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post #1 of 6 Old 05-17-2010, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Do the stock windscreen covers work with the OEM Euro sport screen?

I am getting ready to buy a Suzuki European sport screen and I need to know if the stock windscreen bracket covers will work. The brackets are called "COVER, WINDSCREEN RH (BLACK) 94601-27G00-291" and the euro screen goes by the part number "990-27G50-SMO"

Pain in the but that you can't get these in the US.

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I just put one of these screens on yesterday - the bracket covers fit, though not quite as flush as they did on the stock screen. It's barely noticeable.

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Yeah they fit pretty well.


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I put on a Euro with Madstad and am really pleased with results. Much less buffeting than Givi or VStream. Also added Aprilla Tuomo mirrors and the combination of the two...really reduces buffeting
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I put on a Euro with Madstad and am really pleased with results. Much less buffeting than Givi or VStream. Also added Aprilla Tuomo mirrors and the combination of the two...really reduces buffeting
I would not second that (Euro + MadStad = Less Buffeting than Givi) unless you mean Euro + MadStad = Less Buffeting than Givi ALONE. In other words....my Givi with MadStad is as smooth as silk, moreso than the Euro with MadStad.

The Euro with MadStad is pretty good....but you still get blasted with air....it's just a relatively smooth air.

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