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Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen BMW F650GS/F800GS
  • Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen BMW F650GS/F800GS - 2" Taller than Stock
  • Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen BMW F650GS/F800GS - 4" Taller than Stock

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Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen for BMW F650GS / F800GS

  • Made from aircraft-quality Lucite acrylic
  • Heavy-duty and optically clearer than many OEM windscreens
  • Made in USA
This Product Fits:
F650GS 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
F650GS ABS 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
F800GS 20082013
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Clear / 2" Taller than Stock 869057 MF650/800+2 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
Clear / 4" Taller than Stock 869058 MF650/800+4 In Stock: Ships next business day


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Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen BMW F650GS/F800GS 4.1 5 7 7
Product attached without any issue (5min install) Wind from standard windscreen struck me in the chest area (got tiring after a couple of hours)... no longer an issue with the Moose windscreen install. Scored durability as average due to being installed for only a few weeks. January 27, 2015
Let Down! I ride a 2013 BMW F800GS. After reading countless reviews I thought this was the solution to my wind buffeting, bugs and noise issues. Not if you wear an Arai XD-4 helmet! I'm about 5'08" and the visor is the cause of some of my problems. I can grab the visor and it stops the vibration from the wind. I can put my hand above the wind screen and it stops completely. Besides the visor it still directs the bugs right into my face shield.This wind screen needs another 2 to 4 inches to solve my problems. The good news is I only paid $57 with my Rezilla points. The bad news is I used my points on something that doesn't work for me! January 6, 2015
Bought for the price I don't normally do this, but I bought this windscreen for the sole reason of its price. Other windscreens for my 2012 F650GS go for $125, $180, $280, and even over $800 - for what amounts to a piece of plastic. So for about $70 this is the cheapest thing out there. Installation was a snap. I removed the 6 screws holding the factory windscreen in place, put on this windscreen and replaced the 6 screws. Everything lined up fine, took 5-10 minutes including finding the right torx bit. My factory screen was 10" to the highest peaks, measured from the top of the headlight. There was a dip in the middle which was shorter (9"?). I bought the +4" version, and it is exactly 4" taller - it measures 14" to the top of the windscreen from the top of the headlight. I bought this new screen to raise the windblast from my mid-to-upper chest up above my jacket, and this does just that. I no longer get cold on cold days because of air seeping through the upper part of my jacket. I'm 6'4", and I see over top of this windscreen just fine, but even if you were shorter by many inches I don't think it would be a problem - you'll still be able to see over it no problem. If you are REALLY short, it is less distorted to see through than the factory windshield. However if that is a concern then you might consider the +2" version. But unless you are on the bottom end of the 5' range, I think the +4" version would be best. Last couple notes - I do have handguards on my bike, and Hippo Hands around them. The hippo hands just touch the windscreen at lock, but no interference. I think they touched the factory screen as well. Also, the screen is pretty thick (thicker than factory), but due to the extra height and also because it doesn't have the ridges for stiffness, it does vibrate at the top a bit. It's not necessarily due to airflow, mine even vibrates a bit at idle just because things on motorcycles vibrate. No big deal. Check out my photos. December 26, 2014
Great windshield for F800GS First, I was very impressed that the windshield arrived in California in just two days. I quickly installed the windshield and took a test ride. I was again very impressed that the extra 4 inches takes most of the wind over my head. There is still a slight amount of head pressure but much less than the stock windshield. It is now very comfortable at freeway speeds. A big change. The little bit of top edge vibration at speed should be expected and is not an issue May 26, 2014
Very good product This shield fits well on the 2013 BMW F700GS, when you purchase from BMW the optional bracket 77338531603. The quality and finish are very nice and I would heartily recommend this product. Revzilla shipping was very fast and it arrived very quickly due to the awesomeness of the Revzilla order fulfillment specialists. June 18, 2013
If you are looking for a cheap solution The windscreen is 4.1mm thick compared to 3.9mm stock. The build quality is good and there are no rough edges. It is about 6" taller than stock (I ordered the +4"). I wear a Schuberth S2 helmet, I am 5'6" with 30" inseam. This windscreen was better than stock only upto 40mph, very little wind buffeting. Over 40mph specially at highway speeds, the wind buffeting was as bad as stock. The top edge of the windscreen also vibrates at highway speeds. April 15, 2013
Finally my windscreen issues are solved!! I tried various tall windshields for my 2012 BMW F650GS twin, including the F800GS tall windshield, Givi, etc. None of them stopped wind buffeting or helmet (Nolan N85) noice (I am 5'6" with 30" in seem). This being relatively a cheaper windscreen in he market, I actually didn't have much hope when I bought it. But it surprisingly did the job. There is very little wind noice and I can clearly hear the sound of the engine even at 100kmph now. Bike holds steady even upto 150kmh. I am not sure of the durability of the product yet since its hardly 2 weeks since I purchased it. But I am happy so far. March 25, 2013
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Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen BMW F650GS/F800GS
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Bryan W: Price and good reviews. Most said it will do what I'm wanting it to do. Sep 3, 2015
A S: Need a taller windscreen Aug 31, 2014
Ken R: Need just a little more wind protection on F800GS Jul 1, 2014
Robin S: Needed something taller for my BMW Jan 13, 2014
A shopper asked: I am thinking of getting the tall for my 2009 f800gs. I have OEM hand guards on bike. My question is will i be able to turn steering full lock in both directions and will i be able to use OEM support bracket to reduce top shaking?
Aug 25, 2013
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Steven G: I also have a tall screen on my 09 GS - they do not hit at full lock they come close. It uses the stock mounting points (front and side) for install. I have moderate vibration but nothing that I wouldn't expect from such a tall screen. I have my ezpass mounted at the very top and its never come close to shaking loose if that tells you anything.

