Installed the Puig Touring Windscreen for my 2018 FJR1300 today. - Yamaha FJR Forum : Yamaha FJR Owners Forums
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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-16-2020, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
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Installed the Puig Touring Windscreen for my 2018 FJR1300 today.



Swapped out today, haven't had a chance to ride with it yet but it's wider and significantly taller than the stock windscreen. Fit my 2018 perfectly, moved it through the full range of motion and it doesn't contact the mirrors or anything else. Hoping it'll cancel out a bit more wind and helmet buffeting so I can listen to my audible books on longer rides
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Any quality manufacturer’s shield will fit perfectly and not contact any part of the bike when down. This is a good screen. I like the protection on the sides. I use Cee Bailey, vstream, or the Yamaha touring shield. But I know folks with a lot of miles on Puig and they love them.
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Be sure to review once you get some seat time


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interesting design, hope it works out for you, although I dont know how anyone can pay attention to an e book and concenrate on riding at the same time . I can only do one, or the other.ol

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interesting design, hope it works out for you, although I dont know how anyone can pay attention to an e book and concenrate on riding at the same time . I can only do one, or the other.ol
Only listen to them on long highway rides, keeps me from getting bored. Otherwise I'm usually listening to music at a safe volume.

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Took it out for about 45min today, on the highway it make a decent difference in buffeting and wind noise. I'll write more after a couple months using it.
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Please review.



I have a 2018 FJR, 6'2 and tried the Puig and didn't like it. Way too much turbulence at high speed. Switched to the Yamaha touring windshield which is better. Curious what you think.
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Looks good!

One of the things I don't like about taller touring shields are aesthetics. This Puig looks good because it's also wider at the base so the proportions don't look off.

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Any quality manufacturer’s shield will fit perfectly and not contact any part of the bike when down. This is a good screen. I like the protection on the sides. I use Cee Bailey, vstream, or the Yamaha touring shield. But I know folks with a lot of miles on Puig and they love them.
I had a Cal Sci that didn't fit worth a **** on my 2016, hit the fairing too. Did you end up trying any of theirs?
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