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MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade
  • MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade - Clear
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MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade

With the MRA X-Creen Tour Windscreen Spoiler Blade you have the best of both worlds. For highway riding the spoiler can be position at its highest setting for maximum wind protection and lowered for off road or urban riding conditions. The pivot arms feature locking switches which have been tested at Autobahn speeds to keep the spoiler in the desired position.


  • Available in clear or light smoke
  • Includes all necessary installation hardware
  • Dimensions: 15" W x 6" H
  • Bolt-On to Clamp Mount Conversion Kit available separately

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • Bolt-On kit requires drilling 4 small holes in your windscreen
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Clear / Bolt-On 967503 4025066125036.00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Clear / Clamp-On 1045726 MRA.XCC.0 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Smoke / Bolt-On 967501 4025066125043.00 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Smoke / Clamp-On 1045727 MRA.XCC.1 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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MRA X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade 4.5 5 25 25
Perfect for my needs! The windscreen is perfect for my 1200 GS. With the stock screen the wind noise on the highway made my rides painful. Now with the MRA X-creen I can cut wind noise on the highway and adjust it out of the way for dirt. So far I am very pleased. November 2, 2015
Revolutionary addition to my motorcycle I can't get over what a wonderful product this is! It has made long distance riding much more pleasurable, especially at highway speeds. This spoiler deflects air over my helmet leaving me in a quiet, stable pocket of air. I no longer have to strain to hear my Sena and the constant drone of wind rushing against my helmet is cut tremendously. There are two downsides though. First, in the summer the lack of airflow can make things a little warm. Second, the price seems a little high but the fit an finish are excellent, so I chock it up to that. October 25, 2015
Excellent Windscreen Spoiler / Helmet Buffet Controller Spoiler Clear/Clamp-on - The Spoiler does an excellent job of stopping/controlling helmet buffet. I get excellent results when spoiler is high enough to look through it. The optical quality of the Spoiler is excellent so that I don't notice it visually. When it's too low the helmet buffet starts to happen from the turbulent air layer at the height of the factory windshield (chin height#. The adjustment height - viewable in the attached pic - solved my helmet buffet problem. Now that I know the adjustment height I wish shorter swing arms were available so I could compress the adjustment range, but with it always closer in to the factory windshield, but I'm very happy with it and it's nice to adjust it lower for more air flow in slower traffic conditions on hot days. At my high-speed adjustment height #in pic), for my eye line, the bottom of the Spoiler is perfectly lined up with the top of the factory windshield so I only have the one horizontal line that's already there. Assembly instructions are unnecessarily complicated - assembly pics OK. October 12, 2015
Great product Great product and really easy to install. It could be a little more contoured to the windscreen shape but it's a generic bolt on. Either way it works great and is very nice that it is adjustable. Mounted on a 2015 F800GS Adventure September 7, 2015
Instant upgrade In retrospect, this should have been a day 2 farkle - the first 4,762 miles would have been much more pleasant. Wind noise, turbulence reduced by 80-90%. I could hear myself singing, so I stopped, the howl replaced by my worn out Karoo. Gotta get that swapped, and soon. Install contributed $1.50 to the swear jar due to teeny fiddly bits and bifocals in need of an upgrade. I assembled the screen with the optional dogbones before drilling any holes. The template provided was perfect, and a 7/32" bit, two metric allen wrenches and 30 minutes later the project was done and dusted. I set it straight up for a test ride and 200 miles later haven't moved a thing. Mileage unchanged, much quieter ride, nearly bug-free helmet visor. Money well-spent. September 5, 2015
