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To Flyscreen And Belly Pan, Or Not To Flyscreen And Bellypan

Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by StriplerPete, Mar 13, 2019.

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  1. StriplerPete

    StriplerPete New Member

    Mar 3, 2019
    G'day all

    Hoping for your opinion on something.

    I've got a '14 Street Triple R... which does not have a flyscreen or bellypan. Didn't really think much of them when I bought the bike, but....

    I've slowly come around to them. In fact, I think I really like the look of them, compared to without.

    So, apart from the aesthetics, is there any real value for having them? I use the bike as a commuter, so am not getting much over 60km/h most days.

    Is it worth the trouble/money?
  2. Par-Archer

    Par-Archer New Member

    May 31, 2018
    Olympia, WA
    I don’t think you’ll notice the fly screen unless you get tucked in and the belly pan may help with cooling. But, it will definitely look hella fresh!
    Do it!
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  3. StriplerPete

    StriplerPete New Member

    Mar 3, 2019
    Thanks Par-Archer. Didn't think about the cooling aspect for the belly pan. But definitely agree that it'll look fresh!
  4. Artemij

    Artemij Member

    Feb 24, 2019
    I got my speed tripple R a week ago and had few rides now with belly pan and flyscreen already fitted.
    I had a sport bike before and newer riden a naked one, but after coule of rides above speed limits I started to think that windscreen might be a good ideal for a bike, at least it helps to battle the wind on heigh speeds and stops ripping a head off
    Sorry for such a long intro, but yes, any speeds below 60mph doesn’t need flyscreen :)
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