The new Dart Marlin Griso flyscreen, looks so good you’ll wonder why they don’t sell it like this! More aerodynamic and slightly larger then the original Dart flyscreen.
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Mark Younger (aka Not-fishing)
(verified owner) – August 7, 2015
Very nicely made product. Flyscreen is made of thick material with eased edges and grommet holes for attachment. The brackets are obviously CAD, heavily coated with backing nuts welded for receiving the screen bolts. The bolts are SS and shouldered, so that they don’t over-compress the rubber grommet screen insert.
For what it is it works great. Easy to attach, less than a half hour for me. I had the Dart on my Griso but it didn’t seem to do much. The Marlin directs the wind blast up to my shoulders and head.
I’ve noticed in a couple of 5 hour rides up to North Tahoe, around the lake and back that my fatigue is greatly reduced by the Marlin.
The helmet gets full blast but for some reason my 75-80 mph runs (4500-5000 in top gear to stay up with traffic) are much easier.
Other than lowering your body with both hands on the grips you can’t get out of the windblast because the Griso bars are two wide. You get asymmetric thrust on you body when you one-arm on the tank ride
This fairing works great within the confines of what the Griso is.
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