The Puig screen is significantly shorter?
Please do provide a review, I too am considering replacing my original screen as it's turned yellow from being expossed to UVA & UVB, plus some how it's been developing micro cracks.
No problem.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282337482963?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AITValue for money
: At Â£87, it was a bargain. At the price it is back up to on Fleabay (Â£143) it's reasonable value.Quality
Decent quality - on a par with the GIVI. Fitting
I did have to find a longer bolt for the bottom mount, but overall all it fitted easilyStyle
I actually quite like the smoke effect. It's not too dark and it sets off well against the white paintwork. It's taller and more upright but narrower and it changes the whole mood of the bike from quite aggressive (for a scooter!) to quite laid back.Function - 1
Right, it's better than the GIVI overall (for me) as the screen sits about 2" higher....but.... I'm 5'10 and if I sit up properly I can see over and if I slouch I have to look through it. That's ok, but sometimes the top lip of the screen is bouncing up and down in front of your eyes. I found it a bit off putting on the short trip I have taken, but I can either A: get used to it or B: Sit up properly. What it does do is make you look past the top of the screen to the road much further ahead. Which, if you watch the likes of MotoGP, is what the best riders in the world do.Function - 2
It's much, much quieter than the GIVI. It reminds me of a faired BMW R80 I rode many years ago. Just a bubble of relative silence - apart from the motor droning away of course. Visor up scooting around is no problem.
Before - the GIVI
After - Puig
(yes, I have now taken the warning sticker of the front
Let me know if there is anything esle