Wunderlich Touring Screen for RTLC

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Wunderlich Touring Screen for RTLC

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Anyone got/ordered on of these beauts then.


http://www.wunderlich.de/shop/en/wunder ... een-1.html

Quite fancy the tinted one myself..
Are they even available yet in the UK??   
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At 6 feet 6 I'm tempted. Nippy Normans have them!
http://www.nippynormans.com/products/sc ... -30370-202
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I'm very happy with the Wunderlich screen, its a big (literally) improvement over the OEM screen.
Higher and wider, and the little winglet extensions actually work well.

lowest position
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Hi Pope
Can you look over the screen in the lowest position ?
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Yes, I'm 5' 8" and can see over the screen very well. Even with the seat set on low.
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Same height as me,  that's handy...  You can be my test mule.  Ta
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Pope,
Could you measure the distance from one of the lower mounting bolts to the centre of the top edge of the screen please,
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7vwh wrote: Pope,
Could you measure the distance from one of the lower mounting bolts to the centre of the top edge of the screen please,
Cheers ,
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The measurement is 575mm from bottom bolt to top centre of screen.
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Thanks for that, at 6'6" tall I need quite a bit more at the top of the screen to eliminate the wind noise! :-)
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I think that the screen should be perfect for a bloke of your stature then...
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I am just over 6 foot tall and have never ridden with a big screen of this size and not sure I need one unless there are big advantages. I had a Givi Airflow on my Tiger XC which was a carry over from my previous Tiger (roadie) it was great on the roadie but  the extension hardly ever used on the XC. It only gaveadjustable-height    not width.  Question: do you guys look through the screen at all times or only on motorway riding or seriously bad weather. Like any obstacle between you and the road there is a distorted view or at least I do even with my visor half open which makes me feel uncomfortable in town or slow manoeuvring 


I have three helmets which I use a Shark S700, Shark Evoline and a new Schubert C3.  I get wind noise from them all in various levels and at variable  speeds but none totally free. I had hoped the Schubie would have been the answer to wind noise for the price, but alas no.


Since the Schubie is not the panacea to motorcycle noise and turbulence is the big screen?
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Spencert231 wrote:   Question: do you guys look through the screen at all times or only on motorway riding or seriously bad weather. Like any obstacle between you and the road there is a distorted view or at least I do even with my visor half open which makes me feel uncomfortable in town or slow manoeuvring 
I have a CEE Baileys dark tint oversized screen but never have it in a position where I have to look through it, I have the height set where I am just viewing over the top of the screen.
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I dont look through the screen when riding, unless i'm just cruising the Motorway for maximum weather protection. and only if the screen is clean.


I find that i can find a better 'sweet spot' with the touring screen, which enables me to look over the screen and still have my helmet flipped up.
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Ive had VStream windshields from National Cycle on my last couple bikes. They are in testing for the 2014 and should be out soon. Im going with it since it has worked so well for me in the past. The Wunderlich looks very similar.
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Budman wrote: Ive had VStream windshields from National Cycle on my last couple bikes. They are in testing for the 2014 and should be out soon. Im going with it since it has worked so well for me in the past. The Wunderlich looks very similar.

be sure to post a pic when you get it Bud.
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