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post #1 of 673 Old 01-27-2014, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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@rkevwill How do you make a small fortune in racing?
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@rkevwill How do you make a small fortune in racing?
By taking a big fortune, and going racing!
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I ordered a standard screen from eBay and put the saw into it. The result is very effective from 100 mph and reduces the fuel costs.
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I fitted a Givi I had in the garage.
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pettefar - what model Givi did you use and what work did you have to do to fit that screen....do the standard attachments work or is something required, etc...
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A660 Givi Universal - I used the supplied brackets. T'was a bit of a fiddle and I had to move the controls around a smidge but it all worked OK. Cost £92 from Amazon.co.uk.

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Thanks so much for the quick response and info...much appreciated
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I fitted a Givi I had in the garage.
This is really great. Any chance you could post a photo or two of the bars/ fixing points? Would like to see how much you had to move controls and how this fairing attaches.

What a great solution and alternative to the over-priced (albeit very nice, Bose) Wunderlich wind fairing/ cash disposal unit.
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A660 Givi Universal - I used the supplied brackets. T'was a bit of a fiddle and I had to move the controls around a smidge but it all worked OK. Cost £92 from Amazon.co.uk.

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Looks almost like you could make the 9T a tourer with that screen. Although many seem to make it a tourer with the Wunderlich cafe, or totally naked.
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