Quality Product I got it quickly, It went on easily. It didn't work quite as well as I would have wanted, but it did help. I think the problem is the OEM windshield letting air spill around, but it did stop buffeting the top of my helmet and I guess that's its true purpose.. September 3, 2015
This product works! I ride a Victory Cross Country Tour as one of my bikes. The tour screen is too tall, and the Clockworks is short enough that I get buffeting of my helmet (Scheubert C3 Pro). Tried the on both the V-Stream and the Clockworks and it performed excellent on both. I used the removable mounts and will probably keep them on so I can mount this unit on either screen if I want. Set at the lowest height, this unit leaves me in clean quiet air. Well done! July 28, 2015
saved me from getting an ugly windshield I have a Can Am F3 and the largest windshield that BRP sells looks good but doesn't prevent wind buffeting, so I got the x-creen tour with the clamp-on kit, and it's a perfect solution. Once it's on, it's easy to adjust and it's held up perfectly on a long road trip. I give the ease of install a 4 because the directions stink, but once you lay out all the parts, it's kind of common sense. July 27, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Serge A: reviews seemed great and i needed extra wind protection for highway trips Dec 1, 2015
kevin M: good reviews Nov 9, 2015
Ian B: I seen videos of how effective it is and that it appeared to be just what I need to get rid of the wind buffeting my helmet. It drives me nuts on short trips so hopefully this will make it better and let me do longer trips Oct 2, 2015
Tom W: This works so well at reducing wind noise on my GS Adventure that I can turn down the volume on my Scala Rider G9. And my wife and I can hear each other in the intercom at interstate speeds. Sep 8, 2015
Michael M: This was less expensive than a new taller windscreen. Aug 17, 2015
R A: I hope this blade and its adjustable positioning wiill disturb the airflow enough to smooth out my Ducati ride. Aug 7, 2015
LARRY H: Prior experience on my Wee-Strom told me this would cure buffeting problems on my Can-Am Spyder RT Ltd. Aug 3, 2015
Lawrence G: I like the size and the flexability. Im looking forward to trying it out. Jul 8, 2015
Geof H: Wanted to quiet the sound from my Cee Bailey tall windshield to reduce fatigue over long distances and to allow me to hear music, radio and digital books to extend my rides. Jun 17, 2015
Bret R: More wind protection from helmet buffeting. Jun 11, 2015
Jeremy P: I needed better wind protection on my 2013 Multistrada. After some experimentation with position, I have really improved noise and buffeting for my 6'2" frame. It also allows me to readjust when I have a passenger to get them out of the wind too. Jun 3, 2015
James S: long trip coming up. X-country, need to reduce buffeting in Arai hornet style helmet. May 25, 2015
James P: I purchased this for my 2013 Ducati Multistrada GranTurismo.
The wind noise is very high even with the screen raised to the highest position.
I will taking a 10,000 mile trip in June and hope this will help some.
May 4, 2015
calvin b: To help wind issues on freeway rides. May 4, 2015
RUBEN F: It works perfectly fine , improve high speed stability and significantly reduces the drain on long trips. is important to find the exact position to work well . Apr 28, 2015
Scott N: I based my purchase on the reviews of others trying to solve the same problem as I am on my vstrom 650 Apr 25, 2015
Shaun M: Reduce wind on my helmet. It is German Made and can be easily removed Apr 22, 2015
T W: My 1190 screen just didn't cut it. Too much buffeting. This one gives me a lot of options - airflow can go over my head for rain/extended highway or just below the helmet on side roads and off road for cooling, stability, and up-close visibility. Apr 21, 2015
Predrag V: good product Apr 8, 2015
Damon C: very good reviews of the product from real riders. Feb 26, 2015
Joseph Z: Read lots of good reviews on this screen solving buffeting and noise problems on late model, 2012+ DL650s.

