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 left hand mounting bracket
1 x right hand mounting bracket
4 x stainless hex head machine screws
4 x washers

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

  1. Fit the grommets to the screen - this is best achieved from the back of the screen blade.

  2. Underneath the top yoke there are two cable retainers, which are each held with 2 x 5mm Allen head bolts. Unscrew the right hand one.

  3. Fit the right hand screen mounting bracket between the cable retainer and the instrument mounting bracket, and refit the two bolts. Do not tighten them fully at this stage.

  4. Repeat operation for left hand side. Again, leave the bolts finger-tight.

  5. With both brackets fixed, hold the screen blade in position and loosely fit the four hexagon head machine screws with their washers, ensuring that they engage in the captive nuts on the brackets. Now tighten these screws as far as they will go (there is a shoulder on  screw which prevents the screen from being overtightened).

  6. Now ensure that the screen is centred above the headlight (one of the holes in the mounting brackets is slightly elongated to allow a little adjustment). Tighten the four cable retainer bolts - be careful not to overtighten them as the top yoke is made of relatively soft aluminium alloy and the threads could be damaged.

  7. 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.

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