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Can anyone advise of the best screen on the market ?
Im after one that is clear doesn't detract from the "naked style" so I think needs to be clear , can be fitted when having to do long motorway or 70MPH + runs
and can be removed easily and quickly once back on the lanes !
any pointers would be greatly appreciated ahh and available in the UK!!


Thanks in advance

Paul Mrd
 

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I have a Powerbronze screen fitted. You can remove the screen itself in 30 seconds with a Phillips screwdriver, and the brackets aren't too obvious. Or the screen with brackets in easily less than 5 mins. Works well at Motorway speeds, and makes touring less like being in a hurricane!
 

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I have a Powerbronze screen fitted. You can remove the screen itself in 30 seconds with a Phillips screwdriver, and the brackets aren't too obvious. Or the screen with brackets in easily less than 5 mins. Works well at Motorway speeds, and makes touring less like being in a hurricane!
Hi Nick
Thanks for that I like the look and sound of the power B one and will check it out , does it manage to direct the air over your helmet ?

also looks like you've lost your number plate off the back ?! I'm thinking about the doing the same , sounds kind if weird but have you a picture of the back end I can see Ohhhh ahhh :)
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Looks loads better like that my plate is like drawing a kite behind me !!
who did the tail tidy ? Ive now ordered a power bronze screen
thanks for that tale tidy next then all I have to get is the hand guards (from ??) and I've cloned your bike
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If you've got an Urban, you'll need to put a couple of small slots in the bottom of the screen to clear the headlamp grill.

I made the tail tidy myself, pretty easy with some steel sheet I had kicking about, same for the heavy duty sump guard.

The hand guards were off eBay, and something like £15 ;-) I painted the plastic covers satin black as they were bright green! The bar inserts needed filing down as the were too large to insert in the bars, but it only took 10 mins with a file ;-)
 

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The National Cycles one comes off in seconds.

The National Cycles one comes off in seconds.

Thanks All for the advise and pointers !
Im now waiting for the post to bring me
1/power bronze screen
2/ R&G Frame sliders
3/R&G Sound Bomb 120 Db Horn :))
4/R&G Tail Tidy
Time to put the breaks on Mmmm Ho Ho Ho
 
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