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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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interesting windshield

I think all black is cool...anyone know what year and is it available in US?
Does anyone have a windshield like the center bike? How do you like it?
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I think all black is cool...anyone know what year and is it available in US?
Does anyone have a windshield like the center bike? How do you like it?
The all balck I believe in a Europe only bike, and the windshield in the second picture I believe is a Vario that is offered by Kawaskai... though I could be mistaken.


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Yes, that is the optional windscreen offered by Momma Kaw. I have one and like it a lot.

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Hi Motorcyclist, I do own the Vario Windscreen (center one) and love it!

Its the best of both world for me, good airflow with little protection when in town or doing smaller warmer ride and very good wind protection for longer and cooler ride.

With the extension, it still allow some air to reach the helmet which I like personnally to help ventilate the helmet.

I did try the one on the right (seems like the Givi). For me, it kills all airflow. This is good for some people but for me, I don't like to get totally cut from all the wind.

Your choice...

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Hi Motorcyclist, I do own the Vario Windscreen (center one) and love it!

Its the best of both world for me, good airflow with little protection when in town or doing smaller warmer ride and very good wind protection for longer and cooler ride.

With the extension, it still allow some air to reach the helmet which I like personnally to help ventilate the helmet.

I did try the one on the right (seems like the Givi). For me, it kills all airflow. This is good for some people but for me, I don't like to get totally cut from all the wind.

Your choice...

My 2 cents.
Thanks, I might have to pick one up...
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I also like the mirrors on the bike. Does anyone know anything about the mirrors?
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 09:50 PM
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The all black versys is Metallic Diablo Black. You can view it from 360 degrees at this website: www.kawasaki.de/versys
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