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    Product Review: GenX Lexan Lid

    Rating 1-10... I'd give it a 7 overall....higher, if the edges weren't discolored.

    Website: http://www.genxatv.com/productswatercraft.html

    Likes:
    -Plastic Pushlocks.
    -Shape is good.
    -Irridescent look is cool in sunlight.
    -Gen-X is easy to work with. They are willing to try different things!
    -Shipping was acceptable.
    -Included examples of CF colors.
    -Fit is perfect.

    Dislikes:
    -Color is too light for stock side shields. Subjective.
    -Edges have discoloration. Looks like pulling epoxy.
    -No instructions...pull out one side of pushlocks to fit hood!
    -Stuck a company sticker on the hood. It peeled right off.
    All the pictures are here:
    http://www.hydrotoys.com/gpr/tuners/mark/genx/



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    Looks pretty nice. Nice review Mark.

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    Mark,can you take a blue permanent marker on the edges? Looks cool,i was looking at the carbon fiber one on E-Bay.(black)

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    Wood,
    I'm not positive, but I think the Carbon fiber one is laminated fiberglass or lexan. If you decide to do it, call them first and let us know. He's a nice guy.

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    Will do,thanks mark.

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    Thoes plastic push pins look just like the clips that hold on the plastic on my Honda 400EX

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    Good call James,
    That is where I saw them!

    They sure work nice.

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    I have push-locks like that on my Suburban. They hold the radiator shroud on.

    I've asked this before, but does anyone know who manufactures the Riva carbon fiber windscreen? It's high-quality and thick carbon fiber. It's also $150. But, you get what you pay for.

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    im having real trouble trying to get my windsheild of my gpr, any tips on how to get it off??

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    You have to be careful. The stock rubber lock-nuts are a bear!

    I use a pair of channel-locks on the rubber/brass nuts, while turning the metric allen head screws. You have to replace them once removed.

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