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MRA X-creen Sport Add-On Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade (bolt-on and clamp-on hardware included)

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$119.95
SKU: MRA.XCA.S

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Review by Ponzi
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Used it about a week, great product, does what it's supposed to do. Twisted throttle videos very helpful. (Posted on 4/5/16)
Review by rman
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Could not find a position to quiet the wind noise. My bike is a Ninja 1000ABS. Using the stock screen in three different positions with the X-creen sport was not able to quiet the wind at speeds at 80mph on the highway where I need it the most. Lower speeds the stock shield is okay. Was hoping this deflector would do the trick. The stock shield also vibrated quite a bit due to the added weight of the Vario. The product is of excellent quality, but I'm trying a larger screen and might try the Vario with it. (Posted on 3/28/16)
Review by Southern Canuck
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I have a 2012 KLR-650 with the tall OEM windscreen. I'm 6' 1" tall and I was experiencing an annoying buffeting on the top 2" of my helmet at speeds of 55 mph and above. I installed the MRA X-creen using the clamp-on fittings because the curve on the windscreen. The "Sport" version fits the width of my windscreen. I have found the X-creen performs exactly as advertised. The buffeting is gone and the ride is a lot quieter. It took three changes of settings to get the thing set up for my height. The little leavers that lock the device in place are stiff and it feels like you're going to break it when you have to put some effort into adjusting the device but I've had no issues with the robustness of the device. The device sits under my line of sight so I don't really notice that it's on the bike anymore. I wish I would have bought this thing before my last long trip! (Posted on 3/28/16)
Review by John
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If I could, I would give this a 3.5. I bought this for my 2014 BMW F800GS to reduce some wind buffeting. It does that and does stay put at speed (using the clamp mount). However, the wind screen on my bike is narrow (about 10" wide) and has a slight curve. The clamps just barely grab the screen. Took a bit of effort to get them positioned right so they stayed secure. There was another review about the Tour model stating that it was too wide for his 800 and had to go to the sport. If the Tour is any wider than the sport, it will not fit on the 800GS and I would stay with the Sport model. Just my 0.02 (Posted on 3/28/16)
Review by Fast Freddie Flash
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Added to windscreen on my 690 Duke and love it!! It would have been nice to have on last years 10'000 mile rideabout the country! But I will get to enjoy having one on both KTM's for this years rideabout adventures:-) (Posted on 3/3/16)
Review by Guest
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I installed one of these on my BMW C650GT Maxi Scooter and another on my wifes Can Am Spyder RS that had the factory touring windscreen. This little wing works wonders on both of the machines. My BMW had incredible helmet buffeting even with it's windscreen all the way up . . . . now the buffeting is minimal for the rider and much better for the passenger. I have not used the extensions on it to see how that changes things. The Can Am had the same problem even with a more expensive after market 'adjustable mount' that allow me to change the angle of the screen. I took that off, put this wing on, and vast improvement. In both cases, I drilled the windscreen to install it. The template that came with the unit worked great. I would buy this unit again. (Posted on 2/4/16)
Review by KTM Boy
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Well made product that fits well on my bike. Seemed to deflect the wind from my face in the few times I used it before winter stopped my riding. (Posted on 12/1/15)
Review by Dr J
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I bought the X-creen sport to reduce turbulence at speed on my CBR 250. Works as advertised and has smoothed out airflow over my helmet. The screen is alsoproportioned right for the bike.I would have given it 5 stars except that it is a little pricey. The only reason I didn't go with an aftermarket windscreen for $30 less was the difficulty of installation. This,however, does the trick with a minimum of fuss. (Posted on 12/1/15)
Review by JoeVA
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I have had numerous bikes and scooters in recent years. Whatever the differences, the constant issue for me with any bike is the wind turbulence. I like to ride pretty much year round so a windscreen is a necessity to make it tolerable as you slice through the frigid air. The problem I have had is that the addition of a windscreen inevitably accelerates the air going over the top of the windscreen and shoots it right at your helmet. This can be partially avoided if you just happen to get a windscreen that is just tall enough without being too tall. That's hard to do given the variability of rider height, mounting issues, seat height, and hardware available for your particular ride. The constant rumbling sound of the wind around my helmet takes away from the enjoyment of riding. I want to protect my hearing and even with earplugs the turbulence would leave my ears ringing for quite some time. I decided to give the X screen a try. I had purchased one of the MRA windscreens before and was familiar with the quality this company produces. Of course I was a bit concerned about the cost for what looks like a pretty small piece of plastic and some hardware, but what a difference it makes! The X screen allows you to direct much of the wind over your head. At the same time, having the double screen effect cuts down on the intensity of the wind that passes directly over the screen. I don't understand all of the mechanics of this, but it works fabulously. Adjustments are very easy. I have the x screen adjusted below eye level so I am still looking over it, not through it. The effect was immediately obvious even before I could tweak the adjustment. All the parts are super sturdy. This particular X Creen comes with hardware for a clamp mount or permanent mount. The permanent mount requires drilling holes. No big deal, I would drill them if I need to, but the clamp hardware works so well and is so secure, I doubt I'll need to change the mounting. This is one part that I think I will always buy no matter what bike I am riding. Very pleased with the performance and quality. As usual, Twisted Throttle service was quick. I am very pleased with this purchase. Big problem solved. (Posted on 11/23/15)
Review by Dave42
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Bought this spoiler because a taller windshield for my bike was not available. Short story; It works. Buffetting is gone, and my helmet visor is no longer littered with bugs. Adjustability is excellent, as is the option to mount either clamp-on, or bolt-on. The spoiler itself is a beautiful example of plastics engineering. Very pleased with this product. Application is Honda CTX700D with "tall" Cee Bailey windshield. (Posted on 10/27/15)

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