The Rallye System is designed to give the stock windshield placement a boost by setting it up (.5") and out (tilted forward 2.5") front where it can do some effective work.
We recently redesigned the windscreen mount to make it easier to install and more integrated for a cleaner look while still maintaining the highly successful windscreen positioning of the original design. The large integrated dash panel is perfect for mounting guages, accessory toggle switches, 12V or 5V power outlets, etc.
The kit includes everything you need to relocate your existing OEM compatible windscreen: One piece relocation bracket with integrated dash panel, plastic fairing shroud, and plastic windscreen trim to give it a finished look.
Relocates OEM windscreen into a much more effective position
Redesigned 1 piece relocation bracket for easier installation and "factory look."
Integrated dash to mount switches, guages, power outlets, etc.
Fits: KLR650E series only 2008+
Finish: Hammertone Black Powder Coat
Dimensions: 11 5/8" W x 7 1/2" H x 6" L (depth)
Weight: 2 lbs with all mounting hardware
Included: Relocation bracket, plastic fairing shroud, plastic windscreen trim, mounting hardware and installation instructions.
Screen is not included. Suitable for any screen as long as it fits the OEM mounts. (Note: We've been told that the Calfornia Scientific and Mario Vario shields are not compatible.) Pictured is the OEM screen.
Tim Says: I recommend only running a clear windshield with this system. The height of the shield is raised and you need the clear view to see the area immediately in front of the bike.
All Happy Trails products are crafted in Idaho
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We can make you one, price would be $159.95.
The Insrtuctions can be found HERE
The insrtuctions give the details on all of the parts provided for the installation.
Our Rally Kit will stand it up clos to 90 degrees. Buy it and if you don't like like we will give you a refund.
Yes it does with the fairing shroud.
You check out the instructions to verify