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I got an F4 1000s and i feel that the windscreen is a bit Low for cruising, got any tips for windscreen and maybe other more cruising tips like softer handles ?

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I had a Biondi screen on my 1000S (long since sold now) which I bought after a good look at the alternatives. It was certainly noticeably taller than standard but I never rode the bike with the standard screen so can't offer any comparison but it did put the wind load high up on my chest.

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I put grip puppies on my Brutale Dragster RR... helped a lot, and yes I have smallish hands, and 65 years old...

Remember : "light on the bars"

The additional grip diameter helps me with the relatively hard throttle twist effort...

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This is great.
But I need to tint it below to hide the cluster. Diese to look good fully transparent.
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I got an F4 1000s and i feel that the windscreen is a bit Low for cruising, got any tips for windscreen and maybe other more cruising tips like softer handles ?
Greetings mate,

You didn't say where you live. I have the F4 750 so we share the same fairing.

I'm in the UK, my screen is a double bubble made in the UK by https://www.skidmarx.co.uk. They don't sell many these days and it was made to order at a decent price. I like the shape more than some others I have seen. This screen is higher than stock and so helps but is not perfect. The race screens you see used in the Isle of Mann TT racers seem higher but are a bit ugly imho.

I did confirm with Skidmarx that the inside is painted black at the front bottom cockpit, If preferred it could be left clear.

Warning: careful when fitting a screen and handling the top fairing because the fairing is fragile above the headlight(the thin strip), from what I understand our screens are designed to take some of the stress.
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Just tried it out. Its great. Love the looks of it.
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