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National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Suzuki VStrom DL650
National Cycle revolutionizes windscreen performance with the VStream® Windscreen! The patented "V" shape and advanced dimensional contours push the wind vortex away from the rider's head, resulting in a peaceful, quiet riding environment. The passenger's comfort is improved as well.
Thick, sturdy FMR hardcoated Lexan® polycarbonate
Height: 22.30 in. (56.6cm)
Width: 17.70 in. (45.0cm)
Uses existing mounting hardware for a direct replacement
National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Suzuki VStrom 650 2012-2014
Well made, sturdy windshield.
I'm 6'3 and I still get a bit of wind on the very top of my helmet but the side buffering has been eliminiated.
Quieter than the OEM shield that came with the bike.
June 15, 2015
Better than the oem
I like how my vstrom looks with this windshield also the wind do not butter me any more
February 9, 2015
I got this screen in sport touring light tint 00215 model for 2013 weestrom! I love it. I'm a moderately tall woman 5'9" & had some helmet buffeting at highway speeds w OEM screen in highest position.
This screen gives me the extra 2" I needed to ride in good position on wee. Plus side channeling works as described decreasing buffeting of upper body.
Well made. Easy install w quality metal & rubber mounts. Still enough airflow to ventilate helmet. Easier to clean than OEM. Love tint. Looks great on bike. Doesn't look like aftermarket as shape styled to bike.
Note: stock mirrors slightly hit edge of screen when fully turned to park. But no issue riding & no damage.
Highly recommend !
November 4, 2014
Works for me
I replace the $350 Suzuki windscreen with this windscreen
1.Mounting was 3 times faster than the Suzuki.
I really like the quality of the mount equipment.
2. Was able to get top of screen eye level.
3. The tint actual helps sometimes at night.
If the lights from cars are hurting your eyes at a stop light
just duck your head a little and look throw the glass.
4. Bike just felt better.
1. The vstream thing is mostly hyp
It gives good air to body, thank goodness I live in Houston.
There was a very slight improvement in head buffeting,
but the screen is also higher.
Conclusion. If you want a good quality windscreen get this one.
September 4, 2014
Would be great for someone an inch shorter!
At somewhere between 5'11 and 6' with a 32' inseam I'm finding I'm still getting a fair bit of wind buffeting around 60mph.
I'd say its an improvement over stock (where I have to lie on the fuel tank to get a quiet pocket of air), with this I just have to crouch slightly (it feels I'm around 1 inch lower) and everything becomes quiet.
I didn't want to go with the tall touring shield as I'd have to look through the screen. I am using an aftermarket Sargent seat which differs in height slightly from stock (I don't remember whether its higher or lower).
July 14, 2014
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