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I just installed an Airflow Universal on my 98 Honda Magna. The install required some fiddling, but otherwise went ok. The big problem is the poor performance. I'm getting severe turbulence and noise around my helmet. Even when adjusted to high-eye level, the air is not being directed over me, but rather into my head. The shield is tilted back about 35 degrees from vertical. I will experiment with different configurations, but so far this is a fail. The results I'm getting now are worse than having no shield at all.
July 9, 2015
Just a little too high for this short guy.
Since I am short (and no information is available as to the height of this windshield vs. the stock windshield) I have issues with the height of this screen. I have found that by drilling 2 new holes to lowering the mounting hardware, I can drop the screen without affecting function.
This screen is about 1" higher than the stock screen.
If you do drill holes, use the correct bits made for acrylic.
Lots of great youtube videos on mounting this or similar screens.
April 30, 2015
So far I'm loving it, it does a good job of keeping the wind off of me, too good around town, I actually have to leave my visor open a notch to keep it clear. On the highway I'm still working out the best position, in the meantime if it's EXTREMELY cold I go into a slight tuck and almost no wind gets to me.
It did take a bit of time to mount it properly, so it couldn't hit my tank. I mounted it coming of the front of the forks, as opposed to back or side.
I am going to find a quality clamp for it though, the hose clamp used for the bottom mount detracts from the looks of my Moto Guzzi Breva 1100, can't have that, it's a beautiful bike. That is my sole problem with this screen. Other than the ugly clamp it's AWESOME!!
January 7, 2015
Offers maximum wind protection and versatile,
I installed this on my husky strada 650. This is the best wind protection for an adventure touring bike. I did run into an install problem as the two clamps for the fork tubes were too small. I had to buy new ones at the local ace hardware to finish the install. Great wind sheild and the rest of the install was smooth. The cost was much more than others but the added features were worth it.
December 15, 2014
I installed this on my 1981 Honda CB750K and it works great.
I did not see a version that was marked as fitting for my 81 Honda CB750K so I bought the universal mount version. I did this on faith that if it did not work for my bike I could easily return it to RevZilla. (they are great)
I really wanted a windshield for my 81 Honda CB750K that would give me good wind protection on the highway. I just test rode Saturday with it on the highway at 80 miles per hour in a slight misty rain and it performed very well. What I like best is the adjust ability. I can raise it for the highway and lower it for the back roads at a stop sign in seconds. (very nice)
My 81 Honda CB750K is now a sport tourer. I added the hard leather bags and tour pack from my Harley Davidson Fatboy. I just totaled it a few weeks ago. I have to wait until I get the insurance check and I am going to replace it with a 2013 Honda F6B. That will be my new 850 lb sport bike. You should try a test ride you will be hooked.
November 24, 2014
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Steve N:I don't know about your bike but I bought the Universal Givi Airflow for my 1981 Honda CB750K on faith and it fits great. The kit is very universal and would most likely fit a lot of bikes.
As far as how the Givi Airflow performs: I love it!!! It is one of the best things I have ever bought for the bike. It can be adjusted up and down while riding and is very versatile. It offers good wind protection.Aug 17, 2015
Michael M:I used the universal on my 06 Moto Guzzi Breva 1100, and fit eadily, quickly a well. Just be cacareful with the bottom clamps, turn your bars to lock and put that dide on, turn to other side and put that one on, to make sure it doesn't hit your tank, like it did mine!!Aug 18, 2015
Glenn J asked:I have a 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom and I am 6'3" I am a new rider and I just feel uncomfortable riding above 60mph because of the shakiness from the wind on the bike and my head. I am looking for a windshield high enough to deflect over my head and wide enough to cover my hands. Is this a good windshield to get or is there another one that you would recommend?Jul 16, 2015
I recently purchased this universal windscreen for my 2013 Yamaha FZ8. This windshield meets/exceeds the intended functionality, which is to deflect wind around the rider. This is a 2 piece system in which you can raise/lower the outer piece based on your height and posture on your bike. This windshield is much bigger than it looks and performs exceptionally well by re-directing the wind over my head and shoulders. You can also detach the outer piece and ride with the base piece.
I recommend you enter your bike info in revzilla to see what revzilla offers for your bike both bike specific options and universal options. I would also youtube windscreens you're interested in and watch other riders who use the screen at high speeds and give their feedback. If need be, I can share some images of how this universal windscreen is mounted to my bike. I found out I was the first one to use this kit on a FZ8. I was a bit nervous it would not work but everything worked out fine.Jul 16, 2015