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    aeroflow vs lee bailey's vs parabellum for 2005 R1200RT

    I would like some feedback on users of any of these 3 replacement windscreens. The stock one is very poor. So I want to replace it with a front screen that is less noisy and actually deflects the rain.

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    Can't speak to the others, but, I have an Aeroflow on my '11 RT and couldn't be happier. Works well, hasn't effected fuel mileage and plain works.

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    If that's what you're looking for, then you shouldn't discount to Cal-Sci windshield.
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    check your PMs...

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    If it's anything like the engineering in their R1150GS model...

    I'd take the AeroFlow hands down. But, that's just my experience, and it isn't on an RRT, but an R1150GS.

    Just a little background, despite the model differences. I know it speaks only to the design quality.

    I have had a stock GS, Parabellum, Cee Bailey, and AeroFlow on the same GS. The Parabellum was huge, and worse than stock in every way. The Cee Bailey was only a marginal improvement. I disliked the Parabellum so much, that I eventually went back to the stock GS shield, and it was better, though smaller.

    Then I got an AeroFlow 3 piece for the GS. It is pretty big, and I expected gas mileage to go way down. It went up about 4-5 mpg. My buddy John Ryan has ridden it before and after the AeroFlow,and says it's a whole new, and a much better motorcycle with the AF. Basically, it gives me a high and wide sweet spot for me and my helmet, and is much better in quartering crosswinds than stock or the Parabellum (which I found really nasty in crosswinds).

    Just one man's view...

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