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Thread: MRA X Creen windshield spoiler. Any experience?

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    It's a way of life! oldnslow's Avatar
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    Question MRA X Creen windshield spoiler. Any experience?

    Has any one tried one of these products? I'm looking to mount one on my son's Majesty scooter. They look like quality units.

    http://www.twistedthrottle.com/mra-x...blade-clamp-on
    Mike Davis
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    I have been using one for about three weeks. It works very well and was easy to install. I have a ZTechnik windscreen on my F800R and added it for more coverage which it does provide and I like the adjustability. Excellent quality and all parts have a very good fit. Very little movement at higher speeds. I would recommend.
    Ken
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    Won one as a door prize at a rally last year. I installed it using the clip on mounts on my R 1200 GS Cee Bailey windshield to see if I would like it. After riding with it for a few weeks I used the template provided and drilled the windshield and mounted it permanently. It works great (decreased head buffeting and wind noise) and is very adjustable. I think it would improve the performance of any windshield.

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    I ordered one and had my wife give it to me for Christmas. I got the clip on version so it could be removed if I did not like it. I installed it on my 1998 K1200RS.

    The weather here in north central Ohio has been brisk, so I only got out for a short ride when it warmed up into the 40's.

    It worked well on a slow twisty ride around the lake. I look forward to trying it at highway speeds.

    I also am interested in feed back from people who have used this item for some time.
    George
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    To the three previous replies...of what material are the arms made? Nylon..plastic..aluminum..? And does the 'rolled edge' design of the shield affect your vision? Is looking past that edge annoying?
    Mike Davis
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    George K1200RS GeorgeK1200RS's Avatar
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    In response to the previous post:

    The mounting arms are plastic. Seem very well made. Takes a hour or so to assemble the clamp on version. Twisted Throttle will send you a fully assembled unit for an additional $45 if you ask.

    The "rolled" edge looks almost the same as the top edge of my windshield. I had to run my fingers over it to tell the difference. In any event, I look over it even in the highest position.
    George
    R1200RT, K1200RS. Previous K1200LT, R80RT, R100R, R75/5

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