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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 16th, 2009, 12:06 pm Thread Starter
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Wunderlich windscreens

I was wondering if someone has any experience on Wunderlich windscreens? I am in the market for a new windshield for my GT with more protection and came across this screen and with the side wings looks nice. I appreciate any advice and suggestions

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So I should use a Polo shirt for more protection?? who needs those stinking extra wings on the windshild

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The question stands about the Wunderlich windscreens, dose anyone has experiance with them? I love the look of the wings http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/mm5...de=K1200GT06-C

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I have used Wunderlich products in the past very good quality. I have this one on my bike.
http://www.saeng.com/dproduct.php?id=583&category=51
I found the top gets pressed down at higher speeds.

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I have used Wunderlich products in the past very good quality. I have this one on my bike.
http://www.saeng.com/dproduct.php?id=583&category=51
I found the top gets pressed down at higher speeds.
Thank you for the response. I guess not many riders use this windshield. I heard that the extra top wing works good, but I was looking for a screen with some more protection for long trips, rainy days and cold days. I am planning a trip to NC in July and I like to have more protection and better buffering to listen to music and bike to bike with my wife. I like the side wings idea from this windshield and look easy to add and take off for hot days. Any other ideas out there Thanks

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