Puig Racing Windscreen Ducati Multistrada 1200 2013-2014
This windscreen looks & works great. The bottom holes are off just a little bit so you have to just get each bolt started by a thread or two before tightening down all the way.
March 29, 2016
Install took ten minutes
I had read other reviews about the fit of this with the Multistrada. I did not experience any of the same issues. It took me longer to get the grommets out of the old screen and into the new screen, but the holes lined up perfectly. I do need to purchase a new grommet as one was a bit torn up when I took it out. It would smash out when I tightened it so I put a drop of mineral oil on the surface between the mounting screw and the grommet and she snugged right down. Will get a chance to test the turbulence issues soon. In the meantime, I love the look of the windscreen as it makes the front look a bit more aggressive.
April 6, 2015
Very Nice Sport Screen
I bought this as a summer screen to get more aor flow onto my arms and shoulders during hot days but found that it reduces the turbulence I got from the OEM screen, but I also found I like it better in the cooler days too, but mainly because of the reduced buffeting. I have a Puig Touring screen that I will try on those dry but below freezing days we have in December. You do need to use the stock rubber grommets and as with the Sport screen the hole shapes in the Touring screen look like they were cut before the screen was formed as they are slightly mis-shaped, rather than the screen formed and the holes laser cut after forming. This is the reason I gave the screen a 4/5 because otherwise they are great pieces of equipment. I opted to buy spare grommets for both new screens from the local hardware store to avoid having to swap them out every time I wanted to change the screen.
November 30, 2014
Great looking replacement for the standard screen
I've now bought this for both of my Multistrada's in succession. It's half the size compared to the standard one but gives better wind protection: similar to to the stock one at low ( < 60 mph) speeds and same protection but less buffeting at higher speeds.
Fitment is a little tight at the bottom, and you need to use the rubber washers/mounts from the stock windscreen.
Color is a little purple-ish (true to the picture) and doesn't go quite as well with Matt Chrome or the silver of Grandturismo as it does with red.
August 11, 2014
Some fitment issues but nice overall
I got this screen in part for a different "look", as well as to see if it might cut down on some of the wind buffeting on my 2014 Multistrada. It has a nice, clean and racy appearance (I got light smoke for a red Multi). The wind buffeting is greatly reduced. I had read that a shorter windscreen on the MTS's seem to work well, and that has been my experience thus far (have maybe 300-400 miles running this screen at all sort of speeds and wind conditions). Only issue was fitment, which I have read about on other forums for Puig screens. The top two holes lined up fine, but the lower holes did not (too close together). I took a round file and widened each of the bottom holes slightly and was able to get the screen on. Since the grommets and bolts cover the holes well, there were no appearance issues. Pictures attached. And purchase/packing/shipping from Revzilla was great.
June 30, 2014