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Higher screen for a funduro 1995

Hello everyone,
My apologies if this is a repeated thread.

I have recently got a funduro and i'm loveing it. However it has a low screen on it and I'm suffering from a wind battering. Admittedly my helmet is in need of a renewal, but at speed of over 60mph it feel like my eardrums are being repeatedly slapped by tiny hands. Obviously better with earplugs.

Can someone help advise me on where to get a higher screen please. also I'm short on spondoolies so the cheaper the better.

Hope you can help.

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I used to get my screens from Fairingscreen which was located in the Swedish Town, Skövde. Since then the company have been moved to the US:
Motorcycle Windshields

Another US company:
AeroFlow Corp Home Page
F650 AeroScreen

As I changed from Kawasaki and Suzuki to BMW I came across Motobins and Motorworks:
Motorworks - BMW Motorcycle Spares - home
BMW Motorcycle Spares - Motobins Ltd - Welcome

And there is a French screen producer that really makes some outstanding screens:
Bullster - Bulles et pare brises pour mots et scooters
"The height of the Secdem screens is designed for optimal efficiency for a rider of average height. Modification of the height on request."

Or go visit you local glazier(?) and ask him/her to make you a new screen; Lexan is better than Plexi; that's what Fairingscreen did for me since my fairing was quite special and no aftermarket screens existed.
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Thanks for the info.

I have just fitted the new screen (from Motorworks). It has mad a bigs difference.

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