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Guy Jinbaiquerre
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Silver here...

Post by Guy Jinbaiquerre » Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:17 am

SIlver for me, clearly the better-looking color 8-)

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Re: Silver here...

Post by Kev1 » Fri May 28, 2010 11:01 am

Hi Guy
Yea silver for me to, its the better colour of the two.

Guy, is that a Givi bigger front windscreen you have? Is it better than the factory one?

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Re: Silver here...

Post by barry mildren » Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:50 am

Re colour panels here's a tip. I have silver panels and fancied a change. If you buy the SM panels they are orange but not painted but they are identical fit. Cost with SMT decals approx £150. If you want the SMT panels (orange) they are a pearlescent effect. They cost £300 but the difference is negligable. You pays yer money and makes yer choice!
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Re: Silver here...

Post by Guy Jinbaiquerre » Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:24 pm

It is a GIvi screen. I am not sure if it's better... smooths out the air flow compared to stock, but at higher speeds I am still getting the air hitting me in the lower part of my head. I think a spoiler lip like Touratech makes for the BMW GS bikes would solve the problem.
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