Last edited by Lison; 05-07-2012 at 08:53 PM.
Have you just joined the Oz Boulevards forum?
Welcome to this forum!
There is much knowledge tucked away in here and some very helpful people, especially good for the M50.
I have an N2808 (sports tinted) fitted on my own M50. Good but not great would be my short verdict, as I still get a bit of buffeting around the helmet but overall ride stability is noticeably better. Slightly fiddly to fit, had to bend the brackets.
Hello and welcome Lison.
I have the 28209 dark tint tour V-Stream. the Aussie and Canadian M50 is one in the same. So it will fit but like I mentioned, I had a hard time with the top two brackets and used small wood-clamps to pull them in close to thread the bolts through. I love the windshield, nothing else out there fits the look and style of our M50. I do get some buffeting at high speeds, but I was really only looking to get the wind of my chest. I probably could have easily gone with the 28208 sport version.
Thanks for the info guys...will look at both the 28208 & 28209 and more than likely purchase one with the next pay.
I will show the other half your posts so he knows what he's in for when he fits the windshield
Heading over East at the end of the year, MotoGP here we come...so need to start buying little bits and pieces throughout the year.
Last edited by Lison; 05-08-2012 at 10:20 AM.
choices, choices....not sure which one I like now they are both nice. I guess the touring one would make more sense considering it will be used for the trip over East - is that how it works?
I got the tour version with highway runs in mind. Prince Edward Island's top speed on the highways is 90km/h where as the Trans Canada Highway on the mainland is 110km/h. I found that the tour screen doesn't provide much help for buffeting once you hit the higher 110-120 speeds. I'm sure how tall you sit on the bike will make a difference, but like I've mentioned before, I could have just as easily gone with the sport version knowing what I know now.
I picked up Cooley's risers for my bike as well. I haven't made the time yet to put them on but I imagine it should be a fairly easy process. The hard part will be cracking the lock-tight on the riser bolts. I can also attest to the new Cooley Chin fitting our bikes very nicely... it really brings out personality of the bike in my opinion. Great fit.