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hi all,
just bought new prowler 1000 and had a 1/2 windshield installed. but its really cold riding with the half windshield .was thinking about having a full one installed but i,v heard that a full cause,s dust to build up behind it in the cab.does any one out there know if this is true?it would sure be nice to ride in this weather with out the cold wind blowing in your face.
 

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Yes its true the full windshield will cause dust to swirl around into cab,but Hunterworks has a windhield that has vents that you can open or close that really helps this problem. I ride in the midwest and the windshield helps with the dust if your riding behind others on dusty trails, but now that i have an xtz i dont expect to be behind anyone too often. The windshield from hunterworks will work on the xtz. I did trim about 3/8 inch off of the bottom in the center to help with the dash contour.
 

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+2 on the Hunterworks vented windshield. Their's also has a coating that helps stop scratches and strengthens it.
 

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I just recently made a full windshield out of 1/4 Lexan on my 07 650. I did not have any windshield before, and had very little dust in the cab area. First trip out to the Desert the dust in the cab area was horrible. I am planning to trim off some of the bottom of the windshield as to reduce the low pressure area in the cab. Haven't done the trimming yet, I would like to put some nice looking adjustable vents in the lower portion of the winshield instead. The Lexan was $150 and very easy to cut with recipricating saw.
 

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Nice! Would you happen to have any photos of it?

I just recently made a full windshield out of 1/4 Lexan on my 07 650. I did not have any windshield before, and had very little dust in the cab area. First trip out to the Desert the dust in the cab area was horrible. I am planning to trim off some of the bottom of the windshield as to reduce the low pressure area in the cab. Haven't done the trimming yet, I would like to put some nice looking adjustable vents in the lower portion of the winshield instead. The Lexan was $150 and very easy to cut with recipricating saw.
 
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