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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-Mar-2017, 06:44 PM (030) Thread Starter
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Question Parabellum Windscreen or something better?

Anybody have any experience with the Parabellum windscreen for a 2015 R1200GS?

How about a See Baily?

I know I want a larger windscreen, but quiet and stable and...well you know, better.

Comments and suggestions?

Is the Adventure windscreen really the way to go?

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I have used Aeroflow on a variety of bikes and was mostly happy but this time changed to Puig and I like it.

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I put a V Stream on my bike ($119), made a big difference over the stock screen for blowing the air off of my chest/shoulders. I rode with it for a couple of hundred miles, but have taken it off and use a MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade ($120) and a bracket ($70) to brace the OEM windscreen from being buffeted too much. I can't express enough how much higher you'll get the airflow over your head with the X-Creen than you will with a taller windscreen. I lower my X-Creen down nearly flat when commuting or off roading, but have it extended pretty high when touring and between that and my Schuberth helmet, it's nearly a silent ride.
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installed a puig big diff
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