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Does anyone know where I can purchase an OEM WINDSHIELD for a 07 919? Thanx

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I wanted to get an oem shield and black out the inside. I think that looks trick.

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I wanted to get an oem shield and black out the inside. I think that looks trick.
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Exact Replica of the OEM screen (which is discontinued) but done in Carbon Fiber!


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ripper, I'd like to see that in real one of these days. we don't live to far apart. Have to run into you sometime. how much wind does it block?

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ripper, I'd like to see that in real one of these days. we don't live to far apart. Have to run into you sometime. how much wind does it block?
Yea, Look me up some time, always looking for someone to ride with. I live in Harlen for a couple years before we moved back in town. On Antwerp by Maple st. The guy that lives in the house now runs a butcher shop out of the Garage???

I don't run one since I donated mine to this site for a raffle sometime ago. Now I can't keep them in stock so my replacement is pretty low on the list. At the rate the Brake Line holders are going I wont get one of those either!

Shoot me a PM with your number and when I get the bike put back together I'll look you up.

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I have one of Rippers and it is great. you can't go wrong.

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Does anyone know where I can purchase an OEM WINDSHIELD for a 07 919? Thanx
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post #11 of 46 Old 04-22-2009, 09:29 PM
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There's supposed to be some guy in Holland who has the last of them. He gets about $250.00 a pop for'em. Do a search on here to find the guys website or just get one of the bitchin' ones that Ripper's got for sale.

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There's supposed to be some guy in Holland who has the last of them. He gets about $250.00 a pop for'em. Do a search on here to find the guys website or just get one of the bitchin' ones that Ripper's got for sale.
i just ordered mine from honda last week. $83.56... I'm pretty sure it's oem... if not

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i just ordered mine from honda last week. $83.56... I'm pretty sure it's oem... if not
I hope you actually get one, but it's a long shot. It's more likely that your dealer will be notified by Honda that the wind screen is no longer availible. All that is left is whats in the pipeline, and thats drying up fast. Best of luck.

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I don't suppose anyone has just the mounting brackets for sale. I bought a used buell windscreen a couple of years ago, but I don't have the brackets to
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I thought I heard Honda was going to start offering the screens again.

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I thought I heard Honda was going to start offering the screens again.
I heard the same thing, but not sure of how reliable the source was. I believe it wouldn't be in their best financial interest (or mine for that matter) to make an aftermarket part for a discontinued bike. Not even the European models run that style of light/ gauge cluster any more.

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Try davidsilverspares.co.uk that's where I got mine. I posted some info on Feb 9th, 2009. Total cost was US$127.00 deliver to my doorstep.

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I thought I heard Honda was going to start offering the screens again.
+1 on that, they are suppost to become available @ the end of april according to leon at waynesville cycle (the greatest oem parts place ever)

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Well, I hope that they do offer them again. If I don't start getting some action from the manufacturer of my screens I'm going to jump ship to another. I like dealing with this guy, but the lack of production is making ME look bad.

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I just came across this thread after trying to order the OEM windscreen.

Here's my story - I found it listed on-line through Babbit's, but they just sent me an message that it was out of stock or discontinued. Not being sure whether it was just them or Honda I called Honda customer service. Honda assured me it was available.

So I called a local dealer who said they could get it by the end of the week. Happily I ordered it. About 15 minutes later they called back to inform me it was backordered.

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I just came across this thread after trying to order the OEM windscreen.

Here's my story - I found it listed on-line through Babbit's, but they just sent me an message that it was out of stock or discontinued. Not being sure whether it was just them or Honda I called Honda customer service. Honda assured me it was available.

So I called a local dealer who said they could get it by the end of the week. Happily I ordered it. About 15 minutes later they called back to inform me it was backordered.
typical scenario you just described.

