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Anybody have the calsci windscreen?

I've got the vario touring screen with x-creen attachment.

Just not feeling the love with it though and it's still too short for my 6' frame.

Anybody have the large or x-large calsci mounted on their bike that they have some pictures of. From the side preferably so I can get a gauge for how tall they are.

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I would check the givi screens too!

Calsi can be a bit heavy!





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I have the medium height

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Is that mounted with the stock hardware / hardware calsci provides?

Or are you also using something like the mad-stad bracket?

From your picture it looks like it is about 2" higher than my mra touring screen with x-creen attachment (with the attachment all the way up).

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With that bracket can you turn all the way with out hitting?

The screen I had from Calsi was too heavy for the bike! IMO





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You are not the first one that I've heard mention the weight of the calsci. I don't see a weight listed on their site.

How heavy are we talking?

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The screen I had from Calsi was too heavy for the bike! IMO
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You are not the first one that I've heard mention the weight of the calsci. I don't see a weight listed on their site.

How heavy are we talking?
I would almost say double the givi. The givi is thin like stock screen. IMO

BTW They have new stock screens that look awesome, Capn Kirk has one really sharp looking!





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