1996-2002 TRIUMPH - MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURER WINDSHIELD (NATIONAL CYCLE F16 & F18 SPORT/TOUR-STYLE MOTORCYCLE WINDSHIELD)

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Product #: 12601G Brand: National Cycle
Customer Rating: 4 of 5 stars
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4 out of 5
Good for the price, but far from perfect
April 21, 2010
Anonymous
Location: East Lyme CT
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Once a Year
"I belong to a bike forum with people who have the same bike as I do, a 2000 Kawasaki ZR7. I needed a little something to get the wind off of me, but didn't want to go big or expensive. The windscreen works as it should, keeps the wind off my chest and at 65mph its very nice, anything over that, the wind starts from the chin. Its really easy to install, I don't see a need to the supplemental installation kit. Its have some movement, it wiggles and shakes over lower speed bumps and wind, once on the highway it has some movement, but otherwise stable."
Pros: Price
Cons: shakes on bumps and at lower speeds.
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Nice windshield
December 29, 2009
Anonymous
Location: Canada
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"I got the F16 for my 2003 Suzuki GS 500, although the item specifications said it fit up to 02 I took a chance and it does fit the 03.
Looks great and the hardest part of the install was taking off and putting back the headlight to the housing. The bracket has a small space between the lexan and the bracket, I was a little afraid to tighten it fully thinking the windshield would pop. but it holds it in place.
I think anybody wanting a cheap windshield for a bike without one should get this product."
Pros: Light, fairly flexible, half hour install
Cons: space
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4 out of 5
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F-16
July 13, 2008
kwilliby
Location: Omaha, NE
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? First Time
"The F-16 looks great on my SV650. It was fairly easy to install. But when installed with included hardware the shield would not stay in place. I had to make two plastic bushings about 1/4" thick to act as a spacer between the shield bracket and the shield. This enabled me to tighten the mounting screw tightly and helps keep the shield in place. It still isn't perfect but better. National should design a better mounting bracket to keep the shield solid and secure.
Overall I'm happy with it. It does look very nice.
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Pros: Looks great on the bike. Easy to install.
Cons: Mounting hardware doesn't secure the shield very well on my SV650.
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