Last year around this time I switched from the taller OEM windscreen to the Shorty Cal-Sci windscreen. It worked ok, but like the OEM windscreen there was still a lot of buffeting and wind noise.
Earlier this season I installed the Iconic Parts windscreen spacers with the OEM windscreen and my buffeting/wind noise problems were solved. As the summer was heating up again, and more airflow was desired, I needed to switch back to a shorter windscreen, but the Cal-Sci windscreen was not compatible with the Iconic Parts spacers. It was Cal-Sci’s fault since it also wasn’t directly compatible with the OEM mounting bolts either. I decided to give the Puig Racing Windscreen a try since it would be compatible with the spacers.
The Puig Racing Windscreen for the Multistrada 1200 is a few inches shorter than the OEM windscreen.
The mounting of the two screens is the same, but you need to transfer the rubber grommets between the screens.
And nice and easy, it was refastened to the Iconic Parts windscreen spacers.
After a number of rides, this setup is still working well. The air is not as smooth as the OEM windscreen and spacers, but it is still much better than original setup and the extra airflow is great on these hot days. I’ll be going back to the OEM windscreen and spacers for the fall, but this is an easy swap to meet the weather requirements and make riding more enjoyable.