Main Motorcycle: '03 T-100 & '08Tiger1050
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Stroud, OKlahoma, USA
I'm 5'8"...got my +7 Calsci yesterday and installed it today and tested it at speeds well over the posted limits.
At first I didn't notice much of a noise reduction--buffeting has not been a problem for me with either the stock or Triumph Touring screens--riding at speeds up to 80 mph. Then, I turned toward the sun and realized I hadn't put my face-shield down, yet.
This screen is a keeper in my book. I guess looks are in the eyes of the beholder or whatever...anyway, I like the looks of the Calsci better than either the stock or Triumph Touring screens. The 1050 is not a sport bike, and the sport bike type screens look out of place on it, IMHO. The 1050 is tall, the rider sits up-right, the mirrors are rather high, and the tail bag is high...so to me the +7 Calsci looks very good on the bike.
2003 T-100 (790cc), NARK, NH Togas, 8100 rpm rev limiter, 158 main jets, 42 pilot jets (less than 1 turn out on pilot screws), stock needles--no shims. 13 A/F ratio from 1100 rpm to 4000 rpm; 12 A/F ratio from 4000 rpm to 6000 rpm; 13 A/F from 6000 rpm to 8100 rpm.:D
2007 Tiger 1050--White:D--SW-Motech crashbars, Skidmarx rear hugger/chain guard, Calsci +7 windscreen.