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Dart Flyscreens

Triumph Scrambler 1200

Triumph Scrambler 1200

Regular price $129.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $129.95 USD
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With the huge success of Triumph's 1200cc twin engine, it was inevitable that the Scrambler would get the upgrade treatment. Traditional styling meets sophisticated electronics and multiple ride modes, resulting in the perfect go-anywhere bike. Add a Dart flyscreen and you're all set!

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Fits all Scrambler 1200 water-cooled models. Click for fitting instructions

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This product comprises:
  • Injection-moulded screen in 4mm thick high-impact automotive-grade polycarbonate
  • Dimensions: 275mm (10.75") wide x 275mm (10.75") tall. Distance from top of headlight cutout to top of screen: 240mm (9.5")
  • Dartec II anti-scratch hard-coating for extended life
  • Mounting brackets in laser-cut aluminum, CNC-folded and powder-coated in black textured finish
  • Custom EPDM grommets to absorb vibration
  • Custom stainless steel screen mounting bolts with grommet ring and positive stop
  • Aluminum bushes to mount brackets
  • Microfiber cleaning cloth
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Customer Reviews

Based on 197 reviews
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Robert Lee
Very Good product

Offers some wind protection, keeps the aesthetics of the bike looking good and very easy to fit. Very pleased.

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Adrian B.

Easily fitted, does a great job of tidying up the front end, giving protection to the clocks, and a bit of wind protection for the rider.
Very happy with it.

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Timothy L.

Shipping was super fast especially for international. Unfortunately less than an hour after putting on my new screen there was an accident and the visor was damaged around the bolt hole, rad scratches though I’ll still ride it once it’s fixed up!

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CLIFFORD B.

It's made the bike look complete. Thank you for a great product.

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Jeremy C.

I just took my first ride with the fly screen, and it’s amazing how a well designed shield will do it’s job. I didn’t spend a ton of time at high speeds in open air, but the time I did I absolutely felt the difference over nothing at all. I heard the jokes about it keeping wind off of your belly button, but it moves enough air off your body you don’t feel like your holding yourself up at 80mph.