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Small Sport Windscreen in Smoke for the Vespa LX50 and LX150.
Our smaller sport windscreen for LX 50 AND LX 150 models. This windshield will offer some wind protection for your chest, making your ride warmer, calmer, and more protected from bugs and flying debris. As an added bonus, a small or midsize windscreen is a good performance boost, adding a few mph to your top speed. It also offers wind protection as well as enhancing the visual lines of your Vespa.
Made right here in California and a great fit.
Includes all hardware and instructions necessary for mounting. This windscreen is about 6" above the top of the headlight and 18" wide.
Installation difficulty: - Easy with basic tools. Purely bolt-on.
TECH TIP - Requires a 4mm allen wrench and an adjustable wrench for installation which are NOT included with this kit. Completely assemble the mounting brackets first. Then install the windscreen on the brackets, but leave the bolts loose enough so that you can adjust the brackets if necessary. Next, you will insert the assembled brackets into the two open holes under your handlebars. Once you have the screen situated properly, tighten down the large nuts at the bottom of the brackets. This will expand the expansion cylinders inside the holes in your handlebars, holding the whole screen in place. Finally make any up or down adjustments for the screen on the brackets and tighten down the bolts that hold the screen to the brackets. Voila! New windscreen! Go ride!