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I was supposed to get one as part of the deal when I purchased my '07 new, but as of next Saturday it will be 1 year it has been on backorder. I called my dealer last Friday, and told them I thought a year was being plenty patient on my part, and that I would find someone else to do business with from here on out if it wasn't resolved pronto. The service manager took my number and said he would check into it, and called back the next day to say that he was willing to offer me store credit for the value of the windscreen, since it was apparently no longer available. I'm considering getting a really nice toolkit with it, since my '07s toolkit consisted of 1 allen wrench and that worthless "helmet security device" (piece of wire.)

Does anyone have a suggestion as to a toolkit that would best apply to the 9er? I've heard that the spark plug socket is somewhat unique, and a must have for one of the inner plugs. Any input would be appreciated.

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FWIW: OEM 919 tool kit when Honda was generous.


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Does anyone know where I can purchase an OEM WINDSHIELD for a 07 919?
Utopia.






Or, you could by a-better-than-OEM one from Ripper. Great screen!

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FWIW: OEM 919 tool kit when Honda was generous.

I have one of those too. You wouldn't believe how many times it has worked when my personal tools wouldn't! That crazy spark plug wrench works perfectly. You'd think they designed the tools for the bike or something.

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posted on another thread so dont shoot me...looking for the biggest windshield that is made..i want to look through the shield...for those once in a while 600 mile trips

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posted on another thread so dont shoot me...looking for the biggest windshield that is made..i want to look through the shield...for those once in a while 600 mile trips
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posted on another thread so dont shoot me...looking for the biggest windshield that is made..i want to look through the shield...for those once in a while 600 mile trips
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I just won a OEM shield from E-bay last night. It came as a package with some other pieces. Here is the thing...........I don't want the shield. It will be for sale with the mounting brackets as soon as I get it. Let the bidding begin.

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FWIW: OEM 919 tool kit when Honda was generous.

That's like mine.

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I just bought the OEM Spark plug wrench and the Pin Spanner for adjusting the rear shock. I almost pulled my hair out getting number 3 out with my tools.

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My Canadian model 06 came with all that.
Maybe that's why it cost $2000 more than in the US.

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Thanks for the pic of the toolkit, Mike. The spark plug wrench does look unique (as well as very cheaply made, as most OEM toolkits are.) Would a short plug socket w/ a wobble extension work for this, or do you pretty much have to have that one? I would prefer to extort a little better quality kit from my dealer, but the spark plug socket could be the deal breaker.

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posted on another thread so dont shoot me...looking for the biggest windshield that is made..i want to look through the shield...for those once in a while 600 mile trips
Certainly not the biggest "windshield ever made" but it does offer pretty good coverage, and it works for me!
https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...196#post223196

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Certainly not the biggest "windshield ever made" but it does offer pretty good coverage, and it works for me!
https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...196#post223196
i like the looks ...seems like plenty of highway speed protection...and buffet noise around the head or quiet

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First they said my shield would be in at the end of april... then it was may 3... now its next week this happen to everyone that tried to order from Honda??? How much are the carbon fiber ones goin for? WHERE IS MY S%*T?!

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ordered national cycle plexistar 2..dam big shield ..easy on an off .....should enjoy weekend long power rides....hope im looking through the sucker thats what i like

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Try ordering a tool kit for an earlier model year. My 07 came with the same shite and I could hardly believe it.
Apparently Honda wants you to have the dealer do most of the maintenance.

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Try ordering a tool kit for an earlier model year. My 07 came with the same ###te and I could hardly believe it.
Apparently Honda wants you to have the dealer do most of the maintenance.
I'm planning on ordering the sparkplug socket because according to the folks on this board, nothing else will work, but I can't see paying for a bunch of extremely cheaply made junk, when I already have full sets of Craftsmen tools in both metric & standard. I really debated over getting the socket, I just counted and I have 9 different spark plug sockes of different sizes, lengths, with and without swivels, etc. I do know from experience, however, that nothing beats the exact right tool for a given job. I will probably put together a set of metric craftsman tools and a pouch to carry on the bike if I take any long trips.

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