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Wanted Wunderlich headlight cowling
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Fri Sep 01 2017, 02:30pm
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If any one has one or knows where to find one or another brand etc

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Fri Sep 01 2017, 06:46pm
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Jason at ADVMotorrad used to offer a carbon fiber replacement. Try to reach out to him to see if he will make another production run. I got one and it works great.

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Sat Sep 02 2017, 12:04pm
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You'll need the mounting brackets as well. I got one of the last batch from Jason very nice unit. The only other acceptable little windscreen I've ever seen was a DART wind screen for a british bike adapted to an HP2. It was profiled on a bike on advrider. To me these bikes shouldn't have anything on them pretty much. I tried the ADVMotorrad screen on this years road trip and took it off right after the trip.

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Sun Sep 03 2017, 11:38pm
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I think I have an extra Wunderlich type screen that is made of plastic. I have one on my GRAVEL HP2 and I fabbed up some brackets that would fit with my Touratech windscreen. I really like the looks of it and it give me a place to put rallye registration stickers.

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I used a Dart windscreen off of a Triumph when I first got GRAVEL HP2.

I just made a new windscreen for my DIRT HP2 out of a windscreen from a Honda TLR200 trails bike.

I agree with OLDFOOL that these bikes are best left open in the front if you are doing more open trails. However, I have found that a little windscreen keeps sticks and brush out in tighter trails. I have had small branches jam under the light and speedo and worry about the wires be exposed.

I will look for pics of the windscreens I have tried and see if I can locate the Wunderlich plastic one.

Do you have the brackets for it?

Sno Dawg

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Sun Sep 03 2017, 11:45pm
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Top two pics - Dart windscreen off of a Triumph -
Easy to mount because the light is the same size.
* Please do not comment on how worn these tires are. It was the end of the season and the bike was getting needed maintenance and new tires!!

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Wunderlich replica made out of plastic:
I wanted protection for the light because met guys I rid with like to throw gravel up and so I mounted the Wunderlich replica screen back and drilled holes in it so the light protection mounting went trough the screen. I got rubber grommets so that the screen was not taking the vibration of the bike and reinforced the back of the screen with a price of sheet metal.


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Sun Sep 03 2017, 11:48pm
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Honda Reflex TLR200 - windscreen:
I like it on this dirt bike, but it need to be mounted a bit higher. I put it low because I have mounted many windscreens on my off road/rally bikes and when there is a space between the screen and the light, they reflect light off of the inside of the screen and in to my eyes. I had the screen in my bike shed from an old trials bike I sold, and after some cleaning, removing of stickers and a lot of trimming, I mounted it. I was going to paint it gray to match the plastics, but noticed that it was the same color as the hand guards - plus I got lazy and wanted to go riding!!!!!

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Fri Sep 08 2017, 04:01am
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I have a Wunderlich windscreen. Very nice unit indeed.

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