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Givi AF330 Airflow Windscreen BMW R1200GS
This stylish, well-constructed replacement windscreen features improved height and shape with top-notch quality. Mounts in minutes using stock fasteners. Features clear tint and precision-cut shape. Overall height is 21.5" (750mm); maximum width is 23.6" (600mm), approximately 4 inches (10cm) taller than the original screen. Specific sliding wind-screen, transparent, complete with fitting kit. Maximum height 78 cm (12 cm of extension) width 58 cm
AIRFLOW is the most versatile Givi windshield to date.
The adjustable spoiler allows the rider on the fly to easily and quickly make adjustments. Made of transparent polycarbonate, the adjustable spoiler is infinitely adjustable along the 4.7" (12cm) of travel. Once the desired setting has been selected a simple and secure clamp will keep it in place.
The design of the AIRFLOW system creates an aerodynamic effect that eliminates turbulence, allowing for maximum protection from wind thus reducing rider fatigue.
Another important feature is the ability to reduce AIRFLOW to the rider to increase driving safety while raining: the "spoiler effect" reduces and, can at times, eliminate rain from collecting on the visor and reducing vision. During the warmer days the AIRFLOW spoiler, can easily be removed allowing travel with only the lower part of the windshield as well.
Please Note: Fit Kit is included with this windscreen.
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|Product Style Givi AF330 Airflow Windscreen BMW R1200GS 2004-2012||RevZilla Item #760635||MFR. Product #AF330||AvailabilityIn Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
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Reviews & Questions
Instructions aside, this is a high quality, functional aftermarket part. The build quality and materials appear to be top notch. The fitment on my GS is superb – no sloppiness nor precariously tight fitting pieces. It simply goes together perfectly and feels as if the bike came with this windscreen from the factory. While underway at high speeds, the reduced noise / wind buffeting is night and day from stock. I haven’t taken any long rides with this Givi yet, but on my 16 mile freeway commute to work, I have far less helmet noise and wind exposure. I feel I could comfortably ride 8+ hours in a single day without ear plugs, something I would never even think about doing before. The height adjustment of the secondary windscreen is effortless. I would not recommend trying to do it while riding, though you could safely and easily adjust it at a stoplight – it takes around 10 seconds. Just release the two tabs, slide the screen up or down, and push the tabs back to lock them into place. I started at the lowest setting (thinking that it both looked better and provided superior aerodynamics in this position) and made micro-adjustments upward until I achieved maximum wind protection (I’m 6’3” with boots on and the screen is about 2 inches above lowest setting).
I’ll end by saying I have no other aftermarket windscreen experience with my GS, so I cannot compare this part to the likes of Wunderlich and Touratech. At this price point, however, I don’t know why you would even consider buying the aforementioned as I do not believe another manufacturer will be able to top the Givi’s functionality. Also, check out Twisted Throttle – they sell it for over $100 less than Revzilla.
Until this screen I used the Wunderlich Vario screen. Both another buddy of mine and I had the Vario screen on our bike, but the mechanism for holding the top of the screen in position kept coming loose. The Givi screen does not have this problem. It has a very nice mechanism for holding the upper screen in a place.
This screen also does a great job of moving the air up and over. No more buffeting! I can now cruise down the interstate at 70-75 all day and it is nice and quite. I use an Arai X4 helmet and before this screen I would get buffeting and a vibration in the helmets beak. Now I can really enjoy cruising at I higher speeds if needed.
I have the screen positioned on one click from the bottom on the side adjusters. There is plenty of room behind the screen for my GPS even at this position.
I would recommend this screen to anyone, even taller guys/gals for their GS. I'm 5'10' and have the upper screen a little less than an inch from being all the way down. There is plenty of adjustment for taller riders.
I now have 4 screens on the shelf of my garage.
Original one is total crp. The Wunderlich ergo was an improvement but they've designed i wrong and the material was deteriating very was wich meant the screwholes kept getting bigger and bigger and a shakey, wobbely screen is the last thing you want. Then i used a CalSci screen wich looked like my grandpa's old scooter screen. It did not do much but totally im-balance my R1200GS. Last year i have been driving around with a MRA Vario screen but this was not perfect either.
Little cracks within a few months of driving.
Since a week i've fitted this GIVI Airflow screen and this is a whole different ballgame! SILENCE after all these years and mega comfort. Perfect adjustment system with quicklocks instead of a few flimsey screws. I am really really impressed!
The installation instructions are semi useless, but if you look at it a while you can figure it out.
I am 6'2" with a 34" inseam.
I used it through a record setting rainstorm (Beaumont, TX on 31 Dec 16) and under temperatures ranging from the high 20's to the low 50's the next week. While eventually having to stop in the rain due to poor visibility, the windscreen did well as with light rain most was directed over my visor. (Its most effective when going directly into the wind). Its actually easier to see through then the stock model - I realize we don't usually look through the windscreen, but it provides a less distorted image. In the cold it helped but as the wind was mostly from the side it was still cold. Overall there is a great deal less wind noise - even with winds from the side.
The installation directions are not great. You do need to carefully remove (And save) all the bolts and mounting hardware from the original windscreen. (I temporarily lost a T nut) so be sure when you remove the original you expect some parts to drop on the floor)! If you look at what you have and ignore the directions you'll be fine.
As a plus, I like the way it looks. You don't see them that often so it makes your bike stand out a bit. But its so much better than the original - the weight of the material is heavier, very stable at interstate speeds - highly recommended!
get it i promises will not be disappointed
By far the best upgrade so far on my 07 BMW GSA.
Ear plugs hardly needed now. Can ride with shield up at 70mph (not recommended).
Took a few adjustments to find the sweet spot.....
I also like that when I'm riding gravel roads etc, I can lower the screen almost out of my vision to better see what's directly in front of me and have a more open feel.