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post #1 of 10 Old 03-15-2011, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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919 windscreens (any other options out there)

There are lots of threads on this topic but i still can not seem to find what I am looking for. I know the M2 buell screen looks great on a 919 and I would buy one if I could find one at a resonable price, or even find one period.

I am looking for something stricktly for appearance, I could care less if it blocks wind. the smaller the better, I just want to cover the speedo/tach up.

Any ideas?

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post #2 of 10 Old 03-15-2011, 02:28 PM
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Yep.

I've a cardboard template in my shed that I was going to transfer into alloy and beat up a small cover. It has not happened yet ........

Basically for what you desire I'd start looking for a very cheap screen with a suitable headlight hole and suit it to suit your requirements then paint to suit.

Something like this cut down to just above the gauges could work.


HONDA HORNET 900 SMOKE MOTORCYCLE FLY SCREEN WINDSHIELD - eBay (item 200581010413 end time Mar-28-11 18:46:36 PDT)

like this maybe - see cutting line:
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i think this is in the 919 helpful topics section....

https://www.wristtwisters.com/f94/whe...eens-3494.html

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Has anyone installed one from FlyNCycle like this?

Any pictures of it on your bike
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i think this is in the 919 helpful topics section....

https://www.wristtwisters.com/f94/whe...eens-3494.html
more importantly is that the guy from Full Throttle, if so well done!

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Yep. You're the first one to comment on that (i don't think everyone else here gets his awesomeness)

Coolest. Game. Ever. Next to Sam n Max of course. I loved lucasarts games, played them all...except monkey island. monkeys creep me out. DIG was sweet too...off topic.

No flyNcycle screen for me but how much are they?

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Yes I loved all thos games, I was into monkey island, guybrush is the man.

They screens are 60 plus shipping, which seems very reasonable. From their website:

Light Smoked Universal Fly Screen

Great for Suzuki Bandits, Honda Hornets and Ducati Monsters.
Note: This windscreen mounts to the side mounting fasteners of the headlight, will only fit motorcycles that have a side mounted headlight.
Features:
  • Includes headlight bracket mounting kit
  • Classic design fits around any 7 to 8 " headlight
  • Protects gauges and wiring.
  • Comes with required mounting kit.
Dimensions:
  • Height from the top of headlight to top of screen 6.5"
  • Width at widest point in screen 12.5"
  • Headlight opening diameter 9"

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check out fabbri as well.

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Has anyone installed one from FlyNCycle like this?

Any pictures of it on your bike
Not on the Hornet, but I know of one on a Triumph Bonnie - looks good and he is very happy with it.

These are nice. And available in various colours. Plus the angles suit the shape of the tank.

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Search their site for 'nose screen' and there are plenty of options.


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Has anyone installed one from FlyNCycle like this?

Any pictures of it on your bike
Not on the Hornet, but I know of one on a Triumph Bonnie - looks good and he is very happy with it.

These are nice. And available in various colours. Plus the angles suit the shape of the tank.

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