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Old 11-24-2005, 07:09 PM   #1
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PUIG Double Bubble Windshield

Anyone know if these are any good? Let me know. Thanks
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Not bad, they're a little thicker than the others but good quality, decent optics.


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I heard that thicker was better.. that not true?
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Old 11-24-2005, 08:51 PM   #4
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I've seen them and they look great. They are probably one of the better windscreens on the market.
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Old 11-24-2005, 11:01 PM   #5
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I have one on mine and it's great. It has good wind protection and looks cool too.
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j14 has a Zero Gravity DB on his and it looks like the Puig IMO. he has a 05 zx636r
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Old 11-24-2005, 11:43 PM   #7
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zero gravity is a good brand too and it does look like the puig.
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those skinny windshields break easy, the thicker the better!!
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i have it on my and they are thicker then zero gravity, thicker and better also it is a bit cheaper too.
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ok.. i ordered it on ebay.. I think i got a good price on it. about $70. not too shabby i think. thx for all your help! ;D David sorry i missed poker.. i REALLY wanted to go, but my girl decided that i needed to spend time with her..lol next time though i am down.. i LOVE poker.. especially when it involves drinking
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ok.. i ordered it on ebay.. I think i got a good price on it. about $70. not too shabby i think. thx for all your help! ;D David sorry i missed poker.. i REALLY wanted to go, but my girl decided that i needed to spend time with her..lol next time though i am down.. i LOVE poker.. especially when it involves drinking
two things,
carfull if yours has those cheap plastic screws, they round easily, 2nd use a small piece of tape to hold the like backside screw holder fasteners deals in place.
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can i jsut use locktite?
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can i jsut use locktite?
ASSuming yours is like mine, lock tight wont do a thing..

on the screen itself it has holes for these "i guess you can call them nuts" on one end its wider than the whole in the screen preventing it to be pulled threw, but it wont stay in the whole on its own. so you need to tape the backside so that they wont fall out when trying to insert the screen then screw it down.
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The GSXR has steel trim screws with well nuts backing them up.
You should be able to reuse the well nuts. Don't use any thread locking compound.
My best advise is actually not to overtighten the screws.

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