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Puig Clip-On Windscreen Visor

Add additional wind protection to you existing windscreen with the Puig Clip-On Windscreen Visor.

Features:

  • Multi adjustable visor offers peronalized wind protection
  • Cip-on system allows mounting without and any drilling
  • Mounts on shields between 3mm and 5mm thick

Dimensions:

  • SM - 23cm x 9cm with a clamp width of 16cm
  • MD - 25cm x 10cm with a clamp width of 20cm
  • LG - 31.5cm x 10cm with a clamp width of 22cm

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

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Puig Clip-On Windscreen Visor 4.6 5 20 20
Solves at least one problem... The FJ-09, as you may or may not know, has a horrific wind noise/buffeting problem that Yamaha has refused to acknowledge. The forums have 30+ page threads about alternatives and methods to make the bike livable. Hoping to not spend a minimum of $200 for a new windscreen, I tried out the Puig visor. The good news is that it definitely 'cleans up' the air coming off the stock screen. The buffeting at ear level is now greatly reduced. The bad(ish) news is that the wind noise is still pretty significant, but it's a whole lot better than it was before. With earplugs (I know, I know) it's a pretty good ride overall. But when I stand on the pegs, it gets a LOT quieter, so I'm still searching for a reasonable solution to this issue. In the meantime, the Puig visor is a great help. July 27, 2015
Puig Clip on spoiler large. Tiger 800XC Excellent I bought the Puig touring windscreen first for the Tiger 800XC which was a good improvement over stock but I still had lots of air hitting the top of my helmet (my height 5'8") which caused a lot of wind noise. This thing works great, even in the low position it works well and I can still see over it, in position two and three up its excellent. No wind noise and I still get some air to keep me cool in hot weather. I highly recommend it. If you buy the Puig touring screen, buy it with the spoiler installed. July 7, 2015
Works well, easy installation I purchased this visor to help alleviate buffeting on an FJ-09 when using the Ermax touring screen. (The stock FJ-09 screen was so noisy it was unusable in my opinion.) The Puig visor significantly reduced buffeting, making it well worthwhile. I don't get completely clean air but it's far, far less noisy than the stock screen and a substantial improvement over the Ermax alone. Installation was very easy. The only issue I had is that the instructions do not indicate how you should adjust the position of the visor once mounted. It appears at first blush that there are screw adjustments on the pivots, but in fact these aren't useful for adjusting. I spoke with Puig and they say to gently push the visor to the desired detent. June 16, 2015
Really cut the wind noise! I was trying to find a good way to cut the wind noise in my helmet without having to by a new windshield. This visor was a great solution. It truly cuts the wind noise down and it takes out a few more bugs. I found it easy to install and holds up well even under interstate speeds. Very happy overall. June 1, 2015
Very easy to install. Owned it for 3 weeks and while adjusting the angle the a main piece came apart and the inner mechanism fell out. Do not adjust while riding. I bought a medium, probably should have gone to a large. June 1, 2015
