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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-29-2018, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Vlad screen brace.

For anybody that may be interested, Vlad has made some more screen braces for 2016/2017 bikes.
62.50 euro for four screw kit (standard screen) or 63.50 euro for six screw kit
(larger screens).
Real easy bloke to deal with.
Ordered mine because when standing at speed, even on tarmac, I noticed the screen moves backwards and forwards when in turbulent air, windy conditions or following traffic the main culprits.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-30-2018, 04:34 AM
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Do you know if he is making them for the ATAS?
PS - I have emailed him, so I will let you know what he says.

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Do you know if he is making them for the ATAS?
PS - I have emailed him, so I will let you know what he says.
Yes, he does. ATAS and standard MY2018 have the same instrument panel. I bought and mounted it on my Standard MY2018. A little hard to mount but it works a treat.
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How on Earth could it be hard to mount? It looks so simple...

I have one on the way for my ATAS and I'm excited to move my ram mount up front from the bars.

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Vlad's screen brace is essential if you buy a Madstad screen otherwise the screen wallows around over the slightest bumps and even in tune with low revs of the engine. The brace completely cures it, but yes it is tricky to fit. It helps considerable to remove one or both of the rubber bungs behind the headlights
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How on Earth could it be hard to mount? It looks so simple...
I have one on the way for my ATAS and I'm excited to move my ram mount up front from the bars.
Just mount yours and you'll understand...
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