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MRA X-creen Tour Bolt-On Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade Windshield Extension

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$142.21
SKU: MRA.XCA

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Review by Chloe
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Just bolted it on a 2014 KLR 650; highly recommended (Posted on 14-08-20)
Review by ghart
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I bought this to add to a Cee Bailey commuter windshield mounted on a 09 KLR. The Cee Bailey ended up being a couple of inches short and I was still getting buffeting at hwy speeds. The MRA X screen did what I wanted it to do, no more buffeting. I ended up getting the clamp that allows me to remove it if I want or put it on other bikes. Only problem is they don't seem to be remain in stock for long. I initially ordered the smoke colored one but it was to dark for me. Returned without a problem because I had not opened the envelope the screen was in however it was kinda translucent which allow me to recognize it was to dark. Had to wait about a week and half for a clear one to be in stock. I watched the install instructions which were very clear and easy to follow. The people I talked to at Twisted Throttle were friendly and easy to work with (Posted on 14-08-06)
Review by Dantrax
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I followed the video directions provided by Twisted Throttle. I placed the template, drilled the holes with a step drill bit & applied the MRA X-creen Tour to the top of my '14 V-Strom 650 ABS. It fits perfectly & looks great. It reduced the wind buffeting & wind noise so that I can now hear my bike under me. The X-creen greatly improved my riding experience. I'm even going to try listening to some music. The best $140 I've spent on my bike. Thanks Twisted Throttle & MRA. (Posted on 14-08-05)
Review by ifischer
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Installed with just the clip-on assembly initially since I didnt want to poke holes in my windshield. Looks good, works well below 60mph. Above 60mph, the wind load is too much for the unit and it just flattens out back against the OEM windshield. It ends up matching the streamlines of the original windshield so it does about zero good for highway riding (which is 90% of why you would buy this). seeking refund (Posted on 14-07-23)
Review by 2777emartin
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I bought the X-creen tour bolt on for my 1997 Kawasaki concours zg1000. I bought the motorcycle last summer from the second owner. Well live and learn the Kawasaki zg1000 has the worst factory windshield made when it comes to dirty air. After doing a lot of my own research. I finally decided to go with a Cee bailey windshield to witch I mounted my newly acquired MRA X-creen tour bolt. All I can say to all & I mean all zg1000 Connie riders buy one your life will be complete. These can not be beat. My hat truly goes off to twisted throttle for selling these. (Posted on 14-07-09)
Review by Anonymous
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Ordering, shipping & installation went smooth. Almost to many ways to adjust this shield. Wind noise on full face helmet is gone. Is actually quieter with the helmet face shield up. Allowing more air in the helmet. (Posted on 14-07-08)
Review by Dave1050
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Bought this for my '08 Tiger 1050. Just finished a 900 mile round trip ride over the past 5 days, made a big difference! Reduced the amount of buffeting to almost nil. (Posted on 14-07-07)
Review by Charlie50
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At 6'1" provides big improvement to stock shield on my Suzuki Burghman 400. Head buffeting has gone from painful to almost non existent. New and still tuning it. Might get even better. (Posted on 14-07-07)
Review by Anonymous
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This product installed easily and provided a very good improvement to the stock windscreen on my 2014 Suzuki V-Strom 1000. (Posted on 14-07-07)
Review by Anonymous
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I have a windshield fetish. I have spent a fortune on windshields for bikes. I know what I want in performance. I like a quiet ride with as little turbulence as possible. Easy to do for riders that ride under 60 mph and out of traffic and side winds. Not easy at 75 mph+ cruising with big trucks and side winds.
I recently changed windshields again on my '12 DL 650. I bought the tallest screen they had but found it a bit short for quiet riding. Turbulence was low at speed, but just too much air on my helmet. Bought and installed the MRA X-creen touring version. What an improvement! I can get the height I want, or lay it down to get air on my screen to keep rain off the visor. Take some time to work with all the adjustments. To my surprise I found the screen worked better for me without the dog-bone extensions as it keeps the screen closer when near vertical. With my other aero devices I have this V Strom as quiet and smooth as my RT. That is most welcome on 800+ mile days. (Posted on 14-07-07)

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