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  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    The screen was in stock in Melbourne so it was sent to Kyneton where I bought the scooter. Only took two days so no problem for fitting during the service. One interesting thing I noticed was I could hear the engine noise more clearly, and I had to keep my head a bit lower as the screen rim was in my eye height/view.  A few bugs weren't ...
  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    Bit the bullit today and got the Honda windscreen fitted at the 4k service. The cheap one I got a few months ago was pretty hopeless. It folded over towards me at about 70kph so not rreally a good item. It will take awhile to get used to compensating for side winds but it seems to be pretty good all round. Had it up to 90kph on the ride back from ...
  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    Success Aspro boy. A nice young man in India had a video on Utube that showed how to remove the mirrors. The reason I had no luck is the mirror stalk is left hand thread into a right hand lock nut. I was trying to tighten them all the time. The windscreen is fitted and at 60kmph it feels good. I will take it out and run it up to about 85kmph ...
  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    I had a look at the Puig windscreens and they are just like the one I bought from Germany. They require the removal of the mirror stalks for fitment and that looks like a dealer job. I tried to unscrew the mirrors but no go, for me at least. Still thinking.
  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    Yes there are a lot of food delivery scooters of this size in Melbourne as well. That little bit more power above the 50cc models is better I think for delivery purposes.    
  • Re: Honda Dio windscreen

    No instructions Aspro boy but it appeared you have to remove the mirror stalks. I fitted it with two P clamps but it kept blowing down at 60kph. I  saw it on Ebay and got it delivered in a week from Germany. Good service and at $88 delivered a good price. It said 88 Euro but they only charged me A$88. The Dio is coming up for the 4000k ...
  • Honda Dio windscreen

    I just bought a generic windscreen from Germany for my Honda Dio. There were no instructions but it appears you need to remove the mirror stalks to fit the brackets. This looks like a job for the dealer but I am reluctant to take it to them for fitment. Has any Dio owner/riders had the Honda windscreen fitted, and is it worth doing? The price ...
  • Re: Double D rings

    I've bought the Echo quick release fitting and expect it soon from Amazon. The technique from Mike Holland has made a huge difference to my helmut use, especially at the petrol pump. The long line of cars waiting for me to get my helmut back on has stopped!!
  • Re: Double D rings

    [quote user="Mike Holland"] Swampy, the double D rings are quick release. A little slow to do up  -  you push the strap through both rings and then push a loop back around the outer D ring and through trhe inner D ring. But to undo it you just pull the end to undo the loop and then pull the strap out of the rings. Just ...
  • Re: Double D rings

    Thanks guys, I will keep the helmet because it suits the purpose for local riding. I was curious as I thought with a small market like ours, the manufacturers wouldn't be bothered changing a fitting just for us. It's a bit like car indicators, most don't comply with the design standards that used to be in force here. Or is my eyesight ...
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