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post #1 of 8 Old 01-09-2020, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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Touring screen setup

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Just wondering if there was ever something available, other than the double bubble screen, to lift the airflow a bit higher? The flow currently hits my shoulders, which is nice to keep a bit of weight of my wrists, but it then also hits the bottom of my helmet which makes it super noisy.

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post #2 of 8 Old 01-09-2020, 06:57 AM
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You don't say which model you have.

https://www.skidmarx.co.uk/screen-he...i/models-zx12r Long flip up if an A model.

or this if a B model.

https://www.bikehps.com/acatalog/Kaw...ns.html#a40377 Which is what I have fitted to my B4.

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Thanks yorkie...it's an A1

Does the flip up screen make a big difference?

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I have a long flip up on my zx-9r C2 and love it as my full bagster sit just below and behind it, it also lets the bike slip through the air a lot quicker and easier. On the zx12 the Adjustable MRA screen is nice as it just brakes the air flow up over the screen.

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Is there a drastic difference in the screen between the A and B models? Any reason the MRA spoiler won't work on my MRA double bubble?
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Screens are very different between A's and B's, and I couldn't find a flip-up for my B so that's why I went for the MRA with the extra adjustable part.
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Screens are very different between A's and B's, and I couldn't find a flip-up for my B so that's why I went for the MRA with the extra adjustable part.
I'm sporting a MRA flip-up screen but it came with the bike. Guess the more years go by it's more and more difficult to find accessoires from quality brands for a bike this old. I'll say MRA is top quality stuff.
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Screens are very different between A's and B's, and I couldn't find a flip-up for my B so that's why I went for the MRA with the extra adjustable part.
Simply sums it up.
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