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here's the old one:

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and various angles for the new one:

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Better or worse? I think I like it. The old stock one was 18" tall, the corbra is 13.5". I hope it offers decent wind protection. I just posted a pic of the snow conditions over at the snow cond. forum. Let's just say I won't find out how it performs anytime soon. Looks good sitting in the garage anyway.
 

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looks much better IMO
 

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Looks awesome, its the same one I've got on my 97 XLT SP. To answer your question, yes, it does still offer good wind protection. Much better looking than the old tall "pepe" windshield!
 

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Looks good, I just installed the same one and it keeps your hands warm, but the wind hits you at your neck level.

But I look GOOD!
 

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i was hoping you would put one of those on there.. i had the same windshield on my supersport and it was tall enough to blow the wind over my helmet. but i guess it depends on how tall you are.
 

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Well then, it's settled. Regardless of how it blocks the wind, as long as I look cool, then thats what is really important [8D]

dan...jacket has duct tape patch...not looking so good anymore...[:eek:)]
 
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