Givi AF266 screen

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Stibbs
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Givi AF266 screen

Post by Stibbs » Sat Apr 14, 2018 7:16 am

Just installed one of these on my ‘15 Burg.
Best addition I’ve ever made to a bike!!

It’s exceptional.
I bought it direct from this company in Italy, total cost inc shipping £139.39
V.A.R.A. DI BALLESTRIN FABRIZIO.

Good company to deal with.
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Adyhbris
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Re: Givi AF266 screen

Post by Adyhbris » Sat Apr 14, 2018 12:15 pm

Stibbs wrote:Just installed one of these on my ‘15 Burg.
Best addition I’ve ever made to a bike!!

It’s exceptional.
I bought it direct from this company in Italy, total cost inc shipping £139.39
V.A.R.A. DI BALLESTRIN FABRIZIO.

Good company to deal with.
Hi mate, do you have any photos?


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Burgman1958
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Re: Givi AF266 screen

Post by Burgman1958 » Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:24 pm

Hi Stibbs. Had one on my previous scoot. Also a Burgman 400. Excellent screen and thoroughly recommended. Shame they don't do one for my Maxsym. I have another non-adjustable Givi screen on it instead. It's a good screen but I'd rather have an AF266 Airflow.

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Re: Givi AF266 screen

Post by caecilius » Fri May 25, 2018 6:34 am

I've just commented on another thread that my AF266 screen developed micro scratches as soon as I started cleaning it with kitchen towel. Now I only wipe it with water and a microfibre cloth from the opticians.

Also, when on full or nearly full extension it does tend to rattle. I have to insert a little bit of something to prevent that.

The wrap around hand protectors do a great job of deflecting wind. I would just like it to be a bit wider at the top to prevent gusting round the sides.

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Re: Givi AF266 screen

Post by Burgman1958 » Fri May 25, 2018 3:41 pm

I found mine used to scratch rather easily as well. They obviously use a soft plastic. Didn't notice any rattling though. Are you sure the screws holding the clips on are tight enough?

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Luckydave
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Re: Givi AF266 screen

Post by Luckydave » Sat May 26, 2018 3:55 am

Didn’t get on using this screen on my 650 especially when roads were salty,had to keep stopping to clean it.


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