Eagle made a whole new design for this model in a attempt to resolve the inherent turbulence issues. So far we have had no complaints about this screen design. The sketch below best shows the changes.
1. Thicker (4.0mm) material (Usually made from 3.0mm thick material)
2. Cats-eye vents add
3. Black painted Edging add
Feedback on new T-22 Eagle designed screen
Well what can I say, I hope the pictures attached speak for themselves. The
screen fitted perfectly as you can see, The only thing I would mention is
that the holes you have put in are about 1mm larger in Diameter than the
original screen, I have replaced the original plastic screws with stainless
steel screws and a plastic washer that just about fitted, but I don't think
the screen would fit if the original plastic screws where going to be used,
other than that the screen looks awesome I am so pleased with the way it
looks, the dark tint, the cut-outs, the black strip around the base looks
Now, of course I couldn't wait to get her out on the road to see what
happened and John, its like having a brand new bike, the aerodynamics of the
bike, the way she handles is completely different, she is so much smoother
at slower speeds, and get this John, I pulled onto a dual carriageway I
accelerated hard to get in front of a long line of traffic, quite quickly
after pulling away I notice a very small amount of shudder / vibration from
the top of the screen, nothing to worry about I thought, larger screen and
all that and anyway I usually get that around 65 to 70 mph I looked down at
the speedo, and I was doing 100mph, I got there without even realising it.
I am so pleased John, the bike feels and looks great.
The bike looked so good I just had to send you some pictures as soon as I
could. I have made them smaller to email you which means they are not as
good quality, Just let me know if you require any of them any bigger for a
better quality version. each good quality picture is about 1.5mb.
Anyway John, thank you again ever so much.
With kindest regards
United Kingdom 29th May 2007