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  YAMAHA X-MAX 125   
   2010 / 2011 / 2012 / 2013

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William Weice
Bought "TOURING WINDSCREEN" for my yamaha xt660x, easy install and good fit. Highly recommended.
bob hope
Great screen. Fitment is perfect. Shipment was realy fast. Very good service. AAA+++
Karen Dornan
Purchased screen for my xsr to divert some of the wind, easy to fit, and does a great job. Would recommend
Viktor Lelek
I bought a shield for my beauty Honda VFR 750 of 97, I needed a bubble. I think it went great and I am extremely satisfied with the money. It suits and keeps everything as it should. Now I would choose clear, at least I have a fine smoke. If I need another motorcycle, I will try again from I recommend. Good price. Fast delivery.
Toni Maatta
Replaced the stock Honda touring windscreen on my NC750X with the Touring windscreen in light smoke colour. Relatively easy to fit, works well and makes the bike look better

Yamaha X-MAX 125 2010-2013 - Touring Windschutzscheibe / Windschild

95,62 €

Roller höhe touring Windschild / Windschutzscheibe


2010 / 2011 / 2012 / 2013


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Motorroller touring windschild / Windschutzscheibe

YAMAHA X-MAX 125 2010-2013

Art: touring

Höhe: 48 cm

Material: 3 mm

    • Besserer Schutz vor Wind.
    • Die Touring-Form scheibe verringert den Einfluss des Luftstroms auf den Helm des Motorradfahrers.
    • Die Montage erfordert keine Bohrungen oder sonstige Modifikationen.
    • Es ist aus haltbarem drei Millimeter starkem Acrylglas gefertigt, das resistent gegen Kratzer und Risse ist.
    • Scheibe ist erhältlich in 3 Farben: klar, leicht getönt, stark getönt.
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Rated 5.00 on the scale 1 - 5 based on 1 customer reviews

X-MAX 125 windscreen

Good product, all as described on site. Non-complicated assembling, all match perfect. 5/5 !!!

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