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Windscreen Options for the HP2E
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tomkor
Sun Apr 14 2013, 06:25pm
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I am looking for a windscreen for my HP2E. I have the Wunderlich Vario Screen now, but with the long distance riding I do in the NorthWest, I need something bigger. I would appreciate any suggestions you may have.
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space
Mon Apr 15 2013, 03:23am
a/k/a Jake

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Here's a thread on ADV with 10 pages of options!!

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=8607300#post8607300

That linked post shows mine. There are better-looking solutions, but it's cheap and effective. And most importantly, it's easily removable, since I only put the screen on when I am traveling a long distance.


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iain
Sun Mar 24 2019, 04:05pm
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Hi,
Looking for a screen to take the wind blast off when using bike on the road.

In the 6 yrs since this post have there been any additions to screen options and opinions of ease of fitting and day to day suitability?

Thanks:)

Iain
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marret
Sun Mar 24 2019, 06:22pm
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I'm using a National Cycle F-15. There is a smaller F-16 as well.
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marret
Sun Mar 24 2019, 07:06pm
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Here is what it looks like:



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Overlander
Wed Mar 27 2019, 07:35pm
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I have an Al Jessie thar\t I'd be willing to trade for a Wunderlich! It's in near perfect condition.
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iain
Sat Mar 30 2019, 08:36am
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Hi Marret,

thanks for the screen pics, its looks ideal, I'll get one of those coming!

Took my bike to a different garage this week to get the UK MOT certificate done and they've failed it on wheel alignment, turns out the frame is bent so this weekends job is to strip it down and get it to the frame straighteners! Hopefully will have new screen delivered by time its back together again!

Iain
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marret
Sat Mar 30 2019, 11:27am
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Welcome.

Ouch. Sorry to hear about the frame, but it sounds like you have a solution to get it fixed. Wish you success with and no issues straightening the frame.
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