my only complaint (and others have voiced it) is that the bubble of air seems to direct dust and fine particulate right onto my helmet visor. I pick up more bugs than in the past (irritating) but it also seems to direct the dust up and under my visor when in mist lock - ie you get sh@#t in your eyes if you are following instead of leading... I'd still buy this again if it were to break or disappear.

Aug 26, 2013
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Joseph W: My F700GS does not have hand guards. However the indentation on either side of the windshield is to avoid handlebar contact when you are in full lock. The shield mounts on the 4 front and 2 side mounts that are standard. It is a sturdy windshield and the best value for money spent in my view. I don't think you can go wrong with it. Aug 26, 2013
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HARRY L: I have the tall windshield on a 2012 F650GS twin with OEM hand guards and have no problems turning the steering end to end. I have travelled at 170kmph and have not experienced any 'top shaking'. I have tried different screens and this is way better than any OEM windscreens. Aug 26, 2013
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Steven K: It works just fine with the factory hand guards, no clearance issues. You will have to drill holes to use the factory touring screen bracket, but you may not need it. It doesn't shake too badly at the top. Overall, it is a great screen, especially for the price. It is better than stock and isn't like other screens that make it look like you are riding behind a riot shield. Aug 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Dear Sirs:

I am looking for a windshield support bracket for my BMW F650GS (twin), manufactured 2.009.

I actually a Givi touring with no support and it is not so comfortable because of turbulences and vibration.

Could you please quote this support bracket for me?

I live in Madrid, Spain ZIP code 28760.

Thank you very much.

Kindest regards.

Jun 20, 2014
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Warnakulasuriya F: Sorry I bought this Moose racing one and It does not need to support bracket. One of my firends had the Givi one and them he changed to a Moose Reacing one and He was happy with that. For Moose Reacing one you no need to support bracket Jun 20, 2014
scott b: Sorry but I have the brittania 3 adjustable windscreen. Which has been great over stock. Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the thickness of the "moose racing" windshield. Jan 5, 2013
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RevZilla: The Moose Racing Adventure Windscreen is from .118 and .177 of an inch thick, depending on the model. Jan 7, 2013
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Shashank M: 4.1mm. I measured it with digital caliper. The stock is 3.9mm Apr 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this fit the 2013 G650GS? Windshield mounting the same? Jun 24, 2014
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jeff s: Most likely will not fit, as the G model has a different mounting system with non-matching hole pattern. You need to purchase items specific to the G650GS, not the F650GS Twin. Jul 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I put this on my 2013 F800GS ?.. Is this the same as the 2012 model ?.. Apr 15, 2013
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Shashank M: Yes, it will work. I tested it with mine and I have a 2013 bike. Apr 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a 2010 f650gs twin and do not have a stock windscreen so I do not know how tall +4 would be. Does anyone have the dimension top to bottom? (actual height) Jun 29, 2014
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