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MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade
With the MRA X-Creen Tour Windscreen Spoiler Blade you have the best of both worlds. For highway riding the spoiler can be position at its highest setting for maximum wind protection and lowered for off road or urban riding conditions. The pivot arms feature locking switches which have been tested at Autobahn speeds to keep the spoiler in the desired position.
Good quality too much turbulence
This is a high quality and a well engineered product. I followed an excellent installation video on twisted throttle, but used Zilla credit for the purchase. I mounted the bolt on to a Ztechnik windscreen. It's very adjustable pitch and elevation and deflects the airflow about 12". Unfortunately, the arm causes to much pressure, twisting and flex of the original plexiglass for my comfort level. After two days I removed the MRA deflector fearing damage to the original. I'm leaving the hinge mounts on since I now have four drilled holes in my Ztechnik. Bummer.
October 9, 2014
Great addition to my 2013 CBR500RA
I'm 63 years old and I'm not going to ride tucked, so I was looking for a solution to the wind blasting and buffeting my head because of the CBR's sport style screen. I first tried a Laminar Lip but it didn't seem to help much, so I now have the MRA X Screen installed and it works great. I'm 5"10" and I can choose to have it tucked full down on the hotter days and lower speed "around town" rides, or raised to the point where the deflection from my helmet is way better at highway speeds.. It's adjustable to a variety of placements so you should be able to find a sweet spot for your particular height. I went ahead and hard mounted mine because if it hadn't worked I would have found a taller screen and changed out the stock one anyway.
September 29, 2014
A buffeting solution for tall riders
I'm 6'4" on a Triumph Tiger. Buffeting was horrendous given my tall frame on a standard windscreen. I've set up this spoiler to provide more laminar flow across my helmet. It's brought the buffeting line down to my shoulders instead of at my forehead. It's a great improvement but at my height, I wouldn't call it variable. I've only found one position so far in which is benefits my problem.
I recommend purchasing the bolt on vs the clamp on. You get a cleaner and more sound installation. The holes in the windscreen weren't a concern for me. Use a stepped drill bit vs a spiral bit during installation.
Overall, I recommend the product. For a tall rider, I believe it needs to be paired with a taller windscreen on your bike.
September 16, 2014
Installed on 12 Tenere. Nearly eliminated buffeting and wind noise. Doesn't look the greatest, but it works as advertised. I would put a drop of lube on moving parts during assembly.
August 25, 2014
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phil m: works great for my friend on 2 different bikes so should work for meOct 8, 2014
Michael P: Excellent reviews and the MRA website has a very thorough, "how too" video demo. I selected the bolt on because of a cleaner look and I suspect the wind pressure will be better distributed versus the clamp on. I just hope it's tall enough to force the airflow over my helmet.Sep 17, 2014
A shopper asked:What is the max height of the screen at its highest setting?Aug 25, 2014
A S:Not sure what you asked. The spoiler is about 6" tall, so you can install it to raise up from 0"-6" above your stock screen. You can make it go higher, but then you will have a gap between the stock screen and the spoiler.Aug 25, 2014