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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 07-28-2014, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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7 JUROCK windshield

I was looking for a touring windshield when I came across a company called 7 JUROCK. They offer several versions for a windshield.

http://www.7jurock.com/store/index.p...&productId=324

So does anyone have one of these? If so how is it? How does it look? Functionality? Or heard anything about them?

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I have a windshield that's VERY similar to that. I got mine from mikesshields.com before he stopped making them. The one I have is made of lexan. If I were you, I would message the company somehow and ask if this product is curved, or how curved it is from left to right.

That's made the biggest difference for me. I still wanted a fairly short shield, but I didn't want the wind pounding me in the chest. The shield I have makes the ride a lot more comfortable than the stock shield.

Looks..eh, at some angles it looks awesome, and at some angles it looks really plain. But I care about function more than anything. Also, at some angles, the stock looks kind of plain as well.



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I'm in contact with them via emails, and they say they can make it in a flip style, which is what I wanted, not just a flat screen, after all I could probably do that myself.

They said they would send me more information tomorrow hopefully, and I will of course pass that along to the rest of the forum.

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Awesome. Looks like a good quality product, and almost any thing's better quality than the stock.

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I received a reply and they included some pictures of the 18" tall with a flip. I am waiting on a reply from them.

So the main question is what do you guys think?

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Looks good. Looks like it will deflect a lot of air. Good for the highway. Approx. how much taller is that than a stock windscreen?
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Here is the comparison between the two.

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Thanks, that explains everything. You definitely did the homework on this one.
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I usually do, especially when $$$$ is being spent.

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The company does offer this in different heights.

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