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Offline stonehenge

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Givi D3117ST on the v Strom 1050
« on: September 27, 2021, 10:47:08 »
This screen gets a rough press due to it being tall, which it is.  However, the shaping, width and quality are fine.  It also looks much better than a Givi Airflow.  I cut off just under 10cm from mine and this made all the difference, I also angled it back slightly with a half inch spacer on the two bottom bolts.

I also made a MRA type wing with the remaining top portion and spaced this a half inch from the main screen, parallel to it.  All my previous MRA and PUIG Touring screens with these "wings", I have placed parallel to the main screen and is a great addition to disturb the air as it passes over the screen and reduces buffeting by the time it hits the rider. 

Bit of a faff I know and as I bought my D3117ST used for £50, though it was worth the risk - which has paid off. 
Previous: GS850, Thundercat, Honda X11, Transalp, VFR 800, GSX750x2, RF900, XT600, Mille, K2 Vee, K6 Wee, K7 Vee, 955 Tiger, BMW1150GSA, Honda CB250RS, BMW R1200RT, Honda XL650V Transalp, 2012 R1200GS, 2015 and 2016 R1200GSA, F750GS, F850GSA, FJR1300A, G310GS, Benelli TRK502, Now DL1050A

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Re: Givi D3117ST on the v Strom 1050
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2021, 12:36:05 »
Previous: GS850, Thundercat, Honda X11, Transalp, VFR 800, GSX750x2, RF900, XT600, Mille, K2 Vee, K6 Wee, K7 Vee, 955 Tiger, BMW1150GSA, Honda CB250RS, BMW R1200RT, Honda XL650V Transalp, 2012 R1200GS, 2015 and 2016 R1200GSA, F750GS, F850GSA, FJR1300A, G310GS, Benelli TRK502, Now DL1050A