I would like to keep my original screen + this add on instead of installing a barn door for a windshield.
Nov 30, 2014
LEE C: After installing an oversized windscreen on my BMW C600 Sport and having it as tall as possible in the most "laid back" position while still being able to "see over it", I am still getting unacceptable helmet turbulence at higher speeds. I used the GIVI Aero-flow on my Yamaha TMAX 500 and it worked well enough but I think (and hope) the X-Creen will be even better. Nov 29, 2014
phil m: works great for my friend on 2 different bikes so should work for me Oct 8, 2014
Michael P: Excellent reviews and the MRA website has a very thorough, "how too" video demo. I selected the bolt on because of a cleaner look and I suspect the wind pressure will be better distributed versus the clamp on. I just hope it's tall enough to force the airflow over my helmet.

After installation I found the wind pressure and turbulence too violent for my after market windscreen. Causing excessive flexing and bending. It's been removed and tossed in a cabinet.
Sep 17, 2014
Craig B asked: I have a Honda CTX1300 with the OEM Tall Shield - would this fit and would it be an effective item to cut wind shear - or is it totally impractical for a talk shield? May 25, 2015
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Kevin M: Mine is mounted to 22" Cee Bailey on a Triumph 1050. When adjusted all the way up I'm looking through the spoiler which does help the buffeting. But the added pressure on the the windshield makes it shake in rough air so it takes a little getting use to. For a long ride its worth the money and the quality is very good. May 26, 2015
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Kurt R: I have used it on my V Strom 650. It is a noticeable improvement, but I would not say a huge improvement. GKR May 25, 2015
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Ted R: I can not speak directly to the tall shield on your CTX, but I can tell you that after trying the XCreen on my Raider with a 17.5" rifle windshield, it works. I tried several different positions before I settled on one that force air into my face from just under the XCreen. I've got no fairing, the windshield and XCreen do a great job of keeping air flow going over my head. I've got mine screwed through my windshield. May 25, 2015
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jay k: Mine is installed on the California scientific large it'll just make it taller which will help block the wind more May 25, 2015
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Craig B: tall^ May 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: will this fit a 2013 ducati multistrada gran tourismo with stock windscreen? Nov 5, 2015
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James P: Yes it fits perfectly.
This will make such a great difference to the wind noise that you hear and feel.
I installed mine for a 7000 mile ride from NY to California and back in May/June this year.
It is the perfect width for the stock GT windscreen.
Installation instructions are clear and easy to read.
Follow the template exactly and it will go on with no issues.
Nov 6, 2015
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chris d: This will stop buffeting on almost any bikes windshield. Raises the wind level about 4 inches. Use a brand new drill bit and installation will be easy. Nov 8, 2015
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George C: I don't know. I've got a 2011 BMW R1200GSA and it fits that windscreen fine. I will say that I think it is the best aftermarket spoiler out there... Nov 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will the MRA X creen Tour fit onto a 2015 Can AM Spyder F3 with the Blue Ridge Windshield? May 6, 2015
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phil m: i'm not familiar with that windscreen but the x-screen is flexible enough to straighten or curve more than its original shape. The mid point of its arc is 2 in. high for a 14 in. span. you can gain or lose an inch in arc height easily. The clamps that go on your spyder windshield will open up to 1/4 inch. Ive got it on an aftermarket tour screen and flexed it on with no problem and still no problem 10k miles later. A lot of adjustment to play with but you have to stop to do that adjusting. May 7, 2015
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Dianne D: Yes it will. There is a thread on spyderlovers F3 forum that shows pictures of it search for "X-creen-Tour-saved-my-Blue-Ridge" Jul 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: I own a cbr1100 xx blackbird. Can I fit the MRA x screen tour variable to my bike? If not what other options do I have?

kind regards
Mar 31, 2015
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Michael M: I can offer the following information on the tour X-screen, hope it's helpful. The spoiler at it's widest is approx 14 3/4" wide tapering to around 12 1/2" near the top. The mounting brackets (on my windscreen's radius) measure 10" center to center and 10 3/4" outside width.
Mine is mounted on a Honda F6B with a Cee Bailey windscreen, works well for me.
As far as other options, other than my own bike, I have no knowledge.
Apr 1, 2015
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A S: Thank you for the detail. When you say "on my windscreen's radius"...are you measuring along the circumference of your windshield or in a straight line from one mount to the other? I have a Honda CB500X OEM Touring screen that measures 11" wide along the circumference and 10" wide from side to side in a straight line. Need detailed measurements before making purchase as I think it will be close. May 18, 2015
phil m: if your windscreen is at least 10 inches wide at the top it should fit. I'm not familiar with other options like this. Sometimes less windscreen works better than more. May 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the max height of the screen at its highest setting? Aug 25, 2014
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A S: Not sure what you asked. The spoiler is about 6" tall, so you can install it to raise up from 0"-6" above your stock screen. You can make it go higher, but then you will have a gap between the stock screen and the spoiler. Aug 25, 2014
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Gene C: Depends where you bolt it on the windshield
See specs for Touring or Sport for Height of the shield
Aug 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the x-creen tour fit the small windscreen on a 2010 F800GS? Oct 27, 2015
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James L: A well made German piece. It works on my stock Dl650 Suzuki. Although, I prefer a bit of wind, which it allows,it breaks the wind just fine as two back to back nine and a half hour days in the saddle proved
Adjustability is very good, in the down position it does not raise above the top of stock screen.
If you buy, read directions and find the video because while not too difficult,
Certain parts can only be put together ONCE!!!

If you want to get full coverage I think you might prefer a larger overall accessory unit. depends on your stockers size.

A bit pricey but that's what expect with high quality.
Good luck, Jim
Oct 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will either the MRA Sport Variable Windscreen or the Tour Variable screen attach to the MRA Racing Screen (MRA.07.026.R.1 ) that I already have for my 2015 BMW S1000R ? Thanks Jun 1, 2015
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Dale K: If you are talking about the MRA Racing Dbl Bubble Screen which is shaped like an elongated 1/2 of a clam shell....then yes the tour model would likely fit fine. The screen on my Bandit is 15" wide at the widest point and the MRA Racing Dbl Bubble (for naked bikes) is only a 1/2" narrower. After installing(bolt on) the Tour model, I'm glad I didn't opt for the Sport version. Wouldn't have wanted it any narrower. Following the contour of my screen while measuring....the mounts were 10" center to center, and they swivel to match the contour of your screen. It would appear like they would hit right at the outer bubble portion of your screen if I am correct on which screen you have. I mounted mine and just set it a level I could easily see over, and it moved the wind blast from directly in my face, to hitting me right at my hair line with no buffeting. Love it so far! Jun 1, 2015
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