ZTechnik Windscreen for BMW R 1250 RS
ZTechnik┬« revolutionizes windscreen performance! The advanced 'V' shape and dimensional contours push the wind vortex out and away from the rider's helmet, resulting in a peaceful, quiet environment. This improvement is notable for the passenger as well.
VStream windshields are made from tough FMR hardcoated polycarbonate. This high-quality material, along with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, provides these windscreens with outstanding clarity and strength characteristics unmatched by any windscreen maker worldwide. Optically, the VStream windscreen is clear with virtually no distortion (unlike the hallucinogenic views you get from the stock screen).
VStream Windscreens are 30X more scratch resistant and have 20X greater crack and impact resistance than other aftermarket windscreens on the market made from commonly used acrylic or "aircraft plastic".
Also reffered to as windshield, windscreen, shield, screen.
4.5mm FMR hardcoated polycarbonate.
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Questions about this article Which windscreen is the best option for me?
Windscreens and wind protection are always a complicated issue and advices via internet or telephone are not possible or wrong in most of the cases.
It is not only about the windscreen, there are also many other individual factors like your helmet, your sitting position and your own subjective feeling.
Therefore, we cannot give you any recommendation or advise.
Before ordering, many customers for example test the necessary windscreen height by slightly moving their head up and down while driving.
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The average rating of this product is 4.5 of 5: (after 2 Ratings)
John W. wrote | 2020-09-11:
A vast improvement over the original
KATSUHIRO wrote | 2019-10-16:
Wind protection is better than high position of original windshield.
Also transparency is better than the original one.
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