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post #1 of 82 Old 11-14-2006, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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Where to buy 919 windscreens???

Hey all-been searching the web looking for a place to buy a windscreen for my 04' 919.I've seen alot of pics on here of the 919 with screens on them.I like the Givi or Puig screens but have been unable to find a dealer.I found plenty of sites that sell them but the 919 is not listed .Any help would be appreciated.Thanks!!!

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Type Givi windscreen, fairing, etc. into a search engine. There are numerous websites that sell all the Givi equipment. The Puig stuff...good luck. I have found few websites that even list 919, much less sell it.

As for the Honda windscreen, go to your local dealer. That's where I got mine.

Also, check out this thread, or search for others within the WT.

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ead.php?t=3462

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Thanks for the reply Hooker-i've searched all the threads on this site & others.I found plenty of sites that sell these screens but none offer any models for the 919!

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I think some of those screens that don't list 919 can be adapted to fit the 919 with some elbow grease and ingenuity, but don't quote me on that.

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I think some of those screens that don't list 919 can be adapted to fit the 919 with some elbow grease and ingenuity, but don't quote me on that.

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Thanks for the reply Hooker-i've searched all the threads on this site & others.I found plenty of sites that sell these screens but none offer any models for the 919!
http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productlist/197/
(Everything twistedthrottle sells for a 919)

http://www.motostrano-store.com/winfair.html
(Great prices, if you know what you are looking for)

http://rlmotorcycles.com/home/Access...indscreens.htm
(If I'm not mistaken, most people use the A755 w/919 mounting kit)

http://www.rifle.com/stores/showdetl...erbike_Fairing
(Another member is using this one)

http://www.nationalcycle.com/catalog...rtShields.html
(Any of these will fit)

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ead.php?t=3451
(Here is a national cycle for sale here on this website)

http://www.tcpsa.com/
(mostly fairings, mostly high-end prices)

There are many others, but these are the ones I found. You can also search the pics on this website and find out model numbers and such.

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Yikes! That list really should be stickied somewhere...paging Mike!

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The Givi is a lot better looking than the Honda.

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That Givi 755 is growing on me...that may be the shield I get for long rides next summer.


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The owner of that blue bike needs to tend to those pipes.

My Givi is similar in size and shape to that one. Mine is the one piece tinted acrilic (or whatever it's made of). I think I could have mine off and back on in less than 5 minutes. But I've never had the desire to. The 919 rides soooo much nicer with it on.

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Does anyone use this windscreen from Maier? I wonder how it looks....
http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/produc...oductId=p61145

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Yep, I bought the same one Givi 755 (blue as well) and I am satisfied with it; pretty sturdy and you can easily "tuck" behind it at 140km+ to eliminate any wind pressure!

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I like the buell xb9 sport touring screen.

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http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productlist/197/
(Everything twistedthrottle sells for a 919)

http://www.motostrano-store.com/winfair.html
(Great prices, if you know what you are looking for)

http://rlmotorcycles.com/home/Access...indscreens.htm
(If I'm not mistaken, most people use the A755 w/919 mounting kit)

http://www.rifle.com/stores/showdetl...erbike_Fairing
(Another member is using this one)

http://www.nationalcycle.com/catalog...rtShields.html
(Any of these will fit)

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ead.php?t=3451
(Here is a national cycle for sale here on this website)

http://www.tcpsa.com/
(mostly fairings, mostly high-end prices)

There are many others, but these are the ones I found. You can also search the pics on this website and find out model numbers and such.
One more to add to the list...this is one of the most extensive lists I have found, period.

http://sportbikeguy.com/index.html

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I like the buell xb9 sport touring screen.
Whats involved in mounting this screen to a 919? Any special brackets & hardware needed?

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my screen is the givi a755,easy to mount,i'm happy with it

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my screen is the givi a755,easy to mount,i'm happy with it

Looks nice mcdonald919-Could you post some bigger pics of your bike.I have a silver 919 also.Does that screen come painted to match Honda 919 colors?

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yes,it came painted, and as soon as i figure out the pic posting thingy,i'll be happy to,thanks

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Cool!

That looks great mcdonald919!!! I think thats the screen i will go with!

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I found fitting of the GIVI screen a bit of a pain. Seems like you need 4 hands and extremely thin fingers. Also, when I had it all done, my headlight was beaming too high and lossening the screws made it fall apart again..........

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Do these screens (fly screens) give much protection from the wind?

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Do these screens (fly screens) give much protection from the wind?
From about the upper chest down they do, or in a full tuck.




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...and depending on your height.

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...and depending on your height.
Yep, I'm about 6'2" and the wind hits me about 2/3rds of the way up my chest with the national cycle f-16.




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I'm 5'9" and the OEM screen shoots the air just over my helmet if I'm leaning forward just a bit

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I'm 5'9" and the OEM screen shoots the wind right in my face. If I go into a full tuck, it will just go over my helmet.

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What is your inseam Joe?

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I'm also 5'9" and the windblast hits me right in the face. All I care about is getting the air off my chest.

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evidently pretty short. I wear 31" pants. I think I will have to measure when I get home.

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Hey McDonald. How do you like those D&D slip on's? Are they super loud? They look good being small.

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Thanks fellas - i'm right on 6' tall and I'm trying to decide between the national cycle F16 sports screen and the f18...... is anyone here useing the F18?

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sss,yea those pipes are pretty loud,cheap and slightly abnoxious,which is perfect for me. i know their not the best brand for quality,power,etc,but honestly,i was'nt looking for all that. i was,however,looking for somthing that would let cagers know that there was a bike in the area,and for that,they are great.the day i put them on,i noticed a difference in the awarness of caged idiots. i know i could've went with a baffeleletomey(ahem,or sumthin)but also i was'nt crazy about the big bulky standard pipes.so yes i am very happy with them,oh em unless i miss a gear :clown: and thankyou,its all in the special sauce

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Cheapest I've found the OEM windscreen

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http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productlist/197/
(Everything twistedthrottle sells for a 919)

http://www.motostrano-store.com/winfair.html
(Great prices, if you know what you are looking for)

http://rlmotorcycles.com/home/Access...indscreens.htm
(If I'm not mistaken, most people use the A755 w/919 mounting kit)

http://www.rifle.com/stores/showdetl...erbike_Fairing
(Another member is using this one)

http://www.nationalcycle.com/catalog...rtShields.html
(Any of these will fit)

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ead.php?t=3451
(Here is a national cycle for sale here on this website)

http://www.tcpsa.com/
(mostly fairings, mostly high-end prices)

There are many others, but these are the ones I found. You can also search the pics on this website and find out model numbers and such.
For those of us that don't like the fairing look at all, the OEM is a great windscreen. The cheapest I've found was from Rick Roush.

https://www.rickroushaccessories.com

When I bought my OEM windscreen, it was almost $20 off MSRP from Rick Roush.

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Anyone want to fess up to owning one of these? Kind of ugly, but probably pretty practical if your commuting.

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Anyone want to fess up to owning one of these? Kind of ugly, but probably pretty practical if your commuting.
My wife has this exact screen on her Nighthawk and she loves it. Great protection for body, head, hands, feet, luggage, the car next to you, and behind you.

She really does it like for commuting though...

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I'm 6'5" and my Honda fairing does a great job of keeping the wind off my instruments.

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My wife has this exact screen on her Nighthawk and she loves it. Great protection for body, head, hands, feet, luggage, the car next to you, and behind you.

She really does it like for commuting though...

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