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|Subject: New Givi Adjustable Wind Shield Fri Jul 02, 2010 7:46 pm|| |
I was notified by Givi and asked if I would like to do a "Review" of their new Givi Adjustable Wind Shield. I told them I would be more than happy to do that for them. They sent me the shield and it just arrived yesterday. I will install it with pictures tomorrow and then give a short review of how I like it.
I will then give a much longer review a week later on how I like it doing different types of riding, i.e. interstate, slower winding roads etc. And also on how I like the different heights. I took it out of the box and held it up to my existing "cut-down Givi" shield and it is only about 1" shorter. So if there is anything you are curious about then please tell me. I can jot those down so I can include those in my review too.
Silver Wing Guru
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|Subject: Re: New Givi Adjustable Wind Shield Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:11 pm|| |
Distortion of 2 transparences over laping and having all that mounting harware on the windshield instead of having none.
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|Subject: Re: New Givi Adjustable Wind Shield Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:31 pm|| |
Can the upper adjustable part be completely removed, and if so, how does the wind then hit you around the helmet? Specifically, would your head then be above any turbulence caused by the wind shield (like a sport or naked bike with a minimal windscreen)?
How does one come to be in a position to be asked to review cool wind shields? (Is it by creating and maintaining an amazing web site devoted to the specific bike?
Do you get to keep it?