What a nice addition for my NC700x This Puig windscreen visor is absolutely beautiful on my bike. It performs-and does direct more wind pressure away. The settings are very stiff-so I have it at the factory default setting. Another setting could make performance better-but the default setting is an awesome setting. It is very easy to install. Lay detail towels around the working area -to protect the paint. ( In case a tool drops out of your hand etc.) And as you know, do not over tighten. It is very secure at speeds of 85mph. I haven't been faster, since i don't want a ticket. It is very well made. So far, I am very happy. May 11, 2015
The perfect combo for the Puig screen With this clip on visor I can adjust to my desire to elimiate any buffeting, for me it worked all the way up and inclined to the back. Great purchase May 4, 2015
Great for tall riders I am 6'4", Ducati Multistrada 2013. Even with a large Cee Bailey's windshield, I was still getting terrible wind and buffeting. Adding this visor made a night and day difference. Highly recommended. Fairly easy to install, just remember to loosen the clamping screws to adjust the position of the vent. April 17, 2015
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Puig Clip-On Windscreen Visor
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jerry T: At 6ft tall needed just a hair more wind protection, now i can ride with half helm and glasses with no issues on the NC700X Jun 18, 2015
T O: Review the applicable reviews, hoping to reduce wind turbulents.... Jun 12, 2015
S H: universal, transferable to other bikes. May 26, 2015
James L P: Works well for me. Finding your wind/flow zone is a personal project but I'm satisfied with this in combination with my screen and bike. Lots of tweaking between screen position and the visor but am now 'in the zone'. Apr 27, 2015
Tim G: Curiosity mainly but am very glad I purchased it. Deflects just enough wind off the chest area but allows sufficient flow across helmet. No buffeting at all. Just clean flow. Apr 21, 2015
Thomas Ryan D: I bought this in effort to help with the buffeting and wind noise on my Multistrada 1100S. It had a marginal affect. Apr 21, 2015
Robert K: Needed additional wind protection using the OEM screen Apr 13, 2015
Gene P: I read the positive reviews here Jan 18, 2015
Michael M: It seems to be the only product of its type to satisfy my demanding requirements. Aug 26, 2014
Doug M: I borrowed one and like it. May 20, 2014
Ty R: Have a honda nc700x with givi touring windscreen. I am 6' and ride with full face helmet. I had a tremendous amount of wind buffeting. It smacked right into my face shield and knocked my head about if I wasn't keeping my neck stiff. I could find a pocket of quiet just 3-4" beneath where I was, So I purchased this with the hopes it would deflect the wind over my helmet. And it worked like a charm. I'm thrilled with it. The only downside is now it is a warmer ride because the air is so still ! May 14, 2014
dan s: chose this because of the numerous mounting positions May 11, 2014
Thomas B: I am 6'1" and buffeting from my givi windshield is bothering me and on line reviews lead me to this as a potential solution May 10, 2014
Snorre Kveim : Still some buffeting on the large windscreen. This will hopfully be the last resort. Apr 23, 2014
David H: added to my puig Nc700x windscreen adjustable wind projection yeah buddy quiet calm ride Mar 3, 2014
Cody M: Great screen spoiler. Put this on my 800GS and it pushed the wind turbulence just over my helmet. Im 5'9" and I have the low seat on the GS. Great Product, great build quality. Feb 7, 2014
A shopper asked: I have a stock windscreen on my Honda CB500X - 2014. Am looking for something to raise my total (vertical) wind deflection height. Which size would be most effective for this bike and will it make a huge difference at that height of windscreen ? (I am 6'1" tall).

