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    Windscreen Options

    Hi All...i am looking for windscreen options for my 2005 R1200GS...Right now the scratched up stocker is working fine but I want to replace it soon. Im not opposed to getting a new stock screen, but I'd like to check out all options... has anyone used Ztechnik products? Are there larger screens available for the GS? Thanks peeps! Don

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    If you want larger take a look at the aeroflow. They call it a half fairing and it comes in two models and various heights.

    http://www.aeroflowscreens.com/R1200GS.htm

    I went the opposite direction and cut down a stock windshield.

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    Here is another option..

    http://www.ceebaileys.com/bmw/

    '02 R1150RT

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    I put a Ztechnik Z2242 screen on my 2010 R1200GS. So far I've been happy with it.

    http://shop.nationalcycle.com/perl/c...odel=bm-059%22

    They make a taller one too. I'm short, so this one works for me.
    2010 R1200GS low (mine)
    2012 R1200GS Triple Black (hubby's)

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    Cool

    Thanks for the suggestions....so many choices.....decisions must be made! Like a responsible adult, I will do lots of research and ask lots of questions...then I will put it off until the last minute and impulse buy!

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    I had a 2005 GS and my first replacement windshield was a Ztechnick. It was OK, but not great. If was fine unless I was behind a boxy vehicle that generated a lot of turbulence. I still have it if you'd like to try one on the cheap, we could probably work something out. I replaced it with a CalSci which I found completely satisfactory.
    BMW R bike rider, horizontally opposed to everything...

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    Thanks Anyname.....Sorry I didn't respond sooner, I just haven't checked the forum. I will let you know if I want to go that route....Don

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    Happy with my Z - you know they're polycarbonate, right? Something to hide behind when that trailer tire comes apart in front of you.

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