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Puig Racing Windscreen KTM 690 Duke 2012-2014
Bought this windscreen for a KTM 690 Duke. Naked, you start really feeling the wind over 65-70 mph. This screen is small enough and well-styled enough that it doesn't detract from the overall look of the bike, but I now have 3500 miles, including significant time at 80+ mph, and I am utterly amazed at how well it deflects the wind at any speed. I am 5' 10" tall and even at 80 mph, I can turn my head to change lanes and not get my head ripped off. I had a Madstad on my old bike, so I was bracing for disappointment with a very small screen, but didn't want to fundamentally change the appearance of the bike. This screen gives you the best of both worlds. It takes drilling the front headlight fairing on the bike, but overall is simple to install. Highly recommend this screen.
October 6, 2014
Great product, fast, efficient service
The relatively small size of this windshield belies its function. It is truly amazing at keeping a large amount of air off me. There is also no buffeting, as there often is with this type of product. In addition Revzilla are great to deal with, getting the product to me in Australia in a week.
July 7, 2014
Best screen out there for ktm 690 duke
Very pleased, even my dealer wanted to know about it. Clever how it compensates for the lip on the duke nacelle.
June 4, 2014
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Marty R:I have not tried to remove the sticker on my windscreen. However, it appears to be an ordinary sticker that could be easily removed. My guess is it would probably leave some sticky residue that would need to be cleaned up as well. Love the windscreen - looks good and deflects a modest amount of wind blast.Nov 25, 2014
David S:I don't see why not, although I have left mine on the screen. If removal was tried purely mechanically, there might be a small amount of damage doen to the screen. Maybe a bit of mild heat (hair dryer) would help. Thsis always worked for me previously.Nov 24, 2014