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Dart Flyscreen for your Griso

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I'm bringing in a few Dart flyscreens as shown/linked below. I will only stock a few at a time, so grab one while they last. In the Store >HERE< or click the pic below:

 

ginkgo

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I've been using one for several months, and it works surprisingly well at taking wind pressure off your chest at freeway speeds. Norm
 

not-fishing

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Received my Dart yesterday, took 30 minutes to install last night, so I'm a little slow, used this morning.

I am really impressed with the design / construction.

The last screen I put on, a Don Vesco 1/2, took a lot of work.
 

marcsiry

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I'd probably paint mine satin black to go with my Diavolo Nero Griso. Anyone have any advice on the paint color I should use for a good match?
 

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I'd probably paint mine satin black to go with my Diavolo Nero Griso. Anyone have any advice on the paint color I should use for a good match?
I'd guess most any matte black from the big box store would work very well... however that said, I believe I can get the screens in opaque black if you'd rather. I don't think it's a matte though.
 

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Any difference in wind protection/ deflection between the shorty and the marlin?
Yes, but hard to quantify. The Classic takes the blast off your chest and leaves your helmet in normal air. The Marlin puts the flow at your helmet, and seems to help the air to and around your shoulders. There's no buffeting I have experienced on either. Thanks for purchasing here on the site.
 

theImmortalsCA

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Love the marlin. I just signed up here, so I ordered from the UK. Fits my 06 Griso 1100 perfectly and simple install. In my opinion, it made a huge difference on the wind (even starting >60KM/h). Low profile and adds to the look of the bike.
 

Don Barrie

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Love the marlin. I just signed up here, so I ordered from the UK. Fits my 06 Griso 1100 perfectly and simple install. In my opinion, it made a huge difference on the wind (even starting >60KM/h). Low profile and adds to the look of the bike.
Still liking your Marlin? I just ordered one but haven't received it yet. Read recently about a rider who found it vibrated badly on his idling Griso. Then, he added extra rubber washers and the problem went away. Have you found any such issues with yours?
 
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