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

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$132.95
SKU: MRA.XCA

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Review by Daveb
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This is my second spoiler. Both worked well, but this one has simplified and more effective locking devices. The wind is forced into a slot which accelerates it and changes its path, so that it goes up over my helmet instead of hitting me at nose level. I don't mind some wind pressure as long as it is steady and not turbulent, and that is what the spoiler does. Takes a bit of fiddling to get it adjusted optimum. When I first saw it, I did not think it would work on my little BMW R1100 gs windscreen but it did. (Posted on 9/4/15)
Review by Larry1764
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I installed a MRA X-creen on my Triumph Tiger 1050. I attached it to a Givi windsceen and it has been a great addition. With a little adjusting it has made it possible to eliminate turbulence that would buffet my helmet at highway speeds. This visor has also lowered the amount of wind noise making it much easier to hear my intercom. I have put about 1000 miles on it and it seems to be holding up good. (Posted on 7/17/15)
Review by Superfunkomatic
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A great addition to my low windshield - I'm a tall guy for the stock Suzuki Boulevard
C-50 windshield. (Posted on 6/21/15)
Review by Michaeltsh
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I purchased the MRA X-creen just prior to my first long trip out west. I planned on riding at least 4 days and much of that time would be at 65mph+ on freeways or interstates. I have a 2009 G650GS. I added the factory 'tall' windscreen but it is not high enough to divert the windblast up and over my helmet.
My friend and I installed the permanent version of the screen in less than 30 minutes. A drill and 2 or 3 bits + a step bit and a Phillips head and allen wrench are all that are needed. We first installed all the hardware on the windscreen and then mock mounted it to the BMW windscreen. Happy with how/where it would sit we applied the provided template and drilled the required holes.
This design is nearly infinitely adjustable for height and angle and did a good job of deflecting the wind on my long road trip.
If you have a bike with a short windscreen or need to get the air up higher when at speed I would recommend this product. (Posted on 6/12/15)
Review by Bobbyo
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I have put these on three bikes.
My Triumph Tiger my wifes old BMW 650 and her new BMW GS 700 .
All fit great and do what they say .
Easy install with the video .
Nice to have bugs on the windscreen instead of my helmet.
Wife is happy and so am I . (Posted on 5/30/15)
Review by Dan
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Put this on my '08 Bandit 1250... A great reduction of wind noise and buffeting has raised the pleasure level of my riding by reducing both the mental and physical fatigue from being battered by the wind. Of all the modifications I have done to my bike, this screen has delivered the most "bang for the buck". Also, I want to thank the "booth crew" that was at Daytona for treatment well beyond what I expected and made my Twisted Throttle experience a highlight of my Bike-week. Great product...great company...! (Posted on 3/30/15)
Review by andthereyouare
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Bought this and opted for the bolt-on type. I have a Cee-Bailey windscreen, drilled (4) small holes using the template and simply widened the holes with a dremel so I wouldn't crack the windscreen. The Spoiler works awesome, solved my buffeting issues. (Posted on 3/25/15)
Review by DLB66
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I had installed ony 2014 Kawasaki Concours14. I 6'2" and needed additional windshield heights to keep wind and rain from my face. It also stopped the hemet buffeting and wind noise. Great product for the price. (Posted on 3/21/15)
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 3/15/15)
Review by tman1000
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Hardest part of the installation was drilling holes in a brand new windshield. Still have 30cm of snow and -20c. So haven't had a chance to try it. (Posted on 2/1/15)

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