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post #1 of 12 Old 03-28-2015, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Super ATV Windshield

Anyone tried the Super ATV hardcoat windshield yet?

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Anyone tried the Super ATV hardcoat windshield yet?

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I been wondering this also as I been looking closely at them.
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I have it and my first ride was 35 miles in the rain all day, did great with the Honda roof. The roof sticks out far enough it keeps rain from coming over the top. A few drops ran on the underside of roof but very few. Only had one ride, next trip Wednesday so I cant say how easy it will scratch but none so far, hope this helps
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Thanks for the reply Rubicon
Not sure this windshield would work with the moose roof as it doesn't appear to over hang like the OEM roof.
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Yea, I was thinking the same thing, my dealer matched 248.00 I found online so I went with their roof..
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I have the Super ATV full windshield and Honda hard roof and love it.
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Windshield

The Super ATV windshield is a very nice, quality product. It fits my Pioneer 500 perfectly, is a nice thickness, looks good, resists scratches and the neatly engineered Velcro fasteners make it easy to install and remove.

The only hassle was trying to keep the included rubber seal attached to the bottom of the windshield. The seal is a quality product but it just will not stay in place. I finally purchased a section of flexible black self-adhesive pipe insulation at our local Home Depot. It was very easy to install, makes a great seal, protects the hood and even looks fine.

WARNING: Now that Spring and warmer temperatures are here, I'm finding out just how much heat comes into the cab area from the engine. The full windshield traps that heat making for a toasty ride. During the Winter it felt great but on a long ride in warmer outside temperatures it becomes a bit uncomfortable. Of course I can easily remove the windshield but that defeats my main purpose for having one, that of protecting my passengers and myself from flying debris, low branches and the numerous spider webs and spiders that hang between the trees on the trails. The Super ATV half windshield looks just as nice as the full but again it would not serve my purpose. The Honda tip out windshield is way too pricey. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Just a thought - my Mule FXT windshield has vents that you can open or close built into the windshield. Really nice on the hot days to allow air to flow through the cab. Maybe able to buy a set and just put them in the windshield. Basically just cut the hole and insert them.

Not sure if the vents are a factory replacement part or not....
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Here is a photo and you can see the bottom center vent clearly. There are two more - sort of where you would expect a sun visor in a car (Top area 1 above the passenger and 1 above the driver)
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00R51A56Q?vs=1# I just ordered this one.. he makes a full size as well.. customer service was great.. he informed me he can make any height you want
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