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OK.. I am getting rid of the nobrand windscreen (bought used) than came on my 2004 Hayden. I am contemplating Puig, Zero or Lockhart.

Anyone that can offer any opinions and especially pictures of what you have would be greatly appreciated!!!
 

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The double-bubble design acts as a parabolic reflector, especially with dark tinted ones.
If you have your bike faced away from the sun, the sunlight will get focused near the gauges and melt the plastic.
The clear ones allow enough of the sunlight to pass through that it isn't as much of a problem.

Reportedly, Honda corrected the problem in '04 and up with a instrument panel cover made of different material that doesn't melt.
 

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Supposedly Honda corrected the melting gauge cover on the '04 > models with different material.
Mine also has the damaged gauge cover and I'm going to order an '04 cover as a test.
 

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puig for sure
 

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I want to install a Puig windscreen on my 2000 RC51. Did you guys remove the well nut from the factory windscreen or get new ones? It almost looks like there is an O ring on the inside holding it in place but I don't it is. Is there a trick to getting them off?
 

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I like the factory one also. If you are looking for the tinted look and dont ever look through your screen just paint it black . I have done this with many of my bikes and it looks good.
 

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I wish I knew ahead of time about the sun burning the instrument cluster with the Puig screens. I guess I will have to carry a rag with me to cover the instrument cluster but it is rare I go anywhere where the bike is unattended.
 
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