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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-30-2020, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for 2016 Stock Windscreen

I recently bought a new-to-me 2016 FJR1300ES that came with an tall aftermarket windscreen. I'm not really a fan of it and would like to try a stock windscreen. I'm guessing any 2016 and up will fit since there haven't been any changes made in those years. Please correct me if I am wrong.

I looked through some recent ads first and have reached out to one member, but they haven't gotten back to me.

Thanks in advance!

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Esblow, anything 2013 & newer should work fine. Any idea of what you have ?

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I have the stock screen off my 2013 still just sitting in the garage since I put my Yam. Touring screen on. I am willing to sent it to you to try for, say, a month. Then you can return it or buy it for, say. $75.
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..."I have the stock screen off my 2013 still just sitting in the garage since I put my Yam. Touring screen on. I am willing to sent it to you to try for, say, a month. Then you can return it or buy it for, say. $75."


Good man right there JohnC. Good on you. I like the cut of your jib.
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I have the stock screen off my 2013 still just sitting in the garage since I put my Yam. Touring screen on. I am willing to sent it to you to try for, say, a month. Then you can return it or buy it for, say. $75.
Hey, JohnC

Sefto is right, that is a very solid offer. I never heard back from the guy offering his windscreen for sale, after many attempts, so if this offer still stands I'm interested.

Not sure what I currently have on the bike. There arent any identifying names or part numbers.

Thanks

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Hey, JohnC

Sefto is right, that is a very solid offer. I never heard back from the guy offering his windscreen for sale, after many attempts, so if this offer still stands I'm interested.

Not sure what I currently have on the bike. There arent any identifying names or part numbers.

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Post a picture of what you have, we can probably ID it.

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I recently bought a new-to-me 2016 FJR1300ES that came with an tall aftermarket windscreen. I'm not really a fan of it and would like to try a stock windscreen. I'm guessing any 2016 and up will fit since there haven't been any changes made in those years. Please correct me if I am wrong.

I looked through some recent ads first and have reached out to one member, but they haven't gotten back to me.

Thanks in advance!
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Thanks to everyone for the replys and PM's. Sorry I've been on the fence about keeping the tall screen I have on my '16 ES and looking for a stock one as well. I havent been able to do much riding lately because cold temps make me lazy, but I have decided that the tall screen is more than I need and I would prefer a stock screen instead.

I'm not sure the brand or model of the tall screen I have but I'll include a picture incase someone more familiar than me can identify it.

If anyone would like to trade my tall screen for your stock one let me know and I'll box it up. I'm assuming we would each keep our mounting hardware, but again, those more familiar might be able to educate me.

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I have the MamaYama Touring Windshield on my bike. If you have one, as you sit on the bike, you will see an "FJR" etched onto the screen down by the left mirror. On the lower right, you should see "DOT 202, AS6 M45".


It is about 4" taller and about 1" wider than the stock one.
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I have the MamaYama Touring Windshield on my bike. If you have one, as you sit on the bike, you will see an "FJR" etched onto the screen down by the left mirror. On the lower right, you should see "DOT 202, AS6 M45".
Hi JohnC, I have looked and there arent any manufacturers markings at all on the wind screen. All I have are the pictures above to try to identify it.

Thanks!

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