Thank you for purchasing a Dart flyscreen. It has been carefully designed and manufactured to suit a specific motorcycle model and by following these instructions you should encounter no problems with fitting. 

The kit should comprise the following:

1 x Makrolon® polycarbonate screen
4 x EPDM rubber grommets
1 x screen mounting bracket
4 x M5 x 30mm stainless hex screws
4 x aluminium bushes (10mm)
4 x stainless hex head machine screws
4 x washers

Tools required: you will need a 4mm and 5mm Allen key

  1. Firstly, you’ll need some space to work. Remove the two Torx T30 screws which secure the headlight assembly to the bottom yoke, and remove the headlight. We rest it on the mudguard, using a cloth for protection.
  2. Remove the four T25 screws which hold the plastic instrument bracket to the top yoke.
  3. Now for the difficult part: place one of the bushes on one of the centre holes of the flyscreen bracket and use an M5 x 30mm screw to keep it  position.
  4. Hold this assembly underneath the instrument bracket, and fit the screw into the corresponding hole in the top yoke. Just a few turns will be sufficient to hold it in place.
  5. Now fit the other three bushes and screws. Gradually tighten them fully with a 3mm Allen key.
  6. That’s the difficult part done. Now refit the headlight.
  7. Insert the grommets in the holes in the screen. This is best achieved from the back of the screen.
  8. Hold the screen blade in position and loosely fit the bottom two hexagon head machine screws with their washers, ensuring that they engage in the captive nuts on the brackets. Do not tighten these yet.
  9. Fit the top two machine screws. Once everything is in position, gradually tighten all the screws evenly until they are seated on the brackets.
  10. Double check that everything is sufficiently tight and if so, fitting is now complete!

MAINTENANCE: No special maintenance is required. Do not use solvents to clean - just warm soapy water. Many proprietary glass cleaners are suitable for polycarbonate - check the label before trying.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Whilst the screen provides a good level of impact protection, it is not warranted unbreakable. It is NOT a substitute for eye protection, which should be worn at all times while riding.

Did this answer your question?