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    N00b
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    Default Screen for my Honda CB-1

    Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a windshield for my bike but because it's a 1989 CB-1, pretty much a CB400, I am finding very few options.

    I have found some universal ones but not exactly sure if I can trust them to fit properly as I'll be ordering them online.

    I know this is a long shot, but does anyone have any experience with windshields for the CB-1 or CB400?

    Thanks

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    Nuon Fangirl

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    Talk to the people at War Eagle. They make once-off screens to spec at reasonable prices.

    https://wareaglescreens.com/

    Another possibility is a new screen from Motobakker in the Cape. They import MRA screens who have various option that can be adapted for different naked bikes.

    http://motobakker.co.za/product-cate...a-windshields/

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    Thanks mate.

    I'll give them a look

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    war eagle for sure

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    Nuon Fangirl

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3x! View Post
    war eagle for sure
    Agreed, but he is in the Cape and War Eagle in Gauteng. It may be a problem if War Eagle do not have a bike to measure.

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    Powerbronze and Puig both made several options - the universal types but they're good quality - which will fit. The CB-1 and Super Four were both popular as courier bikes in London back in the '90s / 2000s and I knew several guys who'd fitted them. Used a Puig on my R850R work bike with no issues at all for years.
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