like the bike came that way, not an add-on. Looking forward to receiving mine! I'll post some pics too, as I went with the 2-tone red/black paint
 

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Batter in person than on site. 100% happy!!!
Looks good on the Gray.
The thing I like about this screen is the simple but effective way it is mounted.
 

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I was wondering about the mounting system... did it require removing any parts? Or just uses existing screw holes - easy bolt on?
 

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Super easy. Remove 2 screw that are there on current cover, lower snaps out.
Put a retainer(for 3rd screw) on lower, attach new Ermax cover with 3 supplied screws.
Then attach screen with supplied 3 screws & gromets.
Shoulda saved instructions to take pic of. They have instructions on their site though. Was a 10min max job.
 

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Mine just arrived, will install it today and post pics

It did come with a little booklet instructions - in French! And an official Ermax pen
 

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Mine came with two sterile face masks. That is true, not a joke.
 

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French face masks! That's funny - wanna trade for the pen?

So I got it installed, 10 minutes, can't believe what an easy mount system compared to other screens I've bought which require dismantling the entire gauge/headlight housing, one with a big ugly bracket.

I think it looks good, will have to get used to it. The color match is perfect, looks OEM, After I took these pics, I removed the 2 spacers so it lays back a little more, looks like they even provided 2 extra shorter screws in case the spacers weren't used.

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French face masks! That's funny - wanna trade for the pen?

So I got it installed, 10 minutes, can't believe what an easy mount system compared to other screens I've bought which require dismantling the entire gauge/headlight housing, one with a big ugly bracket.

I think it looks good, will have to get used to it. The color match is perfect, looks OEM, After I took these pics, I removed the 2 spacers so it lays back a little more, looks like they even provided 2 extra shorter screws in case the spacers weren't used.

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Looks great! Wish I had some color on my Z now.

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Thanks guys, I don't recall seeing many bikes with painted/matching sport screens, I think Ermax came up with a great idea here. (my Arrow muffler is black cf, took the pics in the sunlight, looks grey)

Did you guys install using the spacers? I think it looks better without, follows the lines of the bike better without (pics are with)
 
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