(Other tall windscreens are not currently available, so I am exploring the visor).
Mar 13, 2014
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Phil S: I'm a CB500X rider as well. I think it will help, but you might even want to go further.

I replaced the stock CB500X screen with the Puig Touring Screen. It makes a big difference. I'm now about to order this clip-on as well for extra protection for longer trips. Both are available here on Revzilla.
Sep 3, 2014
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David H: It will certainly help ...by giving extended hieght and optional positioning Mar 14, 2014
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David P asked: Any idea if this will fit an Aprilia Futura screen? Aug 8, 2014
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Ron F: Looking at images of a aprilia futura on-line, I dont see why it would'nt work. It comes pre-assembled and all you have to do is slide the clamps down on your windshield & tighten the fasteners.(fits most normal thickness w/s) It has adjustments for up and down and also for the angle of the visor itself. It works well for me on my ADV bike. It comes in three widths. I have the middle width(250mm). Depending on how wide and strong your windshield is you may even want the widest one. Hope this helps. Aug 10, 2014
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Gary L: Not a 100% sure but is really versatile. Fits on my k75 with a nation cycle shield and also on my 09 Klr 650 with a Cee bailey shield.
Nice unit.
Gary
Aug 8, 2014
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Jaime D: The smaller lenght sizes should fit, but the longer which is the most effective it may not fit properly due to the curvature in the windscreen Aug 8, 2014
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Ron T: I fitted it to a Honda Deauville and it works great, but I think it would fit just about any bike with a reasonable size screen. Aug 9, 2014
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Greg T: I do not know I put it on a 2014 KTM 1190 Adventure R but the mounts to pivot so it is fairly adjustable. Aug 8, 2014
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Paulo V: Yes. The pivots are adaptable.! Aug 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit on my OEM fly-screen on my Moto Guzzi Griso 1100? May 22, 2015
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Jeremy C: It's a universal clip-on, so as long as you have a little more than the clamp width, I don't see why not. May 22, 2015
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Phil D: I believe it fits any screen so long as it's curved.
And it is most effective!
May 22, 2015
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Joel S: I'm not sure about your especific bike, but there are three visor sizes. You should measure your bike's screen and check which one will match. I did that. My bike: F800 GS (touring screen). Good luck. May 22, 2015
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Reginald H: No idea. Was designed for a Puig, and that's what I put it on. Ask them, because as I recall, they keep some info about what fits what. May 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will it fit a Harley davidson 18 inch quick release compact windshield? May 20, 2015
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David H: I would advise against this product mine lasted me about 1500 miles . the joint mechanism that allows adjustments is made of plastic , it separated on me while driving sending it flopping . I would opp for the givi adustjable its made of metal and almost all extenders will work on almost any windscreen for any type of bike May 20, 2015
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David H: I would advise against this product mine lasted me about 1500 miles . the joint mechanism that allows adjustments is made of plastic , it separated on me while driving sending it flopping . I would opp for the givi adustjable its made of metal and almost all extenders will work on almost any windscreen for any type of bike May 20, 2015
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T O: It will most likely fit. The section that it actually clamps onto is 8" wide or less and it has a lot of adjustability. Good thing is if you get it and it doesn't fit, Revzilla is great about returns. May 20, 2015
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Dave C: I have no idea. That's a question for Puig. May 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: How to adjust that "multi-adjustable-mounting"? Those screws on both sides won't budge! Is there any trick to do that properly?! Sep 5, 2014
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Frank S: Those are not screws, they are pivot points The adjustment is made by handling the parts and moving them through the detentes, which can be pretty stiff. Do this BEFORE mounting on the bike. The parts rotate 180 degrees up and down on both pivot. Get them in the position you want, then attach to the bike Sep 5, 2014
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gary r: Mount the unit as the instructions show. This will give it a somewhat firm base,---attached to the main windscreen,---just grasp, with your thumb on the gas tank side, about the middle of the Puig,---and the other four fingers over the top,---, on the outside,--- do a 'twist/flip' toward you, or if you want the Puig out, twist it forward. You are working against a 'detent (sp?) spring, and it will snap into about 3 easy positions with one of the adjustment arms. The other one 3 positions was more difficult, so me being a tall guy, I installed it in the tallest position, and just enjoy the 3 positions mentioned above.'
I learned THOSE ARE SNAPS, NOT ADJUSTMENT LOOSENING SCREWS ON THE SMALL ARMS.

