As it happens, the real trick is getting the stock unit off the bike. Four obvious screws hold the screen in place, but that’s just the beginning. There is a slightly complex system of tabs holding the OE screen in place, which means the whole “windshield assembly” (that includes the screen and upper nose panel) needs to be unbolted and folded forward—picture a reverse hood on an old British sports car. That allows easy access to remove and replace the screen. At the end of the process, it’s worth noting that the Puig screen does not nestle into the same sub-frame brackets that the OE unit does, meaning it’s not braced quite as thoroughly.