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Fabbri Screen pics

I recently f**ked up my screen cleaning off scruiteneering stickers with brake cleaner so I decided to get an aftermarket one. I'm not really a fan of double-bubbles as I think most of them look too high/tall.

I was on the verge of ordering a Puig or a Zero Gravity, when I checked what the BE1 team were using - F.Fabbri. Did a search on here and a couple of people had also asked for pics and no-one had any examples. It was pretty straightforward to fit and the quality seems pretty good. So, as an alternative to the usual Puig, ZG options, here are some pics of the Fabbri.

Fabbri left, OEM right:


Fabbri over OEM to give an idea of height increase:


From the side:


What brake cleaner does to your screen! (and I was running water over it when I sprayed it on so it was diluted and washed off instantly - still ruined it):


One the bike:




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Cool the "original" screen looks like a triumph aero screen, which is already a bit taller than a standard screen. Oh in future, try using bug and tar remover or similar to remove any glue or gunky residue, its very easy on paint/plastic or any surface for that matter.
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Cool the "original" screen looks like a triumph aero screen, which is already a bit taller than a standard screen. Oh in future, try using bug and tar remover or similar to remove any glue or gunky residue, its very easy on paint/plastic or any surface for that matter.
I know, I was being lazy! I figured since I had the hose on it, it wouldn't matter
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where did you purchase that from? do they have any different colors? if you dont mind sharing that info
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That looks ****in horn

I am the sig.
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Awesome. Now is there any gap by the gauge cluster? (like the puig screen does).

And if you dont mind me asking, how much was it and where did you get it?


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Awesome. Now is there any gap by the gauge cluster? (like the puig screen does).

And if you dont mind me asking, how much was it and where did you get it?

Ive heard ppl say this many times, but my puig screen has no gap and fits same as stock and aero and powerbronze screens (ive used all of those b4) is this somthing that may have been a problem but was fixed in newer model bikes or with PUIG itself?
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Ive heard ppl say this many times, but my puig screen has no gap and fits same as stock and aero and powerbronze screens (ive used all of those b4) is this somthing that may have been a problem but was fixed in newer model bikes or with PUIG itself?
Possibly, I have seen several in person where they had the gap.. but that was a couple years back..


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yea my puig has a slight gap at the bottom but it isnt terrible. this looks almost the same design as the puigs
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where did you purchase that from? do they have any different colors? if you dont mind sharing that info
They do clear (like mine) and a dark smoke which I'm guessing is similar to the stock tint.

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Awesome. Now is there any gap by the gauge cluster? (like the puig screen does).

And if you dont mind me asking, how much was it and where did you get it?
I paid $150 NZD from here: http://www.cycletreads.co.nz/product..._triumphs.aspx

As for the gap, I have no idea!? Didn't really look that closely last night. Have you got a pic of the gap with a Puig to compare and I'll have a look. Only thing worth noting is this is track fairing so the fit maybe a little off compared to OE plastics.
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