If I could make a suggestion: buy the Madstad bracket first. It gives you full adjustability of whatever screen you have mounted and pretty much cures the head buffeting issues. Then you can decide how much airflow you want: small screen, more air; big screen, less air. It'll never be a Wing but you can get it set up to be a pretty damn quiet ride. jmho
I bought one used. It looks better for sure but really doesn't work any better. The adjustible bracket is probably the way to go. With such an upright seating position you're better off trying to smooth out the airflow rather than trying to eliminate it.
Thanks I forgot about the adjustable bracket. My stocker isn't all that bad, but it just isn't as sexy as the other after market shields. I think I'm going to try the adjustable bracket and the factory tall shield together. If I wind up not liking the shield, I'll put them up for sale here and let someone else try it.
Please someone tell me there's an easy way to get it out without taking everything apart? It's the little plate thing you hook under the bulb wire, THEN you add LED bulb. It slipped inside the housing and is sitting at the bottom of the headlight. :c I tried to coax it out and it fell into...
I've got a 2013 Versys, which is a hellofalottafun to ride. Coming from a 2008 KLR, I find the Versys seat height way too low for me. I'm 6' with a 33" inseam, but feel very cramped in the cockpit of this bike. Any recommendations on raising the seat, lowering the foot-pegs, etc?
I have picked up a versys for a bit of a steal otherwise I'd probably never had owned one, typically I am a sports bike rider but so many people have raved about the versys and how its ideal for commuting!
Again typically with my other bikes I always carry out a service and change the...
Has anyone purchased and installed the Kaoko Throttle lock? I am thinking about adding it to my bike as I am taking a 6 hour trip coming up soon? I have a 2017 V650 LT with the stock handguards.
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