Puig Touring Windscreen Triumph Tiger 800 / XC 2011-2015
Big improvement over original windshield
This windshield has done what I was hoping for.
The wind noise in my helmet has been reduced dramatically and I also have less wind on my shoulders.
After a four hour ride in driving rain, it also does a good job at directing the rain over my helmet.
Overall a great product and less expensive than the Triumph tall windshield.
June 29, 2015
Love this screen. Breaks the wind perfectly for me. I'm 5'9".
Love the smoke. Looks great on the bike.
Install was easy on my 2014 Tiger 800 ABS.
Shipping was super fast ... almost like, "How'd they do that?" Bugs Bunny mail.
June 9, 2015
Great for the Price
Installs as easy as they say. The hardest part was taking the old grommets out of the factory shield. Overall wasn't too bad. Took about 15-20 minutes. The shield looks great and has reduced the fluttering significantly, but hasn't eliminated it. Its adjustable, so someone like me at 6'2" can find the right position for it. For its height, it still looks very edgy and sporty. It does scratch easy. When I installed it, the end of the ratchet was rubbing on the inside of the shield while I was tighten it. When I was done, the 2" area of travel from the ratchet was scratched on the shield.
April 6, 2015
Easy installation but make sure you tighten all bolts. Lost two on the first ride. I love how this screen looks on the Tiger and how adjustable it is. It really does a good job of moving the wind off of my head. I would recommend this to anyone.
December 3, 2014
Very nice and excellent quality of the product! Just perfect and as mentioned.
November 24, 2014
Exactly as advertised, if not better.
What more can I say. The wind screen arrived in light speed - thanks Revzilla - it was a snap to install, looks great and does an excellent job of wind deflection. Riding at 34 degrees was almost comfortable and there was no buffeting. Love ti.
November 24, 2014
Functional & Stylish
Works great to remove buffeting I had with both OEM shields (original and high). Not too tall to inhibit sight. Smoke color looks great, not too dark or too light. Installation is simple. Also very easy to adjust the shield angle. Finally, it fits the form of the bike and looks better than other shields.
May 28, 2014
2013 Triumph Tiger 800XC-Puig Touring wind screen with optional clip on visor
I had already tried to modify the stock screen with other clip on/ adhesive accessories without any luck. It was just too short for my height. 6 ft 1 in. 34 inseam. This new touring windscreen with the optional clip on visor is the perfect set up for this bike. It still allows me to look over the screen with the suggested 50 foot clear view to the road surface ahead. I'd guess I can see the road 25-30 feet ahead without looking through the screen. There is some air that sneaks past the right and left sides of the screen, but it doesn't hit my helmet and only adds air on my upper arms and shoulders. Which is perfect for me. If I want no air on me, I drive the cage. I also got a chance to use the screen in the rain. It did a great job of allowing the rain to go mostly over my helmet. some splashed back but hey, it was raining. No rain = drive the cage! Using the variable height adjustment, it only took 2 small adjustments to find what works for me. I'd say about 60 degree angle. maybe a little more. the only downside to this screen is that the adjustment handles must be very tight in strong headwinds to keep the screen from slipping down. The headwinds we were caught in were 35-45 MPH gusting to 50. At 65 MPH, that is air hitting the screen at about 100-110 MPH. The screen does have some flex in it as it is kind of tall and lean on the sides. But that never changed mounting bolt tightness or affected the screen in any way. I now have over 1000 miles on it and it just plain Works! The last benefit is that I was able to ride about 500 miles with barely a bug on the face shield. The screen did pretty good too. Using a great non-abrasive acrylic cleaner/polish (Brillianize)_ keeps the screen slippery keeping bugs from committing suicide and rain collects a lot less.
May 6, 2014