By the way, if you force it too much, one of the 'arms' will come apart, but with magnified reading glasses due to the small parts, I then 'snapped' it back together, BUT BEFORE I put it together, I used silicone GREASE, and coated the 'gear wheels' inside. It moves easier, but a tedious challenge to put back together.
Sep 5, 2014
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Jin P: You just push/pull. It's meant to be stiff so it won't shift in the wind at highway speed. They have detents that click into position like your helmet visor. There is no screw. Once you tighten this sucker down firmly, you don't you iv any screw unless you want to remove it. Sep 5, 2014
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Dean C: if you mean #2 in the installation pdf, you don't need to loosen the screw. Just rotate the peanut to adjust height and angle by hand. Sep 5, 2014
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Mauricio C asked: will it fit the ktm 1190 adv (not the R model) with the big windshield (the smoked one original from ktm) ? I have this concern because it has a small curve at the top Mar 3, 2015
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Carlos O: Hi,
I installed this one in a Triumph Explorer XC, and it works worderfully! I will say that it will not fir in your 1190, because of that curve at the top. you will have to go with the one that you have perforate the windshield.
regards,
Mar 4, 2015
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Paul A: It will fit. If you have concerns you can always double check directly from the vendors site puigusa. I always order from Revizilla because of trust. But the puigusa site states it will fit. May not look the best with the curve but it will work. Mar 4, 2015
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Thomas B: Used this product dor the last 12 month ans love it. I am 6'2" and even with the tall givi windshield i still needed more heigth. I highly recommend this product, it works Mar 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2014 BMW S1000R with the optional BMW windshield. I'm looking for maximum wind protection. Which size should I get?
Thanks Doug
Jan 19, 2015
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Paul A: IMHO these type of windscreens are to reduce buffeting because of the ability to have this portion angled differenlty than the mounted existing windscreen. It does add some additional wind protection for sure. For your question bigger is better but may not look good. I purchased the smallest one and wished I would have gone one size up for the width not so much the height. This screen decreased my buffeting as desired so I was still satisfied with the results. I placed it on the back side of the windshield instead of on the front side. I believe the mounts are all pretty close to the center so if you got the largest one it would mount but would hang out the sides. Measure twice buy once. Good luck. Jan 23, 2015
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Scott M: The biggest possible. I used the Medium on a 2008 klr650, it worked ok for me but i'm 5'-9", any taller than that you might be in trouble. The adjustability is fantastic which also allows to you adjust the Large size to have the same effect as the Small. My experience won't translate directly because the klr650 has a more up right ridding position compared to the s1000r. In the end i wish i had bough the large. Jan 20, 2015
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Terry G: Can't remember the size I bought from Revzilla (they should know) it fit perfectly on a 2007 GS1200 and significantly reduced wind and chatter on my helmet visor. Jan 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2013 KLR 650 with a ZG Double Bubble screen - Im looking for a little more wind protection on the hwy. Would this fit? The screen has some curvature, not flat. May 22, 2014
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T O: I just purchased one of these for an FZ6R that has a zero gravity double bubble windshield and there are pivot points at the clip and at the plexi on this product. So it will change its angle to fit the screen. I haven't got a chance to try it on the highway yet but it looks like it will work well. May 22, 2014
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Ron F: Looking at a picture of your ZG windshield online, it looks like it should work. I have my puig visor on a tall kawasaki w/shield on my KLR and it is slightly curved also. The puig visor has some adjustability built in to it , so I think you would be fine. May 24, 2014
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Thomas B: I highly recommend. I have a versys650 and i am 6'1" and struggled with the wind buffeting even with the tall Givi windscreen. I juat completed a 1500 mile highway trip amd pleased to report the buffeting is gone. I would not heaitate to buy or recommend. May 24, 2014
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A S asked: Realize this product is universal but wonder how well will it fit a Puig New Gen windscreen for a Honda CB500F given the shape of the windscreen? Jun 2, 2015
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Tom L: This clamping mechanism is adjustable side to side to fit most if not all shaped windshields. The main consideration should be given to the width of the windshield for a secure connection with the clamps. I have my small puig clip on my 15 Kawasaki versys, the OEM windshield is approx 8 inches across at the top, so have plenty of room for the puig visor whose clamps are spaced approx 6.5 inches across. Hope that helps. Jun 2, 2015
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Paul C: Small or even a medium should fit. Jun 3, 2015
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DEMETRIO A T asked: for my f800 gs adventure, what is the perfect size? Mar 31, 2014
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Ron F: Demetrio, Using the measurments given for the different size visors, cut out a template of paper and hold up to the top of your windshield to get an idea of the right size for you and your particular bike. Things to consider are 1) looks
2) amount of protection 3) How strong is your w/s as there is more air pressure pushing at the top of the w/s at speed. I chose the middle option for my KLR and am pleased with it. I might have gone with largest, but wasnt sure how it would look and if it might be too much strain on it at speed. Plus we want to keep the adventure style looks too,right? :)
Apr 10, 2014
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Oleg R: Now I have Windshield Naked New Generation for BMW F800 R 2013 Puig on my bike. It is not enough for long trip. If I 'll install additional visor. May be anyone did have expirience? May 7, 2015
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Parker V asked: Doing a couple long distance trips this summer and wondering what size to get for a 13 zx6r? Jun 4, 2014
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Kent W: Irealy like my Puig Clip-on. I would recomend going with the larger 31 size to acheive max deflection and protection on the long trip. Jun 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit the 2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure stock windshield? Apr 23, 2014
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David H: Yes it is universal Apr 25, 2014
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