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    Cee Baileys Windscreens

    I have seen no reviews of Cee Bailey windscreens. Does anyone have one mounted. I specifically am looking at putting their Adventure shield on my '03 GS.

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    OY, check out the Advrider Windscreen FAQ.
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    Cee Baileys Windscreens

    I have one on my 02 R1100S. It's a little thicker than the oem windscreen. It came with holes pre-drilled and was easy to install. So far it's done what it's suppose to do.

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    dpxcross, how tall a shield did you get? Is it quiet? Do you have a picture?

    So many questions.....
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    Hi,
    I don't have a picture. The windscreen is 18 inches high, it's a little quieter because it is 1.5 inches higher. It looks exactly the same as the orginal. What it really does is defect the wind over my head a bit more, less bug hits etc. The reason I got it was the orginal windscreen took a big rock hit and I ended up with a big scratch on the oem windscreen. The replacement cost is over $300. This is alot cheaper. I would recomemd that you get one that flares a little at the top for more wind defection. I'm thinking about getting another one that flares at the top. Drive safe.

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    Thanks! I have a tinted sport screen, you know, the short one.

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    Mr. Yeller...I have a Cee Baileys #2 Euro Cut +3.5 on my RT and can attest to the quality of the shields.

    I'd say it's pretty damned great in function, looks and quality!

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    The Cee Bailey's works very well to push the air to the outside. I have ridden in driving rain and only my elbows and knees picked up moisture. My only complaint about my screen is that when manufactured the centerline of the arc at the top is slightly off center. Most everyone would not notice but it is a detail...I wrote to them but received no response.

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    another photo, this is a picture of the screen in the high position.
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    Last edited by Deacon; 06-15-2003 at 03:59 PM.

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    and one last view, by the way, I look over the top of the screen. I am about 5'10".
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