Givi A31 Universal Airstar Windscreen
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Givi A31 Airstar Universal Windscreen

The Givi A31 Airstar is perfect for adding a bit of protection from the elements to any naked bike. 

Features:

  • Universal screen for naked bikes 
  • Light Smoke
  • Dimensions: 19.5"H x 25"W

Note: Fit Kit D45 is required for installation and is sold separately

5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
4.7 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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A good old school shield
Picked this up for a '96 Triumph Thunderbird 900. The smoked shield looks great on this modern classic bike; however, installation took a little time to figure out (you do have to buy a separate installation kit when you purchase the shield). The diagrams help, but you will have to fiddle with it, so make sure you are not in a rush when you get ready to install. The shield is very thick and durable, fairly wide, and does a great job of keeping the bugs off my face.

I would recommend this product, and purchase it again if it was damaged. On a side note, if you have a bike like mine, the side "wings" on the shield do not come up high enough to provide much (if any) protection to your hands.
May 31, 2016
Purchased
6 months ago
Ride:
1996 Triumph Thunderbird
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Big Windscreen is the way to go!
I put this windscreen on a 2013 Suzuki SFV650. When installed to its highest possible position it sits 55" off the floor and 22" above the naked headlight. I am 5'10" and when i sit down the top of the windscreen sits a few inches below the top of my head. When I'm riding the airstream hits the top of my helmet . I wish it was just a few inches taller so the airstream would miss me completely. Even so its so nice to have all the air hitting my windscreen and not my body. it keeps me warm! The bottom portion that flairs out directs most all of the wind away from my hands! I can easily ride in coldish weather with no gloves! I was thinking about getting heated grips in the past but i am sure as heck not going to now! AND THE BEST FOR LAST! SINCE I HAVE INSTALLED IT I HAVE BEEN GETTING AN EXTRA 6+ MILES PER GALLON OF GAS! INSANE! So many wasted years of riding without a windscreen! Im going to own one till the end of my riding days. This was the tallest one i could find for my bike. Wish i could have one just a few inches taller!
July 22, 2015
Ride:
2013 Suzuki SFV650 Gladius
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great product, great price - nice look and protection
I purchased this product after my bike fell over and cracked the Givi windscreen I had put on 5 years ago. this model A31 was slightly different in that it had wings for hand protection. nice improvement and better air flow. I used the mounting kit I already had and it mounted with no modifications .
February 9, 2015
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Why did you choose this?
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Will compliment the look of my bike
DONALD H on Aug 10, 2016
Right size and at a good price - buuut it would have been nice to know I needed a mounting kit. It was noted under the part # tab - but who checks that? I will from now on. The info should be clearly on the same page as the windscreen. (I still love you Revzilla)
Joseph M on Feb 25, 2016
Will compliment the look of my bike
DONALD H on Aug 10, 2016
Wanted a windscreen for my modern classic triumph that worked and looked good on the bike. Was fortunate to be able to ride a friends Scrambler with a smaller airflow Givi windscreen. This showed me that I wanted the taller windscreen (which ruled out a lot of other companies), and one that had 4 points of mounting instead of 2
Byron P on May 14, 2016
Right size and at a good price - buuut it would have been nice to know I needed a mounting kit. It was noted under the part # tab - but who checks that? I will from now on. The info should be clearly on the same page as the windscreen. (I still love you Revzilla)
Joseph M on Feb 25, 2016
I like that it has hand deflectors built into the unit and that it is handlebar (mostly) mounted as I prefer riding a naked bike in the summer, I'll remove the whole unit rather than having a permanent mount for other units. I hope it fits like I anticipate.
Mickey on Oct 11, 2015
needed a larger size winsdshield for cruising the highways
todd h on May 23, 2015
Wanted a windscreen for my modern classic triumph that worked and looked good on the bike. Was fortunate to be able to ride a friends Scrambler with a smaller airflow Givi windscreen. This showed me that I wanted the taller windscreen (which ruled out a lot of other companies), and one that had 4 points of mounting instead of 2
Byron P on May 14, 2016
I like that it has hand deflectors built into the unit and that it is handlebar (mostly) mounted as I prefer riding a naked bike in the summer, I'll remove the whole unit rather than having a permanent mount for other units. I hope it fits like I anticipate.
Mickey on Oct 11, 2015
I'm 5'10" on a 2013 SFV650 Gladius. Is all the redirected air going to pass completely over me? Im considering this screen because it looks tall. Im thinking i don't want any air to hit me at all. Is there an unforeseen consideration i should be considering as a first time shield-buyer?
paul g on Apr 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Mine did not come with hardware as advertised. Haven't installed it. I'm 6'3" however and when I held it up to my bike it looked as if it would definitely deflect the wind over me.
Does mounting hardware come included with this windscreen?
A shopper on Oct 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No...
Does this have any kind of quick release mechanism or is it pretty much on there when you put it on? I need to make sure that my cover will still fit, and I don't think it will fit with this windscreen.
Charles L on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes and no. The 2 brackets that attach to your handlebars and the 2 brackets that attach to your forks can be left on to make putting the screen on a little easier, but I would not call it quick release. I say this, because you still have to loosen the brackets to get the screen to "slide" out. This will cause the screen to not "remember" its exact placement when you get ready to put it back on, and you will have to fiddle with it. I only take it off when I plan on leaving it off for a while (like for the months of June until October). You will also need an "allen" wrench for any tightening or loosening of the brackets.