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Givi AF266 Airflow Windscreen for Suzuki Burgman 400
Specific sliding wind-screen for Suzuki Burgman 400, the Airflow screen is the most versatile Givi windshield to date.
The adjustable spoiler allows the rider on the fly to easily and quickly make adjustments. Made of transparent polycarbonate, the adjustable spoiler is infinitely adjustable along the 4.7" (12cm) of travel. Once the desired setting has been selected a simple and secure clamp will keep it in place.
The design of the AIRFLOW system creates an aerodynamic effect that eliminates turbulence, allowing for maximum protection from wind thus reducing rider fatigue.
Complete with fitting kit
Maximum height 81 cm (12cm of extension) width 67 cm
best alternative to stock windshield
windshield does not let any air hit u in the face. stock windshield is less than acceptable due to my height 5'10". af266 model suits my height perfectly.
Transaction with revzilla is as easy as it can get, timely shipping and splendid cs. Notified cs tht this windshield dpes apply to any burgman 400 2007+. The description got rectified immediately
July 7, 2014
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William E: Stock windscreen on the Burgman 400 was crazy loud (wind buffeting) for my height - 5' 10".Dec 12, 2014
Simon F: Winter is comeing, this screen gives better protection for hands and upper body than standard screenMay 17, 2014
A shopper asked:How well does this product protect the hands from the wind while riding? The current windshield doesn't at all. My son rides all year long and during the winter; even with his good gloves, his fingers get very cold even on his short 20 min. trip to work. His previous bike had a nice aftermarket windshield that was quite tall and had a nice covering that kept the wind off. His new bike needs something like that.
Jinesh P:The windshield is highly recommended. It does a decent job to prevent direct onslaught of cold winds. Although side & cross winds are always a concern. But with my 2 layers on the hand, don't feel the need for separate hand guards.
Windshield is the best and could be the only accessory you can put on any Burgman 400.
I ride in cold weather for 20-30 mins each way and it does prevent my hands from freezing.
William E:Kudos to your son! The Givi for our 2013 Suzuki Burgman provides some wind protection for the rider's hands. The main reason we bought it was to reduce wind buffeting noise. It deos that well. But, in cold weather (really anything below 40 degrees), my fingers get cold on a longish ride (more than 1/2 hour). My solution is heated gloves. I use Gerbing heated gloves and jacket liner to keep reasonably comfortable down into the thirties. The Givi for your son's bike might be shaped differently. I have also used hand guards mounted on the bars; but when it gets really chilly, I need heated gloves. Dec 29, 2014