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VTA Vario Touring Screen
Written by dff635 on 3/24/2011 at 12:43 pm

Dave,
I saw that but, I guess the description threw me. I had been looking to get the
extension spoiler but, you are saying that the "replacement upper" works the
same way?
Thanks,
Craig

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "sr139fox" <sr139fox@...> wrote:
>
> I used a MRA replacement upper VarioScreen with attachment hardware. It was
only $85.00 plus shipping. I added a file in the file section on mounting the
extension. I am 6'4" and needed something until I got my clearview windshield.
Overall I am very satisfied with how this has worked. It is still not tall
enough, but has helped a lot and now I really enjoy riding the bike.
>
> http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productview/3004/339/
>
> Dave p
>

Message Thread for message #101592

dff635
3/22/2011, 08:16 pm
VTA Vario Touring Screen
Greetings fellow coasters. Has anone tried the VTA Vario screen extension? I like the idea of adjustability. I read thru their installation guide to determine the correct size for the PC but, from my measurements, the VTA may not be a good fi

    yankeesmuggler
    3/22/2011, 08:56 pm
    VTA Vario Touring Screen
    I think this was the company that worked with fellow Coaster Mac McLaughlin a few years ago to make a PC800 version. It was never made, but I can not remember why. Mac still uses the prototype on his PC which you can check out at several of o

    sr139fox
    3/23/2011, 01:55 pm
    VTA Vario Touring Screen
    I used a MRA replacement upper VarioScreen with attachment hardware. It was only $85.00 plus shipping. I added a file in the file section on mounting the extension. I am 6'4" and needed something until I got my clearview windshield. Ove

      dff635
      3/24/2011, 12:43 pm
      VTA Vario Touring Screen
      Dave, I saw that but, I guess the description threw me. I had been looking to get the extension spoiler but, you are saying that the "replacement upper" works the same way? Thanks, Craig --- In

        sr139fox
        3/25/2011, 01:32 am
        VTA Vario Touring Screen
        The replacement VTA windscreen bolts on using 2 thumb screws and 2 holes. It is more of an extension of the Honda winsdsheild. I did not make slots in the Honda windsheild to make it adjustable. dave p --- In