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post #11 of 36 Old 03-15-2010, 09:08 PM
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post #12 of 36 Old 03-15-2010, 11:11 PM
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Tall screen on 2003

I tried a tall screen on my 03 but the buffeting was unbelieveable right from the start!
I like the protection but can't stand the buffeting, has anyone found a solution for this?
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Or you have a choice...

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True. That is a good deal though. Obviously, there are many other choices.




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True. That is a good deal though. Obviously, there are many other choices.
What post are you referring to?

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Dude, the one you quoted me on. Look up.




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Dude, the one you quoted me on. Look up.
Then I don't understand "That is a good deal though."

Using the Quote function helps.

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Then I don't understand "That is a good deal though."

Using the Quote function helps.
You posted a link to a site with higher prices than the one I originally put up. Here's how it went down.

I posted link to a good deal but only one model.

You emphasized the importance of choice and put a link to a vendor with more models but higher prices.

I said, yes, lots of choices, but this was a good price.

I have no investment in either of these vendors.




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Did you chop down your front fender and, if so, how did that work out? Your photobucket pix look good.
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Front Fender Chop

I could not tell if this question was directed at me, but yes, I chopped my fender and it made a world of difference.

http://s627.photobucket.com/albums/t...20Stock%20KLR/

I now ride at highway speeds with confidence. No fighting the uninhibited erratic flexing of the spearhead shaped airbrake that Kawasaki installed. I have hit speeds of 95 and long periods at 75 with no issues anymore.

I have ridden in both light and torrential rain and have not experienced any downside resulting from the removal of the few square inches of plastic.
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